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The Hindu Student Organization at the University of Southern California is a religious group that explores the many facets of the Hindu faith. The organization does so through open forms on various topics. These include issues as diverse as ayurvedic medicine, spiritual unity, polytheism versus monotheism, and the function of language and symbols in religion. HSO is devoted to studying and learning about various directions of Hinduism and providing an ideal setting for those who practice the faith and for those who simply wish to learn more about this religion.

We hold weekly Aarthi on Mondays (7pm- 8pm) at the Fishbowl Chapel usually followed by a topic of discussion. See the Calendar for a list of upcoming events!

 

Upcoming Events:

Aarthi and Discussion : 7:00pm on Monday (Fall 2010)

HSO Diwali Night: 6:00pm on November 7, 2010

 

 

 

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Calendar

August 23 — Ganesh Chaturthi

September 2 — Onam

September 17 — Vishwakarma Pooja

September 18 — Mahalaya

September 19 — Navaratri begins

September 25—Durga Puja begins (Maha Saptami)

October 10— Navaratri ends

November 5 — Diwali

 

 

 

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