Dear friends of Hindu Forum Britain,
Many of you will already be members of Amazon. We are now one of their official recognised charities. This is great news. What it means is that when you nominate the Hindu Forum Britain as your preferred charity, the Hindu Forum Britain will get a small donation directly from Amazon on the value of ALL your purchases. This happens automatically once you have nominated the Hindu Forum Britain as your preferred charity. May I please request you, and your family and friends who are members of Amazon, to nominate Hindu Forum Britain as your preferred charity. Below is a unique link that makes this easier:
Please press on the link and select Hindu Forum Britain.
Also please note, Amazon have created their sister site which all users need to use (exactly same as the main site – but this help with their internal management). You will all need to make this your default Amazon landing page. It’s a small change to the way you connect with Amazon, but if we all do it, then Hindu Forum Britain will secure funds that we can utilise for the many activities we do on behalf of the Hindu Community.
Thank you to everyone for your support.
Smt Truptiben Patel
Diwali at the House of Commons 2019
The Hindu Forum of Britain [HFB] celebrated its 19th Diwali event at the House of Commons on 23rd October 2016 transforming the Terrace Pavilion into a vibrant and colourful space, full of light and laughter, a wonderful manifestation of the spirit of Diwali. Over 190 people attended the function and representatives from all sections of the society were present. Every year the HFB brings Diwali to the heart of the UK democratic system bringing together on one platform Ministers, Peers and MPs from all parties and dignitaries and leaders from many different sections of society, including interfaith and business leaders, Hindu community leaders and representatives of many temples in the UK. This year’s Parliamentary hosts were Bob Blackman MP and Lord Dholakia OBE and the master of ceremony was Barrister Jayesh Jotangia from the APPG Hindu group.