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It is my pleasure and privilege to welcome you to Bardai Brahmin Samaj London. Almost 34 years ago, our Charity was founded on the principles of Hindu Religion and Culture and to advance appreciation of Hinduism, its philosophy, Art and Literature and to promote charitable purposes and to relieve poverty. During the intervening time, the elders who founded our Samaj have passed the baton to second and third generation Bardais that are British born and bred and who embrace life in the United Kingdom and all that it has to offer. In the hustle and bustle of daily life, however, questions do arise: Who am I? Who are my ancestors? What about my Culture? Religion? Beliefs? Philosophies? Traditions? . In short what is my Identity? This is where the Samaj becomes relevant. Effectively, the Samaj can provide a Bardai Brahmin an Identity. Getting involved in Samaj activities can rekindle that sense, that feeling, that passion of being a Bardai Brahmin which otherwise remains dormant deep in the heart and the mind. Today Bardai Brahmin Samaj London is needed more than ever. Calls for our Samaj to be allowed to lapse and be exiled into oblivion must be resisted. Claims by some that other bodies and organisations can do the Samajís work better than the Samaj itself must be struck down. Yes the Samaj must work in harmony and close co-operation with other bodies with similar aims and objectives, but this must happen on the Samajís own terms and not on those dictated by others. It is a great honour for me and my fellow committee members to be entrusted with the mission to rebuild and lead, with your support, a vibrant community of Bardai Brahmins in London. We are committed to gaining your trust and enthusiastic participation, acting with your wholehearted and united support and providing the energy and inspiration to succeed in our endeavour to bring progress to our great Bardai Brahmin Samaj in London. Jai Shri Krshna! Jai Shri Trikamjibapu! Pradip Pandit
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Bardai Kuldevi

Every Hindu family has its own family deity. The word Kula means family or clan and Devata means male-deity and Devi means female-deity. Hindu families make a pilgrimage to the Kuladevata or Kuladevi temple to obtain blessing of the deity after an auspicious occasion such as a wedding. In Maharashtra, the Kuladevatas are mainly manifestations of Shiva or Shakti respectively.

 
In Gujarat and Rajasthan – Kuladevi are generally different manifestation of Mata Parvati – consort of Lord Shiva. She is worshiped by different names by different “families”.
 
Below is a list of popular Kuldevi relating to Bardai Brahmins. 
 
 
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  • All efforts have been made to present authentic and true information.  Please forgive any omissions or mistakes.
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