Oye! News from South Asians Abroad
“Looking for God”—the seven-week long discussion about religion and God lead by experts of various religions/denominations will be launched on May six in Minden, South of Nevada's Capitol.
Organized by Linda Finch and religious statesman Rajan Zed, it would provide a
Idaho State Senate would not pursue sanctioning the senators Sheryl L. "Sherry" Nuxoll, Steve Vick and Lori Den Hartog; according to a report quoting President Pro Tempore Brent Hill published in “Scroll”, BYU-Idaho’s student media, on
In Scotland, “Hindus had the highest qualifications and were most likely to be full-time students”, according to a Scottish Government report published on March 26.
“Analysis of Equality Results from the 2011 Census” report further states: “Hindus were most
In a remarkable interfaith gesture, an exhibition supported by Malaysia’s Ministry of Tourism & Culture and displaying Hindu temples and gods is touring various cities of Malaysia.
Titled "Grandeur of Chola Temples of India" (Higher than earth, Bigger than the sky), it is
McFarland City Council in California (USA), incorporated in 1957 and made famous by Kevin Costner lead movie “McFarland, USA” currently in theaters, will have its first historic Hindu opening prayer on April 23, containing verses from world’s oldest existing scripture.
Hindus are heartbroken as moratorium on erecting new monuments on Oklahoma (USA) Capitol grounds declared by Oklahoma State Capitol Preservation Commission (OSCPC) on December 19, 2013, continues.
Universal Society of Hinduism had planned to apply to OSCPC for permission to place a statue of
Maine Hindu Temple in Westbrook, a suburb of Portland (Maine, USA), is organizing the wedding of Lord Rama, 7th avatar (incarnation) of Lord Vishnu and great hero of epic Ramayana, with Sita, on March 29.
The invitation to the “entire community” for this "Sri Sita Rama