The General Assembly meeting of the Forum Hindu de Belgique asbl took place at 10:00 am on July 1 at the Centre of the Brahma Kumaris, Luxemburgstraat 20, 1000 Brussel. -Present:Vedisch Cultureel Centrum Govinda vzwBrahma KumarisNamaskar asblRadhadesh asblCentre de Bhakti Yoga asblIndian Cultural Centre BelgiqueBhaktivedanta CollegeVzw Vrienden van Shiva -Guests:ICC BXLSanatan Dharma BelgiumShiva forum Europe...
Author: HFB (euzebije brzich)
Belgian law currently offers official recognition to Catholicism, Protestantism, Anglicanism, Islam, Judaism, and Eastern-Orthodoxy, as well as several non-religious philosophical organisations.
The Board of Directors of the Hindu Forum of Belgium (HFB) and the Executive Team express their heartfelt condolences to the family members of Mr. Ravinder Singh, the President of the HFB, who passed away peacefully on Friday 20th January 2023 at the age of 55 years.Prayer meet in silence at Brussels Mandir on Sunday...
This year’s General Assembly was hosted by Bhaktivedanta College in the tranquillity of the Ardennes. Their premises are adjacent to the spiritual oasis that is sometimes named ‘India in the Ardennes’: Radhadesh. This year’s General Assembly was hosted by Bhaktivedanta College in the tranquillity of the Ardennes. Their premises are adjacent to the spiritual oasis...
The Hindu Forum of Belgium (HFB), ISKCON Belgium, and Human Rights Congress for Bangladesh Minorities (HRCBM) held two protests and prayer vigils to demand justice and security for Hindus in Bangladesh who have been subject to repeated violent attacks in Bangladesh.
The delegation expressed their concern about the lack of protection for Hindus in Bangladesh and handed over several letters from different organizations to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh requesting the Government to give proper protection to Hindu Temples, Businesses, and Community Centers, impart Justice to the perpetrators of the attacks and help rebuild the Temples destroyed. As well as help the families that lost members in the attacks.
Two protests against the recent spate of violence against innocent Hindus in Bangladesh will be held: (1) Friday, 29 October in front of the Bangladesh Embassy in Brussels and (2) Sunday 31 October at Schumann Square in Brussels.
On the 8th of September, the board members of the Hindu Forum of Belgium were received by his excellency Mr. Santosh Jha, ambassador of India to Belgium. Ravinder Singh, president of HFB, started by thanking the ambassador for his prompt action regarding a picture of Ganesh on the label of a bottle of a beverage containing alcohol.
Brussels, Belgium: Belgium’s iconic building “Chateau de Petite Somme” also known as “Radhadesh” illuminated in Tricolour on the occasion of India’s 75th Independence Day. Chateau de Petite Somme is situated in Belgium’s hills of Ardennes and houses the Krishna temple.