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The Vedic Youth

Calling all Vedic Youth!
How was Navratri? Hope you all had fun!
General feedback from last meeting is that you wanted to play more games and 
maybe have stations where you can do quick fun activities with friends on

Friday 2nd November
If you are Year 6 and above (up to uni kids)
and enjoy playing exciting games and making new friends
why not come along to

Vedic Temple Community Hall from 7pm-9:30pm

We have received a very generous donation from Vedic Society

Because it is half term I know you are free and can make it so I want you all to reply as soon as possible to

so we can organize how many people to order pizza for after the games,
don’t want anyone going hungry now do we!

Parents: feel free to leave your kids in our capable hands,
safe and fun environment.
Take the night off!

Ps. Don’t forget to wear some proper trainers and pack some water!
Would be great to see you all there!

Since September 2008, the Vedic Youth has been extremely successful in playing its part to fill the space in the community especially for the younger generation.  So far, we have not only provided a social base for young people, but we have also completed several enjoyable projects. 

Hampshire Constabulary
We are fortunate to be able to host an invaluable talk to be held at the Vedic Society Community Hall on Friday 17 September at 8pm sharp. The talk should be no longer than a couple of hours and they may be two hours of your life well spent. All youth and their parents welcome. In order to make the most of the evening we advice that you all arrive between 7.30pm and 7.45pm so that we can be seated and ready for 8pm start.

The talk is from a Police Constable to raise awareness of the dangers on our streets, how to handle anti-social behaviour and how to be safe. There will be an opportunity at the end to ask questions.

Ramayan - Modern Day.
A musical drama play with a modern twist by the Vedic Youth.
Video clips

V Got Talent
In February 2009, our first project kick-started the year with a total sell-out variety show ‘V Got Talent’.  The numerous acts from children and adults alike alongside the Vedic Youth’s own Bollywood parody really demonstrated the array of talents present in the community.  This show raised over £800 for the Vedic Society.  This was a great achievement accomplished only through months of hard work and preparation. 

Southampton Youth Peace Walk
8th March 2009 the Vedic Youth joined in the Southampton Youth Peace walk visiting the various centres of faiths in Southampton. 

More recently, in July 2009, another sub-committee of the Vedic Youth organised a day trip to Chessington World of Adventures.  This fun day out was a brilliant way to end what has been a busy, yet most enjoyable academic year.  Accompanied by some of the parents who help run the group, this trip focused more so on the social rather than charitable characteristics of the youth group! 

The Vedic Youth would like to thank for all their hard work through each project: parents, sponsors, Vedic Sahelis, and the Vedic Society, for helping us to have such a brilliant year! 

Cookery Workshop

In July 2009 a 3 day Cookery workshop was planned  with the help of the Vedic Sahelis ladies. The Vedic Youth learnt how to cook various delicious dishes.
Please view below the Photostory of the Cookery workshop put together by Vipulaben Popat.



To join contact Priti Dave: email


Page last updated  09 June 2014

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