Created on Tuesday, 01 January 2013 19:34
Welcome to the website of the
National Council of Hindu Temples UK (NCHTUK).
***** NCHT UK AGM 2013 ******
9th June 2013
for more details click here
The National Council of Hindu Temples UK (NCHTUK) was established in 1978. It is the oldest and one of the largest Hindu umbrella bodies linking over 200 Hindu Temples and Faith Organisations and works with them for the benefit of the Hindu community across the UK. To find out more about us click here.
Our main focus is to support the Temples of the UK, their Management Teams and their Employees in their work of helping Sanatan Dharma to flourish so that all the people of the UK have access to the oldest, and many have called it the wisest and deepest, religious and spiritual heritage that humans have ever percieved. Especially dear to our hearts is the sharing of our ancient Vidya with youngsters and helping the Temples to inspire their congregations to actively explore their Religion and Heritage.
NCHT UK also advises and consults on matters relating to interfaith dialogue, community consultations and capacity building in Temples, and advises and challenges legislation and policies that may affect the Hindu Community in the UK.
Every Hindu should know the following about their religion and Traditions:
Jeffrey Armstrong (Kavindra Rishi) on the WHY Generation, (World Hindu Youth)
Lets Talk Caste - The NCHT UK has issued a Statement on this subject but for more background the videos below will get you thinking on this current subject for debate, especially Dr Subramanium Swamy's interview below.
Rajiv Malhotra Invading the Sacred: An Analysis of Hinduism Studies in America, Book Launch, Best of Mumbai & Delhi July 1st & 2nd, 2007
Rajiv Malhotra Invading the Sacred Book Launch Best of Mumbai & Delhi July 1st & 2nd, 2007
Please note that the views of the National Council of Hindu Temples UK (NCHTUK) are not represented by any other Hindu Umbrella Organisation in the UK. Also please note that views expressed on this site may be of the contributors and not of the NCHTUK.