|Souvenir...All Africa...Hindu Conference - 7-9 August 1998 Nairobi, Kenya||
Souvenir...All Africa...Hindu Conference - 7-9 August 1998 Nairobi, Kenya
|A CATECHISM OF THE ELEMENTARY TEACHINGS OF HINDUISM|
|Newspaper cuttings related to Hindu dowry||
Waging wart on the dowry burning of Hindu brides.
SA Indians free of Evil customs
An Abhorrent custom
|Paramhansa Yogananda Ashram||
Paramhansa Yogananda Ashram
|The History of the South African Hindu Maha Saba||
FOR information about the early history of the South African Hindu Maha Sabha we have to rely on uncertain records and memories of many old people connected with this institution when it was established. The early Indian settlers in South Africa were mostly Hindus.
|Arya Pratinidhi Sabha||
WHENEVER there is decay of righteousness and the path of truth forgotten, there is born a great soul to bring deliverance to mankind. One such great soul was Rishi Dayanand who was born in India in 1824.
|The Hindu heritage in South Africa||
The end of the first hundred years of !he history of the Hindus in South Africa marks the beginnings of a greater awareness among them of the glorious cultural and religious heritage which belongs to them.
|THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF THE HINDU RELIGIOUS TRADITION AMONG A SELECTED GROUP OF TAMIL SPEAKING HINDUS IN DURBAN AND TONGAAT, WITH PARTICULAR INTEREST FOCUSSED ON BETROTHAL AND MARRIAGE||
I am a Tamil speaking Hindu and I would like to find out more about my religion, in particular, the impact of Western Culture on the religion of the Indians in South Africa. I will focus my observations on a small number of families living in the city of Durban.
|Hindu Religion and the Family||
Despite the intrusions by way of education, the secularization process and socio-economic advances, traditional Hinduism over the last century and a quarter in South Africa has retained its subjective conservatism.
|An ‘Imagined Community’ in Diaspora: Gujaratis in South Africa||
Increasing attention is being paid to the heterogeneous identity of Indian South Africans. This article contributes to this literature by highlighting the distinct migratory history of Gujarati South Africans and the importance these histories have in perceptions of community identity.