“Vivekananda inspired the entire world to think differently.”
Swami Paramatmananda Saraswati
General Secretary, Hindu Dharma Acharya Sabha
United Nations (UNESCO)
The vision of USHA is to be the effective voice of all Hindus in the United States and worldwide to protect and promote the interests and rights of all those who believe in Dharma.
– Ryan Crocker, former US ambassador to Pakistan
Mike Pompeo, US Secretary of State
It has been a “Sorry Day” every day (or should I say a “Sari Day”) for a well-known media organization in...read More
Representation from more than 15 countries. Talks by prominent rights champions, policy makers and activists. First human rights conference representing a total global population of 3.5 billion people Keynote address by Rajiv Malhotra, Infinity Foundation Chief Guest Dr....
At the beginning of 2001 few Hindu activists began discussing the future of Hindu Americans and how Hindus can learn from the success of various minorities in America. The terrorist attacks on America transformed the traditional attitudes of most Americans, including Hindus. There had been a lot of information in the media regarding Islam, Arabs, Muslims and terrorism in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks which killed almost 3,000 innocent people.