Partner Organisations

National Hindu Students' Forum

NHSF (UK) is the largest Hindu Students’ Movement outside of Bharat. As a network between Hindu societies across university campuses, it aims to create a home away from home to support students and promote Hindu representation in all spheres of society whilst providing a platform for the youth to explore and engage with their identity.


Samskrita Bharati

Samskrita Bharati is the pioneer of the modern Spoken Sanskrit movement. By encouraging the use of simple Sanskrit in everyday conversational contexts, they believe that it is possible to bring about self-development, social change, and social harmony through the teaching and learning of our ancient heritage.



Sewa Day

Sewa Day is a UK-based organisation leading an international day of volunteering where thousands of good-hearted people across the world come together to experience the joy of giving (Sewa) in its truest sense. By participating in this collective endeavour, the seeds of Sewa are watered so that acts of kindness and public service are performed more often. Sewa Day is a catalyst in making this happen.




Tattva is a UK-based, non-profit organisation with a mission to nurture aspiring authors and ideas. By exploring the frontiers of Indian culture through contemporary literature and publishing, the vision is to build a world that is truly diverse.




Vaani is a public speaking platform focused on developing speech delivery, with the aim to create a network of confident orators who exude intellect, creativity and a Dharmic perspective. 



Vichaar Manthan

Vichaar Manthan is an independent voluntary organisation which engages in open dialogue with members of society and institutions, looking into topics such as identity, education, capitalism and the welfare system. Vichaar Manthan aims to explore issues facing our modern society through a Hindu civilisational lens, in order to help build a better cohesive, yet plural British society.



Youth for Sewa

Youth for Sewa is an unpaid Summer Internship initiative led by Sewa UK with NHSF (UK) to connect young dynamic individuals from diverse backgrounds with NGOs in rural India, aiming to cultivate and develop the spirit of Sewa in young people and inspire individuals to work for the wellbeing of humanity.