White House Sways to Bhangra to Celebrate Asian Heritage
After celebrating Diwali last year by lighting a ceremonial diya, US President Barack Obama celebrated Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with bhangra beats that he said had probably not been heard in the White House before.
Here Comes the Sun: White House to Go Solar
Solar power is coming to President Barack Obama's house. The most famous residence in America plans to install solar panels atop the White House's living quarters.
ISKCON Devotees Take Part in White House Event, Launch Initiative
The Hindu-American community marked a milestone on Friday, July 29, when the White House hosted a historic conference designed to explore the role that Dharmic faith groups could play in civic engagement in the United States.
Bhumi Green Temple Initiative Receives White House launch
Hindu American Internship on Capitol Hill, Summer 2012
The program, which is an international initiative to encourage Hindu temples around the world to be greener, stems from the Hindu Nine Year Plan on the Environment.
It's time for American resident undergraduate and graduate students to apply to the Hindu American Foundation's (HAF) Congressional Internship Program for Summer 2012.
Buddhists, Hindus, Jains and Sikhs Combine for First-Ever White House Conference
ISKCON Devotees at White House Diwali Event
On April 20, Hindu American Seva Charities made history, co-hosting with The White House a historic conference, entitled Community Building in the 21st Century with Strengthened Dharmic Faith-Based Institutions for the Dharmic Religious Leaders in Washington, D.C.
On Wednesday November 14th, newly re-elected American President Barack Obama observed the auspicious holiday of Diwali, or festival of lights, in the East Room of the White House. Also, on November 13th, the White House hosted a Divali event where ISKCON representatives were also invited.
Lord Hanuman Figurine Is US President Obama’s Lucky Charm
In Emotional Farewell Speech, Michelle Obama Praises Diversity
A statuette of Lord Hanuman is among few items that US President Barack Obama always carries in his pocket and seeks inspiration.
Religious Groups, Leaders Respond to New US Immigration Policies
“.. Whether you are Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Sikh – these religions are teaching our young people about justice and compassion and honesty.”
“I keep asking, where are God’s borders?” he said. “If Jesus was a Mexican, would Donald Trump deport him?”