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Hindus of Greater Houston was founded in 1989 with a unique concept to bring together the entire community at one place and celebrate the most popular festival, the birth of Lord Krishna. The festival is to showcase the rich traditions and culture and bring out the core tenets of the Hindu faith that reinforces love towards all living beings. Over the years Hindus of Greater Houston collectively organized community volunteer driven events throughout the year. We celebrate our youth who are the future leaders of the community and appreciate their dedication to carry the Hindu values forward and make this world a better place for all. We unite all Hindu organizations and periodically arrange meeting of all Hindu community leaders.

The Fort Bend Interfaith Community would like to invite people from all-faiths to a virtual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service with the theme of “Signs of Hope.” The service can be viewed Monday, November 23, at 7 p.m. on both YouTube and Facebook live. The event will feature readings, songs, poems, dances and prayers from 13 different faith communities including Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, Baha’i, and Hindu.

This year, the Hindus of Greater Houston are not only participating in the choir and performing a dance, but Mark Ram of the Brahma Kumaris Meditation Center will be giving the homily for the service. In addition there will be readings, songs, poems, dances and prayers from 13 different faith communities including Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh and Baha’i.

We hope you will join us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/FortBendInterfaithCommunity or on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2N3EjdK3JmoFfWkdDU8kDQ.

Sign of Hope Interfaith service

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“Bringing Hindus together” is the prime purpose of Hindus of Greater Houston

We conduct two very important meetings where all Hindu organizations meet together

Advisory Board members Meeting at Arya Samaj
July 29th 2017

Houston Hindu Leaders Meeting at Ashtalakshmi Temple
Aug 5, 2017

Bhagawad Gita

Chapter 3 Verse 9

यज्ञार्थात्कर्मणोऽन्यत्र लोकोऽयं कर्मबन्धन: |
तदर्थं कर्म कौन्तेय मुक्तसङ्ग: समाचर || 9||

yajñārthāt karmaṇo ’nyatra loko ’yaṁ karma-bandhanaḥ
tad-arthaṁ karma kaunteya mukta-saṅgaḥ samāchar

Selfless service to others and diligently work without any attachment to fruits of action is the best way to attain liberation.

our vision

To promote Hindu Solidarity

To provide guidance and function as a support as an umbrella organization protecting the needs of all the Hindus in the Greater Houston area and beyond.

To inspire Hindus the splendor of our convictions and traditions.

To propagate understanding and dispel misinformation about our faith.

To coexist with camaraderie, cooperation and compassion with all factions of other faiths.

To build a strong community that continues to thrive amongst unity in diversity.

To persevere cultural and religious activities of our community.

To provide a platform for all Hindu causes

To serve and nurture Hindu Values

To uphold lofty ideals of Sanatana Dharma, its values and its principles.

 

OUR PURPOSE

Hindus in America need a forum to forge distinctly an identity and be tightly woven into national fabric of USA. To keep up with the spiritual needs of Hindu community in Houston we have built many Hindu Temples and Institutions that will provide an atmosphere to recreate a religious setting for our next generation. Only through the united effort undertaken by The Hindus of Greater Houston we can help create better awareness of our faith and expel misconception in the main stream and and accomplish enviable legacy of success along with unity of purpose.The richness of Hinduism was introduced by Swami Vivekananda to USA in 1893, bringing the world attention to both tolerance and universal acceptance.

 

Hindus of Houston diligently will pursue to preserve its pristine purity.

 

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Testimonial Background

Youth can have a huge impact about a change in this world, if only they can realize and manifest their own full potential.
Hindus of Greater Houston are doing an exemplary job to promote a sense of service in Youth. I really appreciate their effort.

-Tulsi Gabbard