Welcome To Hindu Yuva
Make Yourself At Home Don't Be Shy
What we stand for
What is YUVA
What We Do
We Can Do Crazy Things
Our aim is to gather the youth power present on-campus, we welcome all students to join us and be the part of big Family.
We meet every saturday 4:30 on tower lawn to develop ourself as team as well as individuals.
Physical and intellectual development
In each of our events and activities we focus on Physical and Intellectual development.
Hindu Yuva SJSU holds many events throughout the semister to help students grow.
Besides the events and Weekly Shakha we do many activities such as Bowling, Potluck, Movie night!
We encourage to have a unity of human kind. We recite the idiology of "Victory to Universal Dharma".
"Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS) is our mother organization. HSS USA is a voluntary, non-profit, social and cultural organization.
Hindu Yuva SJSU, as the organization is popularly known, aims to organize the Indian students on campus in order to preserve, practice and promote Indian culture, ideals and values.
We conduct structured programs of regular athletic and academic activities to develop strong character and leadership skills in its members (known as swayamsevaks for men and sevikas for women), emphasizing values such as self-discipline, self-confidence and a spirit of selfless service (seva) for humanity."
"We encourage maintaining Indian cultural identity in harmony with the larger community."
There are excellent scriptures in our religion. Very inspiring valour-filled history is behind us. But we do not think on it in the right way. When we see a thoughtful and working person, we put him in the line of divine people. We assume him as divine, and tell ourselves that it is impossible for man to inculcate God’s virtues. With such an imaginary idea, we do not try to imitate and acquire the divine virtues.
You have to grow from the inside out. None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but your own soul.
We are what our thoughts have made us; so take care about what you think. Words are secondary. Thoughts live; they travel far.