International Vedic Hindu University
The university was founded on October 24, 1993 (Vijayadashami), and acquired a 9.7-acre (39,000 m2) campus property with two buildings in 2000. A residential facilitliy for full-time faculty was constructed in 2002. In 2009 the university reported it had 8,000 students taking courses either on campus or via the Internet. The university offers graduate level courses in the ancient language of Sanskrit, Hindu philosophy, yoga, ayurveda, jyotish medicinal chemistry.
The university states that it is accredited by the National Private Schools Accreditation Alliance.
- Friends of South Asia (FOSA)
- Hindu American Foundation
- Hindu denominations
- Hindu Temple Society of North America (Ganesh Temple, Queens)
- Hinduism in the West
- List of Hindu temples in the United States
- Parliament of the World's Religions
- Sanskrit in the West
- United States India Political Action Committee (USINPAC)
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