Constitution

SINGAPORE MALAYALEE HINDU SAMAJAM  CONSTITUTION

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 SMHS Constitution approved by ROS effective 17 Aug 2022

The organization shall be known as the “SINGAPORE MALAYALEE HINDU SAMAJAM” (hereinafter called the “Samajam “).

History of Samajam – It was formed in 1926 by the Malayalee Hindu community in Singapore, with the objectives of promoting Hinduism in Singapore, assisting destitute Malayalees in Singapore, and giving them a decent burial in the event of death.

PLACES OF BUSINESS

1 The place of business of the Samajam shall be at 10 Jalan Besar, #10-12, Sim Lim Tower, Singapore 208787, or such other place as the Executive Committee
(“EXCO”) may decide subject to the approval of the Registrar of Societies.

OBJECTS

a. To establish a temple, a place of worship to disseminate Hindu religious
knowledge, hold religious and cultural congregations, conduct religious
discourses, celebrate Hindu religious festivals, and conduct religious
ceremonies and rituals, especially for the Malayalee Hindu community in
Singapore.

b. promote social, cultural, educational, and charitable activities either on its own
or in association with other organizations locally and /or overseas.

c. organize and support activities to enhance the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being of members and the larger community.

d. publish books, journals, articles, research, and other papers in print, electronic or virtual forms to promote the Hindu religion, philosophy, culture, and way of
life.

e. promote social, cultural, educational, and charitable activities either on its own or in association with other organizations locally and/or overseas.

f. conduct activities to promote inter-racial and religious harmony among
residents in Singapore.

g. promote the religious, social, and moral well-being of members of the Hindu
faith and all activities and matters in furtherance thereof.

h. establish bonds with other religious and cultural groups of different races and religions in Singapore so as to create a stronger multi-racial, religious and
a cultural community for Singapore citizens and residents