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JUNE 21, 2015 -- To mark the first-ever International Day of Yoga, more than 100 centers of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh, USA (HSS) organized yoga festivals in 30 cities, including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, San Jose, San Francisco Bay Area, Irvine, Milwaukee, Houston, Bloomington, Morrisville, Tampa, Orlando, and Phoenix. The events attracted thousands of participants around the country. Activities included guided yoga poses, meditation techniques, and scientific presentations on the benefits of yoga, live music, and demonstrations by expert yoga practitioners.

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Many youth activities take place around the country but not many are actually inspired and organized by the youth themselves.

One such team of took it upon themselves to bring together the Yuva around the New York tri-state area for the third installment of Hindu Youth Conference HYC in progressand challenge them both mentally and physically with the theme of "Hindu Awakening". So how did they go about organizing such an event for youths between the ages of 13 to 25?

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In keeping with the Hindu values of unity and dharma, over fifty youth from across nine Midwestern states and representing fourteen different universities and three high schools came together at the Hindu Youth Retreat this past weekend (October 16-17, 2004).

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                         Chal Chal Purato Nidhehi Charanam |  

                         Sadaiva Purato Nidhehi Charanam || 

"Always keep moving ahead, endlessly and tirelessly, towards the goal"

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Akhil Bharatiya Pracharak Pramukh of RSS Ma. H.V.Sheshadri ji passed away on August 14, 2005 at 6.57 IST at Keshav Kripa Sangh karyalay Bangalore .

HSS is saddened to hear about the death of Shri H.V. Sheshadri. Shri Sheshadri was a reputed thinker, writer and dedicated social worker. With passing away of Sheshadri, Dr. Ved Nanda, Sanghachalak (Guide and Advisor) of HSS expressed that we lost a beacon that guided us from within and from distance home India.

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DENVER - Douglas G. Scrivner, general counsel and secretary for Accenture, and his wife, Mary, have made a $1 million challenge gift to establish the Ved Nanda Center for International and Comparative Law at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Scrivner earned his juris doctorate degree from the University of Denver in 1977, chairs the law school’s Visiting Committee and co-chaired the Second Century Campaign, which raised money for construction of the law school’s new building, which opened in August 2003.

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"..Of special note and mounting popularity in this regard is the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh's endeavour, Balagokulam. This programme, catering to kids beginning with 5-year-olds has an array of immensely significant cultural initiatives including recitation of shlokas, bhajans, reviving stories of lore, revisiting traditional Indian games, participative field trips, engaging folk drama, and sewa activities...." 

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