HSS Activity


Diwali - The festival of lights. When we ignite our inner light, the darkness automatically gets dispelled. People all over Bharat celebrate this wonderful festival with much fanfare and excitement. Just because we are not in Bharat does not mean that we are not having the same excitement about our festivals. Reston and Sudarshan Shakha teams came together with great gusto, to celebrate Diwali for the Indian families in Reston, Sterling and Ashburn areas.

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"Serving the poor is the true service to the God". During 2008 Diwali 4 shakhas in Midwest Sambhag - Abhimanyu shakha at Shaumburg, Bloomington shakha, Eagen shakha and Shree Ram shakha, Indianapolis took up food drive to bring into reality this age old adage from our Hindu scriptures. Although all the shakhas took up this initiative independently, the common thread that seemed to be running through them was the urge to something for the society in which they live. That was also thought of as a reasonable way to assimilate in the local community.

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On August 2nd, HSS Volunteers from Naperville-Aurora shakha visited and tied the Rakhi to Hon. Mayor of the City of Naperville and his staff. The Mayor of Naperville said in his official comment: "I am pleased to see HSS taking steps in creating an awareness about India's great traditions, Rakhi's event is a very important one and has a great significance especially during the troubled times, I truly believe that such events bring about a change in the society and help create a peaceful society.

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The fourth annual Health for Humanity Yogathon organized by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh USA, Inc. (HSS) commenced on January 16, 2010. Within first five hours on January 16th, 1194 participants performed 39,173 Surya Namaskars at 55 different places all across the United States.

The fourth annual Health for Humanity Yogathon organized by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh USA, Inc. (HSS) commenced on January 16, 2010. Within first five hours on January 16th, 1194 participants performed 39,173 Surya Namaskars at 55 different places all across the United States. 

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Ghosh VargAt the vast, quiet residence of Kiddie Keep Well Campground in Edison, NJ, one who was passing by could not fail to notice the vibrant, harmonious sound of ghosh that filled the air, as the third annual Ghosh Varg was held from Saturday, April 17, 2010 to Sunday April 18, 2010.

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Vijyadashmi Celebration by HSS USA145+ Shakas of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh, USA  celebrated Vijaya Dashami Utsav during the weekends of October 16-17 and October 23-24, 2010. Hundreds of swayamsevaks, sevikas and guests participated in these events and also celebrated the day as foundation day of Sangh. 
Following are just representative highlights from some of the regions: 

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On November 7, 2010, HSS volunteers conducted first ever sangh event in Michigan Tech, by celebrating Indian festival of Diwali. The event was titled “Diwali Prabhat”. Nearly 70 students and faculty members attend the program. The program began at 8.00pm with “Laxmi Pooja” and iteration of “Sri-Sookta”, followed by “Sarawati- Vandana”.  Among other things, HSS's volunteers also conducted classical musical program and poem reading session.

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