Hindu Society Harare , activity, 2023, calendar

Hindus welcome idea of putting God back into Nebraska schools, if it includes Hindu gods

New Delhi, Feb 06, 2023: Hindus very much like the idea of daily prayer in Nebraska public schools as long as it includes the prayers of diverse religions and denominations practiced in Nebraska schools and the nation and the expression of non-believers. Talking about prayer; distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement today, said that […]

Fils Unique urged to withdraw Lord Ganesha $940 cufflinks and apologize

New Delhi, Feb 05, 2023: Hindus are urging “Fils Unique”, which “handcrafts” cufflinks in New York City, to immediately withdraw Hindu deity Ganesha shaped cufflinks, calling it highly inappropriate. Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada today, said that Lord Ganesha was greatly revered in Hinduism and was meant to be worshipped […]

Cooperstown Brewery, Ommegang, Nirvana Beer, Hindus, Buddhists

Hindus, Buddhists urge New York brewery to withdraw “Nirvana” beer

New Delhi, January 31, 2023: Upset Hindus and Buddhists are urging Cooperstown (New York) based Brewery Ommegang to apologize and withdraw its “Nirvana” (India Pale Ale) beer; calling it highly inappropriate. Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed and renowned Buddhist minister Reverend Matthew T. Fisher, in a joint statement in Nevada today, said that “Nirvana” was […]

Kempinski Hotel apologizes-regrets, renames “Hanuman Bar” in Bangkok

New Delhi, January 27, 2023: Luxury hotel chain Kempinski Hotel has offered “most sincere apologies” and “deepest regrets” and renamed its bar carrying the name of Hindu deity Hanuman in its Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok after Hindus protested calling it “highly inappropriate”. Richard Schestak, General Manager at Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, in an email today […]

Augustana University, Hindus, clergy, interfaith

Diverse clergy urges Augustana University to restore interfaith space

New Delhi, January 17, 2023: Religious leaders belonging to diverse traditions have urged the Augustana University in Sioux Falls (South Dakota) to urgently restore the campus interfaith space to the same status as it stood before December 30, when it was reportedly discovered as moved. Greek-Orthodox clergyman in Nevada Father Stephen R. Karcher, distinguished Hindu […]