Privacy Policy

Who we are

We are the Hindu Parents Network, an arm of the Coalition of Hindus of North America (CoHNA)

Your Comments

We love to hear from you. And we really listen to you.  But we are also a bunch of older people, so we save your comments, in case we forget.  Just so we know who you really are, we save your IP address and anything else about you that we get from your connection.


If you will not be comfortable sharing a picture or a video with your son or daughter, please don’t upload it here. Because we guarantee you, it will somehow find its way to them – this is the Internet and they know how to use it better than all of us.


We all like cookies. We use them to help us remember who you are.  These are stored on your computer and last for a period ranging from 1 day to 1 year. When you come back to visit, we use those cookies to figure out if we already know you. 

These cookies have absolutely no personally identifying information about you. If you tell us that you have a dog and two cats, the cookie does not know that.

Embedded content from other websites

From time to time, we may post links to articles that we did not write, just because we wish we had written them.  Clicking on them to follow along takes you to their site as though you had typed that link yourself.  We are very careful with your data.  They may not be.  

Just Sayin’

Who we share your data with


But one of our goals (it says so right in our name) is to network. So, we will make it possible for you to connect with like minded parents in your geographical area. 

How long we retain your data


All users can see, edit, or delete their personal information at any time (except they cannot change their username). Website administrators can also see and edit that information.

What rights you have over your data

It is yours.  You can ask for it at any time and we will send it to you.  We will also erase anything we have about you if you ask us to. 

Where we send your data

While we love to hear from you, we don’t like to be spammed (and neither should you). If we thing we are being spammed, we may send your comments to someone who can tell us if we are being spammed.

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