KHNA conducts biennial conventions promoting our culture, heritage while giving importance to KHNA’s mission and vision. Here is the history of past KHNA conventions.
After 14 years where it all started the 8th convention was held in Dallas, Texas at Hyatt Regency DFW International Airport Hotel under the leadership of President Sri. T. N. Nair. Read more
Everyone who missed the plantain and coconut trees of Kerala, was transported back to homeland in KHNA convention 2013 held in South Florida, known as a "kochu Keralam" due to the tropical climate Read more
Yes, KHNA smoothly proceeded to the next city with nary a hint of politics that many other such organizations suffer from. The baton was passed from the west coast to the Washington DC group Read more
KHNA reached the west coast for the first time in a convention that is widely acclaimed as the finest one ever, in July 2011. Read more
That it took several years before KHNA could have the city with the largest Hindu Malayalee population in the continent as its headquarters, speaks of the diversities in the same city. Read more
Swami Vivekananda captured the hearts of the western world with his address at the World Parliament of Religions in 1893 held in Chicago. True to his clarion call "arise, awake, and stop not till the goal is reached", KHNA selected the Windy City for its third biennial convention. Read more
The second biennial convention of Kerala Hindus of North America was held at Houston. The convention was attended by spiritual leaders such as Jagadguru Swami Sathyananda Saraswathi along with social and political leaders such as Sri Vellappally Natesan. Read more