The Hindu Chaplaincy works in partnership with the Hindu Students Association (HSA) to provide opportunities for nourishing the mind, body, spirit and soul.
Across the spectrum of philosophical, spiritual and religious understandings of what it means to be Hindu, we offer worship services, collaborative spiritual engagement, celebration of religious rituals and holidays, education, fellowship, and spiritual care for Hindu students, faculty, and staff at Tufts. Retreats, study groups, service opportunities, and interfaith activities support the community in integrating their faith practices into their academic and personal lives on and off campus. In addition, the Hindu Chaplain is committed to educating the campus at large about Hinduism and connecting the Hindu community to the rest of the campus through dialogue, social activities, and community service with different religious, ethnic, and cultural groups both on campus and off. The Hindu chaplain supports the exploration of classical and contemporary themes at the intersections of where our participants live, work, imagine, and relax. Follow this link for the Hindu Chaplaincy website this link for the Hindu Students Association (HSA) website