Let the earth, bearing in many places, people of different speech, of diverse customs and practices, according to their homes, yield me a thousand streams of property like a steady unresisting milch cow

Atharva 12.1.45


  • Our rules for attending Arya Samaj Bhavan:

  • Please wear your face mask
  • Wash your hands
  • Use hand sanitiser
  • Avoid physical contact with people
  • If you feel unwell, please stay at home.

  • CELEBRATION OF REPUBLIC DAY OF BHARAT - Sunday 30th January 2022 – , we would like to celebrate Republic Day of Bharat at our Arya Samaj Bhavan 11am – 1pm followed by Rishi Langar (Covid permitting)
  • Consul General of Bharat Dr. S. Vikram will be our chief guest
  • Hopefully we will launch our English language edition book on “Major (80%) Contribution of Arya Samaj in freedom struggle of Bharat" during this celebration

  • Wednesday Sanskrit Learning via Zoom only: 8pm - 9pm - see Arya Voice for zoom details or contact us

  • Thursday Yoga Class at Bhavan or via Zoom: 6pm – 7pm - see Arya Voice for zoom details or contact us

  • Wednesday Day Centre at Bhavan only – 11am – 1pm – please join in our social group at Arya Samaj West Midlands. We will offer tea/coffee and biscuits free of cost. Those members who would like to have lunch, we will try to provide at the cost charged by caterer to us. All ages welcome.

  • SUNDAY CONGREGATION (SATSANG): 11am - 12.00pm - see Arya Voice for zoom details or contact us

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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.