Our mission statement is simple:
A forum for Young Lohanas to inspire each other & maintain our community for generations to come!
Jai Shree Krishna, Jai Jalaram, Jai Mataji
We would like to take this opportunity to introduce ourselves and how we were formed.
With no official youth community in North London, Lohana Community North London (LCNL) invited a group of youngsters, many of whom had never met each other, to come together to discuss the future of young Lohanas. Many came to learn about the Lohana community, others were keen on the free pizza, but it was a great opportunity to meet fellow like minded Lohanas and discuss and brainstorm ideas about serving the young Lohanas in North London.
So the “Young Lohana Society (YLS) was formed!
Lohanas were a prominent community of the Kshatriya caste (Sanskrit क्षत्रिय Kshatriya)
Originated in the region of Punjab and later on migrated to Sindh and present day Gujarat state in India around 800 years ago. As administrators and rulers, Kshatriya Lohanas are assigned with protecting the people, and serving humanity. In course of time, however, as a result of economic and political exigencies, the Lohanas are now mainly engaged into mercantile occupations.
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Become a Member & Join the Family
If you are Lohana (by birth/adoption/marriage) and aged between 18 and 35, you are eligible to become a YLS member. YLS membership (£5 for the year) gives you privileges such as discounted entry at some of our events. A member of the YLS team will contact you with more information on submission of your form. If you have any questions prior to completing this form contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to receive free email communications about upcoming YLS events, you simply need to register your interest.