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HSS strives to facilitate Dharma practice in all aspects of life. By helping organize Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations, we intend to engage, learn, cherish and preserve for future generations the ever present Dharma. Kids also see increases in creativity and engagement twith the whole family. These day there are only very few places where one can see grand parents, parents and kids together for a celebration.

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Aligned with the Hindu philosophy of “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” which translates to the whole world is one society, the shakhas of the Great Lakes Vibhag engaged with the larger community and presented Surya Namaskar workshops throughout the region during the month of January 2020. Sun Salutation workshops have become an annual feature throughout the USA for the past 10+ years with growing acceptance at public schools, community organizations and public offices .

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Sangh Shiksha Varg is an elite institution where transformation of ordinary SwayamSevaks into extraordinary torchbearers, of Sanatana Dharma, begins.  

Great Lakes HSS division chose not only to plan and execute this Varg for their Swayamsevak(s) and sevika(s), but was entrusted with doing so for Bhuttanese youth. This was the first national Bhutanese Youth Camp. This is a matter of great pride and honor for our division. 

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Namaste! As part of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh’s (HSS) continued civic engagement efforts, our volunteers held virtual meetings with Foster City’s police chief Tracy Avelar (8/1) and Vice Mayor Sanjay Gehani (8/2). The focal points were Universal oneness day revered as “Raksha Bandhan”, Yoga activities, Sewa Diwali and various other community initiatives by HSS.

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Yoga is an invaluable gift from India’s ancient tradition. Yoga embodies unity of mind and body, thoughts and actions. Yoga is not just about exercise but it’s a way to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and the nature.”- Excerpt from P.M Shri Narendra’s Modi’s speech at 69th session of UN’s general assembly. Recognizing Yoga’s universal appeal, on 11 December 2014, the United Nations proclaimed 21 June as the International Day of Yoga by resolution 69/131.

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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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