Since 2011, Sadhana has been building a progressive Hindu movement. We practice our sadhana, or faith in action, by advocating for those social justice principles we believe are at the heart of Hinduism.
We have mobilized Hindus in New York City and beyond to stand up for social justice causes including environmental justice, racial and economic justice, gender equity, immigrant rights, and anti-casteism. We bring a Hindu voice to the interfaith justice movement. We have chapters and members around the country and abroad. We engage and mobilize progressive Hindus nationally and internationally using social media.
We empower Hindu American communities to live out the values of their faith through service, community transformation, and targeted advocacy work.
Hindu communities that are fearlessly working towards a more just and peaceful world, driven by the values of social justice at the heart of our faith.
Ekatva: Oneness of all
Our Partners and Donors
Fellowship in Prayer (For the support of our capacity-building efforts)
Citizens Committee for NYC (for their support of Project Prithvi)
The Sister Fund (for their support of our work to facilitate Safe Conversations about sensitive issues in the Hindu community)
Auburn Theological Seminary (For Incubating and providing in-Kind Support and Technical Assistance, and hosting our Sadhana Salons)
First Unitarian Congregational Society of Brooklyn (For hosting our Sadhana Satsanghs, and welcoming us into their community)