About Us

Hindi Samaj of Western Australia (HSWA)

Hindi Samaj of Western Australia (HSWA), formerly known as Hindi Academy of Western Australia, is a not-for-profit organization formed in 1996 and registered in 1997 under the Associations Incorporation Act (1987) with the idea of promoting Hindi language, literature and Hindi culture among the members of Hindi community including any organisations with Hindi dialects as well as among other organisations who are well-wishers of Hindi.

Hindi is the fourth most common spoken language in the world. It originated from Devanagari script and finds its roots in an ancient language called Sanskrit.
Hindi is the official language of India. On 14th September 1949, it was adopted as the official language by the Constituent Assembly of India. It was this assembly that wrote the Constitution of India. The Constitution was adopted on 26 January 1950 that India commemorates as its Republic Day.

Core Values


We respect all


We work collaboratively and include others


We create activities for learning and teaching in Hindi.


We are committed to promote Hindi through our activities.


To promote Hindi through its activities and services in the WA state and beyond in a sustainable way.


Create a non-political organisation of persons interested in Hindi language


Sustain and promote Hindi language, literature and culture

Promote social & cultural interest of Hindi community 

Foster social interaction and cooperation among members of the Hindi community and with other language communities

Community Partners