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Cambridge Hindu Forum

Namaste!

Cambridge Hindu Forum (CHF) was formed with the sole aim of establishing a Hindu Temple in Cambridgeshire.

CHF offers an open platform to share religious, cultural, historical and community values and to support any other charitable causes that align with our ethos.

We organise poojas on a monthly basis and special events and poojas to coincide with major Hindu festivals such as Ganesh Chaturthi and Dussehra.

Interested in joining our next pooja?

CHF is actively working to establish a temple in Cambridgeshire. Land has been made available by donors, with the paperwork expected to be completed soon. To celebrate Diwali, a fireworks display was conducted with the support of local community organisations at the site on Friday, November 10th at 7 PM. Click here to watch a video of the event. We are creating a volunteer team to help realise this initiative.

 

Interested to learn more?

CHF's services are targeted at helping the local Hindu community to practise their religion in the traditional and time-honoured manner.

Offering from CHF Monthly Pooja

Worship

Conduct Monthly poojas and festival celebrations round the year. These are held in a range of venues across Cambridgeshire  to enable wider community participation. Click here to learn more about our next pooja.

Picture from CHF Satynarayana Pooja

Festivals and Events

Maha Poojas are conducted every 3 months to coincide with a major Hindu Festival and celebrated with grandeur, including skits, and dance performances depicting teachings from the Vedas and Hindu epics.

See our upcoming events.

Picture highlighting Vedic classes for children run by CHF

Vedic Education

We run regular classes to disseminate Vedic knowledge comprising teachings from Hindu epics and Vedic mathematics to develop an understanding of ancient value based systems.

2024 classes to be announced.

Dharma, CHF's in-house newsletter, is a good way to keep up to date with our events and activities, and read articles on Hindu religion and culture and Vedic mathematics all contributed by our volunteers and devotees. 

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