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What does Hindu Centre do?

Hindu Centre is a charitable organization that promotes educational, spiritual, moral, cultural, and social interests among its members. They provide medical, legal assistance to deserving individuals and engage in welfare projects. The centre also holds lectures, talks, debates, discussions, symposia or seminars for the study and practice of Hinduism. It accepts donations, gifts, or benefactions in cash or kind for its purposes. Their vision is to become an authoritative voice on Hinduism and a focal organization for all Hindus in Singapore through exemplary management and service to the community.




srinivas bobba, yashodhara dhoraisingam, manogar kannappan, uma natarajan, chitra sankaran, susantharan s/o arikrishnan, govind bommi, santhakumari d/o v seranjeevi, rajesh kumar, yogesh hinduja


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  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 1990
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Promotes educational, spiritual, moral, cultural and social interests among its members and the wider community.
  • Provides medical, legal and other assistance to deserving individuals in need.
  • Engages in welfare projects that benefit the less fortunate or marginalized segments of society.
  • Fosters a deeper understanding and practice of Hinduism through lectures, talks, debates, discussions, symposia or seminars.
  • Publishes materials for promoting Hindu teachings and practices to the public.
  • Encourages community service (Seva) among its members and supporters.
  • Offers a platform for youth volunteers to engage in meaningful activities, fostering a sense of ownership and commitment towards the organization's mission.