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The symbols in the logo are used to signify the main doctrines of hinduisum.


The gesture Namaskar (Symbol at the center of our logo) represents the belief that there is a Divine spark within each of us that is located in the heart chakra. The gesture is an acknowledgment of the soul in one by the soul in another. "Nama" means bow, "as" means I, and "te" means you. Therefore, Namaste literally means "bow me you" or "I bow to you."

Starting from the Om Symbol the description of each symbol going clockwise are:

ॐ Om

Om is one of the most chanted sound symbols in Hinduism. It has a profound effect on the body and mind of the one who chants and also on the surroundings. Most mantras and Vedic prayers start with Om. All auspicious actions begin with Om. It is even used as a greeting - Om, Hari Om etc. it is repeated as a mantra or meditated upon. Its form is worshipped, contemplated upon or used as an auspicious sign.

श्री Shri

Shri is the sacred sound of cosmic auspiciousness and abundance in Hindu religion. Written as Sri or Shree or Sree or Shri, it stands for abundance, auspiciousness, affluence, grace, wealth, light, luster, splendor, beauty, loveliness and authority. The symbol has been used since Vedic times. Holiness is attached to the word when written or spoken. It is also added before a name to show respect.


Kalash symbolizes abundance and prosperity in Hinduism. It is a brass, mud or copper pot filled with water. Mango leaves are placed in the mouth of the pot and a coconut is placed over it. A red or white thread is tied around its neck or sometimes all around it in an intricate diamond-shaped pattern. The pot may be decorated with designs. When the pot is filled with water or rice, it is known as purnakumbha representing the inert body which when filled with the divine life force gains power to do all the wonderful things that makes life what it is.


The word veda means knowledge or wisdom. There are four of them, and they are collectively referred to as Sruti, which means "that which is heard", and Samhita, which simply means "collection." The Vedas are the earliest Hindu texts, and they were composed and performed orally for several centuries (generally believed to be from 1500 BCE to 1200 BCE).


Diya (Light) symbolizes knowledge. The Lord is the "Knowledge Principle" (Chaitanya) who is the source, the enlivener and the illuminator of all knowledge. Hence light is worshiped as the Lord Himself.


Swastika is regarded as a divine sign by Hindus. The word swastika means auspicious in the Sanskrit language and hence is used to symbolize the welcoming of auspiciousness and driving away evils. The symbol also represents the changing of the universe around the unchanging nature of God.

HHS organises Saraswathi puja for one and all on Sunday 14/02/2016. For more information visit Upcoming Events page.

HHS organises Sanskriti Diwas for one and all on Sunday 24/07/2016. For more information visit Upcoming Events page.


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