Vision and Mission

Vision: 

 

HSC's vision is to inspire the propagation of an integrated personality based on the principles of Sanatana Dharma. An integrated personality in this sense is an an individual who carries his or her thoughts in accordance with the tenants of Dharma and integrates them into a western culture. 

HSC derives its vision based on the following Vedic and Puranic Sayings:

a) “Krinavanto Vishwam Aryam” (Make the entire world noble)

b) “Ekam Sat Viprah Bahuda Vadanti” (The One Truth is expressed by the Wise in many ways)

c) “Sarve Bhavantu Sukhina; Sarve Santu Niramaya” (May all be happy.  May all be healthy)

d) “Dharmo Rakshati Raskhitah” (Dharma, when preserved and protected, protects you)

 

 HSC is a non-sectarian international forum for the education and promotion of the Hindu culture and spirit. All persons are welcome to join.

 

Mission:

       

HSC's mission has three major parts:

 

a) Providing opportunities to learn about Sanatana Dharma and Hindu heritage and culture

b) Fostering awareness of issues affecting Hindus

c) Providing Seva (service) to the community

GBMs: 

 

HSC meets every other Thursday night at 8:00 PM in William Pitt Union. During each meeting, different aspects of Hindu Dharma are discussed and upcoming events are planned. Join the mailing list to receive meeting reminders & information regarding upcoming events by emailing: hsc.pitt@gmail.com.

 

Main Events:

 

Fall Garba: To honor Durga Ma in her victory over evil, HSC hosts it's annual Fall Garba every year around the time of Navratri.

 

Diwali Show: Every year, to celebrate the festival of Diwali and showcase the talent that Pitt has, HSC hosts the Diwali Show. Located in Bellefield Auditorium, it is a night to remember!  

Holi Celebration: As a fun way to end the year, HSC hosts the annual Holi Celebration on Cathedral Lawn for a day filled with colors and joy!

 

Contact us at hsc.pitt@gmail.com for more information. 

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