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Arsha Vidya Gurukulam
 Arsha Vidya Gurukulam is an institute for the traditional study of Advaita Vedanta, Sanskrit, Yoga, Ayurveda, astrology, and other classical Indian disciplines. Established in 1986 by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, the Gurukulam is patterned after the ancient gurukulams of India. The Gurukulam offers Indians and Westerners alike an opportunity to study the profound spiritual knowledge of the Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Brahmasutras, and other classical Vedic texts in English in the USA. Please check the site for more details!
Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, USA

The U.S.Branch of the Bhavan was established in New York on October 2, 1981- the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. It started functioning from Queens where Hinduja Foundation had given a property for its use. With the enormous support of the community, Bhavan, USA ,moved from Queens to a larger area in Manhattan, New York City in September 1993 to enable it to reach out to a larger community, both Indian and non-Indian as also to be a part of main stream community. The 15 year old Bhavan, USA is now located at 305, Seventh Avenue, 17th Floor, ( between 27th & 28th Street), New York, NY 10001.  Check the site for more details!

Hindu Organization of Long Island, NY
 The Hindu Organization of Long Island is a community-based group dedicated to providing awareness of Hindu Dharma throughout the Long Island community. The organization seeks to establish communication among various groups representing Hindus with a view to providing an effective voice for the Hindu-American community. We strive to be a resource for information regarding all aspects of the Hindu lifestyle. All our endeavors will be guided by our traditional respect for people of all backgrounds. Check the site for more details!
Long Island Traditions, NY

Long Island Traditions documents local architecture, from beach bungalows and bay houses to garden apartments and farm buildings. As fishermen and farmers disappear, we fight for the preservation of Long Island's contemporary maritime and farming culture throughout the region.

To recognize and pay tribute to Long Island's diverse ethnic cultures, we support Irish stepdance, African American quilting, gospel and blues music, Jewish klezmer music, Native American stories and crafts, and the traditions of recent immigrants from Central and South America, India and Asia.

Through field interviews and oral histories, we seek to break down the barriers that divide us, so that we can share in the power and excellence of our family traditions.

Rathi Raja's Blog
 Rathi Raja's Blog has notes on her classes and activities. Please join and participate in the conversation!
Spring Festival 2009
 Raji Subramaniam's class presentation on "India Through the Ages"

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