HFB Members

Proud to be British and Proud to be Hindu

HFB is the largest umbrella body for British Hindus in the UK with nearly 300 organisations formally affiliated to it, thus representing the largest section of the Hindu community in this country. We are also the fastest growing Hindu umbrella body and expect our membership to exceed 300 by this year.

Membership to the Hindu Forum is open to all Hindu organisations in the United Kingdom. Application forms for membership can be obtained from the Chair of the Membership Committee at the address provided. All applications are subject to approval by the Trustees. (APPLICATION CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM WEBSITE).

Members can nominate one representative to the General Council and will be able to attend Annual General Meetings.

An umbrella organisation such as the Hindu Forum of Britain can deliver key aspirations of the Hindu Community and help build cohesive communities that co-exist harmoniously.

The key principle for representative bodies is broad based participation by community organisations and widespread consultation on key issues.

In this regard, the Hindu Forum has wide support from the regional Hindu councils in the North, West Midlands, East Midlands, Brent, Harrow and large temples and community organisations in most regions of Britain. The Hindu Forum has also established a fully consultative system that has become the driving force for affecting change and delivering projects.

Every Hindu Organisation in the United Kingdom is urged to join this wonderful challenge in an attempt to deliver to the Hindu community, what it rightfully deserves. Let us collectively work for the progress of British Hindus.

Please click here to view list of current members.


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.

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

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

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.

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.

HFB currently represents nearly 300 formally affiliated Hindu organizations in the UK. It is the largest umbrella body for British Hindus and anticipates further growth in membership.

You can get in touch with our team and we will forward you the application form over the mail.

If you prefer to receive a form by post, you can contact the HFB through email at [email protected] or by mail at Unit 3, 861 Coronation Road, Park Royal, London NW10 6PT.

All Hindu organizations in the UK are eligible to apply for membership. However, it’s important to note that all applications are subject to approval by the Trustees.