Cows, Curry, Caste: Seeking a Hindu Identity

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30th Floor of Guy’s Hospital

Great Maze Pond

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Often seen as the religion that has no God, or the religion that’s not a religion, can we find clarity on what defines us as Hindu? Drawing on findings from their joint paper, Dr Sachin Nandha and Acharya Vidyabhaskar, joined by Hindol Sengupta, explore the struggle of forming our individual and collective identity as Hindus in a modern world; at a time of buzz words and identity politics, where so often, we have identity thrust upon us. It is becoming increasingly apparent that our self-perception plays a key role in our flourishing, by grasping and creating our own narrative can we begin to shape the world around us?

Join NHSF (UK) Queen Mary, Kings College London, Imperial College, London School of Economics & Vichaar Manthan for our first collaboration on campus

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Vichaar (vi’chār) ideas, thoughts;
Manthan (mān’thān) churning.

VM is an independent voluntary organisation which engages in open dialogue with members of society and institutions. VM explores issues facing modern British society through a Hindu civilisational lens.

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Tower Lecture Theatre

30th Floor of Guy’s Hospital

Great Maze Pond

London

SE1 9RT

United Kingdom

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