Hindu Aikya Vedi

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Hindu Aikya Vedi
ഹിന്ദു ഐക്യവേദി കേരളം
  • Swami Satyananda Saraswati
  • J. Sisupalan
  • Hindu renaissance
  • Temple protection
HeadquartersSamanwaya Bhavan, Kottakkakom, Thiruvananthapuram
Region served
Official language
State President
K. P. Sasikala
Parent organisation
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
AffiliationsSangh Parivar

The Hindu Aikya Vedi, also called Aikya Hindu Vedika (transl. Hindu United Forum), is a Hindu nationalist organisation in the state of Kerala, India.


The first chairman of Hindu Aikya Vedi was Swami Sathyananda Saraswathi.[citation needed] The first President of HAV was J. Sisupalan. The idea of HAV came from J. Sisupalan he talk with Swami Sathyananda Saraswathi and they formed HAV. Sisupalan before was State General Convenor of Hindu Munnani Kerala later when Bharatiya Janata Party started its functions; Kerala Hindu Munnani closed its work in Kerala.

The HAV also funded the restoration of two large temples in the village of Kesalingayapalli and also implemented certain policies that made the village more Hindu, from ordering children to read the Bhagavad Gita every night to banning Christian evangelists from entering the village. Pleased by the success of their policies, the HAV also applied the same policies to other villages.[1]


HAV has been associated with supporting comments on the beef ban in the state of Maharashtra. [2]


  1. ^ Ganeshan, Balakrishna. "Ground report: A 'Hindus only' Andhra village with saffron flags and caution boards". The News Minute. Retrieved 12 January 2022.
  2. ^ "Kerala among states without law to ban cow slaughter". Archived from the original on 12 March 2015. Retrieved 11 March 2015.

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