Social movement of British Hindus and British Indians

Awareness | Advocacy | Campaign


A great year of raising awareness, campaigning and advocating for the British Hindu and Indian community

Some of these included;

  • Hinduism in RE survey
  • Plight of Hindus in Bangladesh and Pakistan
  • Nationwide silent vigil at 40 places across the UK
  • Census 2021 Champion
  • Exposing Ex-Lord Nazir Ahmed
  • Tackling Grooming Seminar
  • Challenging distorted maps of India
  • Exposing Hinduphobia at Oxford University

A big thank you to all our supporters and volunteers


British India Diaspora's Contributions

With only 2.5% of the UK population, British Indians are contributing way above that. From education, healthcare, employment, economy, and law and order. We Contribute. We Co-operate. We Co-Exist. We are proud to be British Indians.

On 18th December 2021, Labour MP Preet Kaur Gill posted a Hinduphobic comment after an unidentified man committed sacrilege at the Golden

Nazir Ahmed

Lord Nazir Ahmed retires just as his sordid history catches up with him resulting in the first-ever expulsion of a peer in the history of the House of Lords.


UK Schools spread misinformation about Hinduism, resulting in bullying and racial hate crime, a report suggests.


Terrible story of the Hindus in Bangladesh, which began with the 1947 genocide and reached a pinnacle during the Bangladesh Liberation War, when about three million (3,000,000) Hindus were slaughtered in one of the century's largest genocides, continues to this day.

Justice for Bangladeshi Hindus

Protests were held outside the Bangladesh Embassy in London, Birmingham and Edinburgh to condemn and raise awareness of the plight of Hindus in Bangladesh.


We Inform

Deliver accurate information on the issues that affect British Hindu and British Indian communities

We Encourage

British Hindu and British Indian communities to be positively and politically active and assertive

We Raise Awareness

Attempt to address the issues concerning the British Hindu and British Indian communities

We Unite

Guide, represent and work for the unity of the British Hindu and British Indian communities and tackle issues concerning it

We Collaborate

Facilitate cooperation between various like-minded groups and organisations