Hinduism in Wales is of relatively recent provenance, with under half of WelshHindus having settled there in the second half of the 20th century. There were 10,434 Hindus in Wales in the 2011 Census, almost double the number in the 2001 census.
The Hindu Cultural Association (HCA Wales), established in March 1991, is a Registered Charity with the Charity Commission for England and Wales. It is run by the Indian community in Wales and aims to both serve the pan-Indian community as well as helping the integration of the Indian community into the wider community.
The Sanatan Dharma Mandal Temple established in 1985 originally in the Parade Cardiff to serve Hindus in South Wales. Sanatan Dharma represents a code of conduct and a value system that has spiritual freedom as its core serving all Hindus within Wales and aims to offer a place of no anxiety. The temple and Hindu Community Centre is today located in the Seaview, Lewis Road, Splott, Cardiff, CF24 5EB.