HSS Activity


The Tampa branch of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh organized the first ever day long camps for kids in the age group 5-13 on Friday, June 24, 2005 at Sanatana Dharma Mandir and Saturday, June 25, 2005, at the Vishnu Mandir in Tampa. The objective of the camps was to enable Hindu children in the area to appreciate their cultural roots and learn Hindu values through various physical, intellectual and spiritual activities. Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh successfully conducts Hindu Heritage Camps in Tampa, Fl
Rahul Agarwal / July 6, 2005

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A two day camp was held in Atlanta, GA, from the 24th-26th of July, for sevikas between the ages of ten and thirteen.  The camp was organized in memory of Mausiji’s birth centenary, as well to expose sevikas to Hindu Dharma.  

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The Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh – kishor Swayamsevaks Camp took place July from the evening of July 31st till the evening of August 2nd, the venue being the Hindu Temple of Atlanta. The camp was organized for 10 to 15 year old sevaks in order to teach them about Hindu Dharma and other Hindu concepts, and was attended by 39 swayamsevaks. The sevaks arrived at the temple at around 6:00 p.m. and were situated by 8:00 p.m.

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Yuva Sangam (Youth Camp) organized by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh during the weekend of Oct. 1st & 2nd 2005, at Camp Io-Dis-E-Ca, served the purpose of creating awareness among the Hindu youth in the Mid-west of USA.

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The Houston chapter of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (“HSS”) celebrated the traditional Vijaya Dashami utsav on Sunday, October 9, 2005 at Bear Creek Park. There were more than 150 participants of all ages. This year, the program was organized as a sports meet among the various HSS shakhas, or branches, in the Houston chapter.

The program commenced with a yogasana competition, judged by Rama Rao and Meera Rao of the Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthan USA, or SVYAS, and M.B. Shintri and Daksha Shah.

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On Sunday, the 9th of October 2005, Chicago Vibhag celebrated Vijaya Dashmi at the Abhimanyu Balagokulam in Schaumburg. The utsav served the dual purpose of celebrating Vijaya Dashmi and send off to two vistaaraks from the Midwest.

This is the first time that vistaaraks have come out of the Midwest, though lately some Midwest karyakartas got ‘outsourced’ by virtue of their job transfers. It was indeed a matter of pride for the old timers and source of inspiration for the teenagers to see Darshan Soni and Rishikesh Athalye take time off for sangh work.

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