Voice of Sanatan Hinduism


HOUSTON: “Voice of Sanatan Hinduism” will be On Air from January 3, 2016 and broadcast every Sunday on Radio Dial 1110 AM KTEK from 12 Noon to 2pm.

The first of its kind Hinduism radio program will now be presented with New Energy and New Voices. This will bring to the Greater Houston Community a New Experience in the New Year. Sanatan Hindu Center sponsored Radio program will be Co-Sponsored by Sri Meenakshi Temple Society and Hindus of Greater Houston. Listeners can tune in every Sunday to Voice of Sanatan Hinduism that will now broadcast at the same station as Music Masala Radio.

Starting this New Year, every Sunday this Radio Show will feature interesting quizzes, interactive and enlightening segments to celebrate the beauty of Hinduism. The highlights include Young-Quest, Festive Time, Music Melody, Dhruv Tara Quizzes, Bhagwad Githa, Temple News, Yoga, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Sri Meenakshi Temple segment, In-Quest of Hinduism, Local Events, and Hindus of Greater Houston’s World Hindu News.

Nearly 20 years ago Padmakant Khambhati started the radio program to showcase the doctrines of Hinduism by sharing Vedic knowledge and share it on public media.

Thara Narasimhan and Geetha Ravula will host the radio program. Additionally guest hosts Vishwesh Shukla and Sri Ravula will join in to present the program periodically. Rakesh Parikh will provide the technical support for the radio show, website and 24/7 online radio @ www.sanatanhinducenter.org. Listeners can tune in 24 hrs.

The Radio show will feature special guest interviews, talk show on matter of importance to Hindu Community as well as interviews of heads of all Hindu temples in the Greater Houston Area. The Radio Show will create an opportunity for Hindu Temples and Organizations in the Greater Houston Area to connect with community at large. The Young-Quest segment will be an interactive platform for various heritage schools in Houston to showcase their program and share their heritage experience. Unique talents like Sloka recitation and Sloka-thon will be presented in this segment.

Thara Narasimhan, Secretary to Hindus of Greater Houston and one of the hosts serving Voice of Sanatan Hinduism for more than 10 years stated that “Sanathan Dharma relevance to Music begins from the origins of music that can be traced to “ Sama Veda” , the oldest ancient core of Hindu scriptures. Tune into Voice of Sanatan Hinduism as we bring both the sacred recitation of Vedas and divine music.”

Sanatan Hindu Center’s president Kanti Patel said “I am extremely happy to see the Voice of Sanatan Hinduism is moving forward with positive energy and enthusiasm”.

Geetha Ravula, founder of Ashirwad iLifestyle class and Vedic Fair, who will be joining as new host said “I am excited to join the team to share and celebrate the beauty of Sanatan Dharma with Greater Houston listeners.” She said “Let’s together enjoy soul soothing melodious songs, learn the significance and science behind heritage practices and get inspired by sharing the stories of phenomenal people who walked the path of Dharma and paved us the way. Let us together walk towards Light in the Light of Sanatan Dharma.”

Kalpavalli Patel, daughter of Late Padmakant Khambhati and Secretary to Sanatan Hindu Center gave a statement that “Voice of Sanatan Hinduism Radio Program, the only program since 1993 has endeavored to present Vedic Dharma in Houston. This was Padmakant Khambhati’s passion and vision to present Sanatan Hinduism. His courage and convictions made it possible to have this type of program available to the people and youth of our current times. We are continuing his lifelong passion and dream.”

The radio show is supported by sponsors, donors and heritage lovers. Donations are tax deductible and can be made online on website. Sanatan Hindu Center endeavors to improve the program with your suggestions, participation and serve to the interest of all age groups.

Please contact via email: hinduismradio@gmail.com. Donations can also be sent to Sanatan Hindu Center, 603 Doscher Lane, Sugarland, Texas 77479.

The Sanatan Hindu Center also provides Funeral services in Hindu Traditions. Currently Sanatan Hindu Center President is Kanti Patel, its Secretary is Kalpavalli Patel and Rakesh Parikh is the Treasurer.

“Dharmo Rakshathi Rakshithah.” “When we protect Dharma, Dharma will protect us”.