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🕉️🙏Namastey and welcome to the Hindu society. We typically organise a variety of activities and events throughout the academic year to engage and talk about Hinduism with our members. Find a brief description of some of the activities you can expect to take place at Coventry University Hindu Society under the What We Do section 😊😊
On joining the society there will be a small one-off payment of only £5. The membership will be valid for the entire academic year.
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Educational Workshops: The society may organize workshops and seminars to educate members about Hinduism, its history, philosophy, and cultural significance. These sessions can be informative and thought-provoking.
Cultural Nights: Cultural nights are a chance for members to showcase their talents and creativity through music, dance, drama, and other artistic expressions. These events can help promote a deeper understanding and appreciation of Hindu culture.
Games Nights: Social gatherings featuring games and activities are a great way for members to relax, have fun, and build friendships. Board games, card games, and group activities can be part of these evenings.
Icebreakers and Social Mixers: At the beginning of the academic year, or when new members join, icebreakers and social mixers are organized to help members get to know each other better. These events can include team-building activities and fun games.
Community Service: The society may engage in charitable and community service activities, aligning with the principles of seva (selfless service) in Hinduism. This can include volunteering at local organizations, fundraising for a cause, or participating in community cleanup projects.
Guest Speakers: Inviting guest speakers, scholars, or experts to address the society on topics related to Hinduism, spirituality, or relevant issues can be an enriching experience for members.
Yoga and Meditation Sessions: Promoting physical and mental well-being, the society may offer yoga and meditation sessions. These activities can help members find balance and inner peace.
Best Faith Society (2022-23)
National Netball Competition Winners (2020)
National Football Competition Runners up (2014/2015)
Best Society (2012/2013 & 2013/2014)
Best Event (2012/2013)
Best Faith Society (2012/2013, 2013/2014 & 2016/17)
Most Committed Committee (2013/2014)
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