Make me, O Lord, firm in my resolves. May I live a long life under your graceful gaze

Yajur Veda 36.19

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Happy New Year 2021

Dear Members and Friends
Due to the prevailing condition in the UK related to Corona Virus Pandemic we will keep you updated on events running at our Arya Samaj West Midlands via our communication channels.

  • Wednesday Sanskrit Learning via Zoom: 8pm - 9pm see page 21 of the latest Newsletter for details or contact us (below)

  • Thursday Yoga Class via Zoom: 7pm – 8pm see page 22 of the latest Newsletter for details or contact us (below)

  • SUNDAY CONGREGATION (SATSANG): 11am 12.00pm see page 22 of the latest Newsletter for details or contact us (below)

You can still get in touch by email: or by phone: 0121 359 7727

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A Brief Introduction to Arya Samaj

In order to re-establish the true teachings of The Vedas and Vedic Culture in India, on the 7th of April 1875, Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati laid down the foundation of Arya Samaj in Bombay City, India. The aim of Arya Samaj is to disseminate the true teachings of The Vedas, allowing human beings all over the world to live in peace within themselves, respect their surrounding environment and followers of other religions. Read More

The Arya Samaj focuses greatly on the welfare of all humanity through altruism and charity (the Samaj opened the first non-Christian orphanages in India) and by teaching that all should be treated with love, justice and on their merits. Swami Dayanand, the founder of the Arya Samaj, therefore, was 'heretical' in his total rejection of the caste system or any form of discrimination based on social class.