An Appeal for Vivekananda Scholarship
"…Where should you go to seek for God? Are not all the poor, the miserable, the weak, Gods? Why not worship them first?" "…Serve as worship of the Lord Himself in the poor, the miserable, and the weak. … In this world always take the position of the given. Give everything and look for no return. Give love, give help, give service, and give any little thing you can, but keep out barter."
Swami Vivekananda dedicated his life to provide for the under privileged members of human kind in the universe. Whether, ailing or downtrodden humanity, Swamiji gave away his own life to show the right path of a universe of love. The time for the humanity to join forces and embrace this universal message is now. Your donations will help the continued activities at home and abroad to give funds to our great causes.
Many less fortunate people the world over located in pockets of the developing countries have discovered the benefit of "Vivekananda Scholarship", however to ensure and guarantee a brighter future for one and all we have developed our program to give to a greater number of the community in these areas. Every year we would like to give this Scholarship on 12 January (Birthday of Swami Vivekananda). Vivekananda Human Centre UK would like to appeal to one and all to contribute positively towards this noble endeavour.
Please click here to download the appeal form.
Nepal Earthquake Relief An Appeal
Hope you are aware of 25th April’s disaster of Nepal. In the wake of the recent devastation, death and suffering caused by the Earthquake in Nepal, Ramakrishna Ashram Nepal has started relief operations amongst the thousands of earthquake victims.Please click here to read more...
19th November 2017, Sunday at 4.00 pm
Diwali Celebration & Birthday Celebration of Holy Mother
Diwali celebrates the victory of good over evil–and the glory of light over darkness.
Vedanta & Hinduism
Vedanta is the philosophy that has evolved from
the teachings of the Vedas,
"We believe not only in universal toleration, but we accept all religions as true."