Hindu Society of Metropolitan Chicago, IL
The history of Hindu Society is traced back to the 1960’s , when some of the immigrants came to United States of America from India. With the memories of their motherland and its rich culture in their hearts, some families started meeting in their homes in the name of Lord Krishna. They formed a Gita Society and met once a month at the home of a host family. They shared the recitation of Bhagvad Gita, bhajans, kirtans and speeches on religious subjects. Lunch/Parsad was served at the end of about two hours religious program. Gita Society was officially incorporated with State of Illinois on Feb. 19, 1968 under “General not for profit Corporation Act”.
Hari Om Mandir offers following services
Mata ki Chowki every 1st Saturday of the Month in Mandir with Mandir Bhajan Mandali.
Qualified Teachers available to teach HINDI every 2nd and 4th Sunday for Children 5 years & above.