Hinduism in Slovenia

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Hinduism is a minority religion in Slovenia.

The Hindu Religious Community (Slovene: Hinduistična verska skupnost v Sloveniji) in Slovenia was registered in 2003 on Derčeva street 41 in Ljubljana.[1] Other Hindu organisations are International Society for Krishna Consciousness, Yoga in Daily Life, Sri Chinmoy Centre and Ananda Marga.

International Society for Krishna Consciousness[edit]

International Society for Krishna Consciousness (Slovene: Skupnost za zavest Krišne) more commonly known as the Hare Krishna movement was registered in Slovenia in 1983 [1][dead link] and has a religious centre on Žibertova street 27, 1000 Ljubljana. International Society for Krishna Consciousness in Slovenia has agreement with the state, and has received about 1,500 Euros from Slovenian state.[2]

Yoga in Daily Life[edit]

Yoga in Daily Life (Slovene: Društvo Joga v vsakdanjem življenju) has eleven centres in Slovenia.

  • Centre one - P.O. BOX 2932, 1001 Ljubljana
  • Centre two - Ruska 104, 2000 Maribor
  • Centre three - Škofjeloška 18, 4000 Kranj
  • Centre four - Društvo Joga v vsakdanjem življenju, Prešernov Trg 8, 8000 Novo Mesto
  • Centre five - Društvo Joga v vsakdanjem življenju, Miklošičeva 2b, 1230 Domžale
  • Centre six - Yoga Center Celje, Kasaze 88, 3000 Petrovče
  • Centre seven - Društvo Joga v vsakdanjem življenju, Kidričeva 44, 6000 Koper
  • Centre eight - Društvo Joga v vsakdanjem življenju, Cankarjeva street 30, 5000 Nova Gorica
  • Centre nine - Društvo Joga v vsakdanjem življenju, Demšarjeva 7, 4220 Škofja Loka
  • Centre ten - Popetre
  • Centre eleven - Ribnica

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