About Us

Surya Narayan Seva Outreach Sang was founded to provide medical, social, economic and educational assistance to people in need around the world.  Service will be provided to the underserved through love and compassion in our actions.  The values and morals thought to us by our religion Sanatan Dharma will be our guiding light as we move forward to help the needy and less fortunate
UG Student received Scholarship from Surya Narayan Seva Outreach Sang
Saturday, 04 September 2010 01:05
SN SOS extended its helping hands once again.  On 5/30/2010 it awarded a 2010-11 Scholarship to Dindial Mohan, a deserving student of No. 50 Village, Corentyne, Berbice.  Dindial was selected based on a number of factors:  (i) he is currently a Hindu priest in his community; (ii) he is a teacher at Tagore Memorial Secondary School; (iii) he is the bread-winner of his family, consisting of his mother and grandmother; and (iv) he has successfully passed eight subjects at the GCE O’Levels and CXC examination.  Although Dindial is already accomplished at this young age and despite the many hurdles he is faced with, he is still committed to further his studies at the University of Guyana.   Based on this commitment and the many other positive factors, SN SOS is of the belief that Dindial is a role-model who will be an invaluable asset to his community, and thus a perfect candidate for the scholarship. The members of SN SOS would like to congratulate Dindial Mohan on this well deserved Scholarship and wish him continued success. Pandit Ram Hardowar, a Director of SN SOS and Spiritual Acharya of Shri Surya Narayan Mandir remarked that with Saraswati Ma’s blessings the scholarship should enable Dindial to continue his educational endeavors so that he can achieve his individual goals as well as increase his contribution to society.   

The Scholarship was provided in one-time payment of $800 (US Dollars) to the recipient on 7/4/2010 at the 48th Village Mandir by Kedar Singh, a Member of SN SOS.   

Surya Narayan Seva Outreach Sang (SN SOS) is a non-profit charitable organization headquartered in Jamaica, New York.  Members of SN SOS come from diverse backgrounds and consist of professionals, pandits and other select members of the community.  Our humanitarian effort is seen as a way of extending the boundaries of the Mandir beyond its physical constraints and opening up its door to many more people in a time of need.  Our mission is to provide medical care with a focus on prevention and a healthy lifestyle, social, economic and educational assistance to people in need around the world especially in Guyana, New York and India.   Service will be provided to the underserved through love and compassion in our actions.  The values and morals thought to us by our religion Sanatan Dharma will be our guiding light as we move forward to help the needy and less fortunate.    

If you would like to volunteer your services or make a donation to help further the goals of SN SOS, please contact us at 646-210-2754 or e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
 
SNOS completes another Health Fair!
Sunday, 29 August 2010 23:29

The Seva Outreach Sangh (SOS) continues its mission.  The group has recently organized yet another successful community event.  A health fair was held at Shri Surya Narayan Mandir in Jamaica, New York on April 11th.  As our community is in the midst of a health crisis/epidemic, the group found it vital to lend a helping hand to those less fortunate who are unable to access necessary medical attention.  The day began with a symposium on health, with a special focus on the impact of Diabetes amongst the Indo-Caribbean population.  Emphasis was placed on education and more importantly preventative measures one should take if at increased risk of Diabetes/Hypertension/Heart Disease.  Both young and old were present at the fair.  Physicians present included Dr. Parmeshwar Mohabir, and Dr. Anand Hardowar who sat with each patient on an individual basis counseling them on their medical condition and answering all their questions.  Also present was a physical therapist, Shakti Parbhunath who discussed pain management in arthritis and other chronic pain conditions.  The group was accompanied by registered nurses Sharmila Bisram and Bobby Niranjan who were skillfully assisted by Mahindra Bisram, and other devotees of the mandir.
For the year 2010, SOS plan to award at least two scholarships to deserving candidates who are attending or plans to attend University of Guyana. The scholarship will cover the tuition fees for the entire academic year 2010 to 2011. In addition one student will also be given a one year scholarship to attend the Saraswattie Niketan High School at Cornelia Ida West Coast Demerara.

Our Medical team is currently planning to provide free Medical Services in Guyana on Thanksgiving weekend in November 2010. We feel there can be no better way of saying thanks to GOD than to offer our services and care for HIS children on earth.
If you would like to volunteer your services or make a donation please contact us at 646-210-2754 or e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Once again, many thanks to all those generous individuals who continue to assist in various ways to make the work of this organization a great success.

Mityanand Ramnarine, MD
Secretary, Surya Narayan Seva Outreach Sang

Surya Narayan Seva Outreach Sang (SNSOS) is a non-profit charitable organization headquartered in Jamaica, New York and a branch of Shri Surya Narayan Mandir. Members of SNSOS come from diverse backgrounds and consist of Doctors, Lawyers, Pandits, and other professionals.   Their mission is to provide medical care with a focus on prevention and a healthy lifestyle, social, economic and educational assistance to people in need around the world especially in Guyana, New York and India. Pt. Ram Hardowar, the spiritual leader of Shri Surya Narayan Mandir, and a Director of SNSOS stated that “Service will be provided to the underserved through love and compassion in our actions.  The values and morals thought to us by our religion Sanatan Dharma will be our guiding light as we move forward to help the needy and less fortunate


 
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