Raising Hindu voice at National Level on an ongoing basis for the Community

The Hindu Forum of Britain (HFB)

is the largest umbrella body for British Hindus with more then 300 member organisations from around the country. HFB is the first port of call from the central government and the most reported Hindu organisation in the British media.

Our Mission

To serve as the foremost advocate for the British Hindu community, facilitating dialogue, influencing public policy, and fostering community cohesion. The Hindu Forum of Britain is committed to addressing the needs of its diverse members, promoting cultural richness, and actively engaging in interfaith relations for a harmonious and inclusive Britain.

Our Vision

To be the unifying force that empowers British Hindus, ensuring their voice is heard in matters of public policy, community development, and interfaith collaboration. The Hindu Forum of Britain envisions a society where the values of Hindu culture contribute to mutual respect, understanding, and a shared commitment to building a cohesive and prosperous nation.

Latest Events


Diwali Dazzles at Westminster: Hindu Forum of Britain Celebrates with Distinguished Guests

The HFB family, consisting of over 120 member organizations and supported by corporate partners, came together in a joyous celebration of Diwali at the Palace of Westminster. The event was...
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Hindu Forum of Britain Stands in Solidarity with NHFUK in Time of Tragedy

In a poignant display of solidarity, the Hindu Forum of Britain (HFB) family comes together with NHFUK during this time of profound sorrow. As one united community, we gathered in...
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It was an honour to be a part of the Reception hosted by the First Sea Lord at HMS Diamond

It was indeed a privilege to participate in the Reception hosted by the First Sea Lord at HMS Diamond. The esteemed President of the Hindu Forum of Britain (HFB), Shri...
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The Hindu Forum of Britain is the largest umbrella body for British Hindus, representing over 300 member organizations nationwide. It plays a key role in engaging with the government, media, and other faith communities.

HFB’s activities revolve around public policy and community consultation, capacity building and project development for the Hindu community, and fostering interfaith relations for a cohesive and inclusive Britain.

HFB facilitates consultation on various issues, providing collective views of the Hindu community. They engage with government bodies on topics such as race equality, religious education, and community relations.

Organizations can become members by nominating a representative to the HFB General Council, which meets annually at the Annual General Meeting.

HFB membership is primarily for organizations. However, individuals interested in getting involved with HFB’s initiatives can explore volunteering opportunities within the various committees and departments or attend events organized by HFB.

Individuals interested in HFB’s initiatives can explore volunteering opportunities within the various committees and departments or participate in events organized by HFB.

Member organizations of HFB gain representation in the HFB General Council, providing a platform to contribute to the collective voice of British Hindus. They also have the opportunity to participate in various projects and events organized by HFB. Joining HFB provides your organization with the opportunity to be part of a network with wide support from regional Hindu councils, large temples, and community organizations across various regions of Britain.

Yes, Details about membership fees, if any, can be obtained by contacting the Membership Committee. The committee will provide information on any associated costs and the benefits provided to member organizations.

Members can actively engage with HFB by participating in various committees and projects. They can collaborate with other member organizations to contribute to capacity building, community development, and interfaith relations initiatives led by HFB.

As an umbrella organization, HFB aims to deliver key aspirations of the Hindu community and build cohesive communities that coexist harmoniously. The organization emphasizes broad-based participation and widespread consultation on key issues.

If you wish to receive membership forms by post, you can contact HFB by emailing [email protected] and leaving your name, organization, and address.

By becoming a member, your organization can actively contribute to the progress of British Hindus. HFB encourages every Hindu organization in the UK to join the effort in delivering what the community rightfully deserves.

For more information or inquiries, you can contact HFB via email at [email protected] or by mail at Unit3, 861, Coronation Road, Park Royal, London NW10 6PT.