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BBC image Shaz (left) feels Holi is "a special time" of the year because it lets people from all backgrounds celebrate

UK – Holi 2024

When BBC Asian Network visited the Holi event in Leeds, plenty were getting involved.
The Yorkshire event is described as the biggest of its kind in the UK, featuring a host of performers throughout the day.

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Isn’t time that Lawmakers, Human Rights orgs, USCRIF, Academia, including Harvard Business School's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiative, must take the initiative to lead in ending the miss-association of sacred symbols."

‘Hakenkreuz’ vs. ‘Swastika’

Find out why the Lawmakers, Human Rights orgs, USCRIF,  Academia, including Harvard Business School’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiative, must take the initiative to lead in ending the miss-association of sacred Hindu symbols.

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Hindus:- The Everlasting Impact of Hindus and Hinduism on World Civilisation

Let us explore some of Hinduism’s enduring contributions that continue to enrich humanity.

The contributions of Hindus and Hinduism to the world are manifold and enduring. From its profound philosophical insights to its practical applications in science, medicine, and social welfare, Hinduism continues to inspire and enrich humanity in myriad ways. As the world grapples with complex challenges, the timeless wisdom of Hinduism serves as a guiding light, reminding us of our shared humanity and the interconnectedness of all existence.

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Embracing Diversity: Unity in Plurality

In a world marked by diversity, where cultures and traditions intertwine, the Hindu festival of Holi stands as a beacon of joy, color, and unity. Originating in the Indian subcontinent, Holi transcends geographical boundaries to become a global celebration of harmony and togetherness. As we delve into the significance of Holi in contemporary times, we uncover its timeless relevance and the profound message it carries for humanity.

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British MP slams BBC over Ram Mandir Coverage

BBC’s biased coverage against Hindus

“Last week Ram Mandir was consecrated in Ayodhya-the birthplace of Lord Ram-in Uttar Pradesh in India. That caused great joy to Hindus across the world. Sadly, BBC reported that it was the site of the destruction of a mosque, forgetting that it had been a temple for more than 2,000 years before that, and that the Muslims had been allocated a five-acre site adjacent to the town on which to erect a mosque.” 

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Freedom of Hindu Beliefs by British Sanatan Dharmic Alliance

Freedom of Hindu Beliefs 2022 Events

The British Sanatan Dharmic Alliance organised an event called Freedom of Hindu Beliefs. It was a first of its kind event, bringing together prominent parliamentary figures, community leaders, Hindu rights activists, academics and members of the diverse Hindu community.

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Hindu temple in the UK attacked twice in a month.
Locals Hindus have been anguished after a temple has been repeatedly attacked in the UK. Reports suggest...
White-washing history: British school book claims Hindus justify terrorism
A textbook in the UK has attacked Hinduism and India. The book claims that Hindus turn to terrorism to...
The Guardian has been accused of publishing a racist cartoon that depicts conservative party MP and Home Secretary Priti Patel along with Boris Johnson as bulls, with horns and rings through their noses
Ironically the racist cartoon was published on International Women's Day. Patel is the first ethnic minority...