The Indian Cultural Centre, Embassy of India celebrated Hindi Diwas with a lot of enthusiasm on Friday, 14th September, 2018 at its premises. This was an efforts to propagate and promote interest of the Hindi language in Maldives.

Today 11th September the day Swami Vivekananda did that famous Hindu religious speech. During the World Hindu Congress 2018 session in Chicago, his statue was unvailed to mark this occasion. Same day is declared as Swami Vivekananda Day in the State of Illinois by the Governor

No one would have forgot the two tall world center towers of New York coming down in few hours due to terrorist attacks. People throng at the ground zero area in this week to still remember that disastrous day. Without considering the cold weather and rain throughout the day we could see thousands of people visiting this place.

The 1333 Bikeathon Out of the Shadows is a bike ride against Suicide reached Trincomalee Bus Stand ). Rotarians of Trincomalee with their President Father Laxman pieris received the Cycle Riders. This is organized by CCC Foundation along with Rotary Clubs.

Mr. Yogaraj CP, Yoga instructor and Director of Prana Yogam succeeded in his fourth record making attempt on 28th August. It was done in City University of Hong Kong Studence Residence Hall amidst more than 100 onlookers.

In Male, after the flag hoisting ceremony, to mark the celebration of 72ndIndependence Day of India a Photo Exhibition on Indian Freedom Fighters was organised by the Indian Cultural Centre at its Centre. H.E. Shri Akhilesh Mishra, Ambassador inaugurated the Exhibition.

The Indian Cultural Centre celebrated the 72nd Independence Day of India on evening of 15th August at Ahmedhiyya International School Hall. The ICC students and teachers presented patriotic songs and folk dances of different states of India.

The Indian Independence Day was celebrated at the Embassy of India with the flag hoisting ceremony by Ambassador H.E.Shri Tsewang Namgyal and followed by Ambassador reading out President's Message to the Nation on the eve of Independence Day.

5th Youth Festival was organised by Children Cultural Group in Tung Chung Community Hall with cultural performances by children and adults.

Auckland's harbour became a multimedia stage in a massive light and sound show. The launch, which will at 9:10pm a six-minute show with original music and lighting effects. Auckland Harbour Bridge light up for the first time using 90,000 LED lights and 200 floodlights - all solar powered.

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Hindi Diwas in

The Indian Cultural Centre, Embassy of India celebrated Hindi Diwas with a lot of enthusiasm on Friday, 14th September, 2018 at its premises. This was an efforts to propagate and promote interest of the Hindi language in Maldives. The function began with lighting of ceremonial lamp by the Chief Guest, H.E. Shri Akhilesh Mishra, Ambassador of ...

September 17,2018  IST

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Temple History :The history of Hindu community in Nebraska dates back to the early 1970’s when engineers and their families immigrated from India to the Omaha area. These Hindu immigrants initially conducted the practices of their faith in their own homes. In the mid 1970’s, there was a second wave of immigrants from India to the Lincoln and Omaha area. A majority of these men and women were ...

October 26,2008  IST

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Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple

Sri Senpaga Vinayagar TempleThe Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple at Ceylon Road, which started in the mid-19th century, was re-built and consecrated in 2003. Some interesting features include the Rajagopuram entrance tower which features the Chola style of architecture. The Cholas were the greatest temple builders in the history of India. In the main hall is the temple’s most unique feature: four granite pillars with eight ...

June 09,2008  IST

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Nainativu Sri Nagapooshani Amman Kovil in

HISTORY : This temple is one of the few places of worship in the world that had withstood the vicissitudes of historical events that occurred around its location over some millennia in the past. Further, very probably, this is the most ancient of the places of worship in the whole of Sri Lanka. It was originally established some thousands of years ago by the Nagas (Serpent/Dragon race of people) who were a branch of a pre-historic, probably ...

June 06,2008  IST

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Sri Kandaswamy Kovil in

History :The Ceylon Tamils' main areas of origin are the Northern and Eastern Provinces of Sri Lanka. The chief area of settlement of the Tamils in Sri Lanka is the Jaffna Penisula with Jaffna as its metropolis. The Jaffna Penisula was under Portuguese rule from 1620 and later in 1685 it came under the domination of the Dutch. The British took over control of the Penisula in 1795. It was only from 1850 that the British began to develop Jaffna and ...

June 05,2008  IST

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Arputha Vinayagar Temple in

History : To retain the rich Hindu Tradition and to pass on the traditional values to the younger generation, the Hindu community living in Geneva felt that it was absolutely necessary to build a temple. Thus our present and the only Hindu Temple in Geneva came into existence in 1996 registered as a Hindu Association of Geneva. The temple is currently in a rented flat situated on the third floor . Efforts ...

June 05,2008  IST

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Thiruvalluvar Tamil Valarchik Kazhakam ,

History : Thiruvalluvar Tamil Valarchik Kazhakam had its humble beginnings in the mid 1900 as an informal gathering of the early Tamil migrants from the Karambakkudi Taluk in Tamil Nadu, comprising of some 40 odd small villages. They called themselves, 'Karambakkudi Thiruvalluvar Tamil Valarchik Kazhakam'. They assisted the early Tamil migrants to settle down and establish themselves in Singapore. They rented a premise in 103, Rowell Road and converted the 2 nd storey into a temporary boarding house. A Thirukkural book retrieved from this premise indicates that they had already set up a library prior to 1949. Apart from assisting the early Tamil migrants settle-down; they actively campaigned against alcoholism amongst its members. They ...

June 26,2012  IST

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