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HSS-Atlanta Vibhag conducted a 5-day Hindu Heritage Camp in the ICRC Temple of Smyrna GA (a suburb of Atlanta). This was the first event of HSS in the temple with which there was no previous sampark. The total sankhya of Bal Swayamsevaks in the camp was 37. The average number of shikshaks, prabandaks on each day was 15.

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A Hindu Heritage Camp was held at Hindu Temple of Canton in Michigan on May 7th 2005.

Indian community constitutes significant population of Canton and surrounding suburbs of Detroit. Obviously parents want their kids to be aware of our rich Hindu heritage. This was second attempt this year in this direction after the Balagokulam Teachers Training Camp on March 12th at the same place.

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Hindu heritage camp was organized in memphis on 17th july 05. It was the first of its kind to be held in Memphis. The venue was Johnson state park in Germantown. HSS vistarak Dineshji, Yeshwantji and Akaashji were invited to help in conducting the camp. The total sankhya for bal swayamsevaks was 37. There were more than 12 prabandhaks and parents to oversee the activities.

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The Hindu Heritage Camp was conducted on September 25th of 2005 in Chattanooga Gujarathi Samaj Temple under guidance of Dineshji, Hemanthji, Shekharji and Radhikaji. About 27 children from age group 4 to 14 attended the camp.

The Camp started at 9:00 am with brief introduction of participants and parents.

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One day Hindu Heritage Camp was organized by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS) and Balagokulam volunteers in Apex on April 5, 2014. Thirty seven 5 to 12 year old children participated in the camp from Apex, Cary and Morrisville in North Carolina. There were 24 shishu (5-8 year old) and 13 bala (9-12 years old). The camp was to give a glimpse of Balagokulam program to children and parents of the area.

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On April 17th and 19th, the HSS Satsang Balagokulam, located in Woburn, Massachusetts had a Hindu Heritage Camp, during the school vacation week in MA. There, a team of volunteers conducted activities with kids ages 5 through 12, with about 50 kids both each day. The groups were divided according to age, so the kids could do activities with kids of their own age.

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IRVINE - "Carrying scores of deities – some of the idols standing 7 feet tall – a joyful procession of about 5,000 area Hindus celebrated on Sunday the first Kumbha Mela ever to be held outside India. The scheduling of the great gathering of people in search of inner happiness so close to the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks was intentional." 

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