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Dealing with the challenges of today requires problem-solvers who bring different perspectives and are willing to take risks. Thakuri Samaj UK emerged out of a pursuit to inspire and support the community, and a desire for actions to speak louder than words. Established in 2004, we’re an organization driven by progressive ideas, bold actions, and a firm foundation of support. Contact us to learn more and get involved.

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The Thakuries were residing permanently in the UK through various routes; namely professionals, scholars, serving in the HM Forces and others. However, a more noticeable movement of Thakuries was perceived after the UK Government announcement in Sep 2004 and later Mar 2009. Therefore, a formal Association of the Thakuries’ in the UK was an absolute requirement. The first ever gathering unofficially was organised in Aldershot by the members resided in Hampshire and Berkshire resulting that, the Thakuri Samaj UK (TSUK) being officially formed on 22nd of March 2004.
History is a written word, created objects on a series of past events of our ancestors. This requires preservation by means of records in writing, education, briefing, more importantly, by good deeds. The identity of a Thakuri’ is leadership in crisis, honesty, benevolence to the impoverished and our soft-spoken language with a modulation. These could be preserved if we create the condition for our youth to adapt within TSUK to further enhance their ability and credibility. Preserving Thakuries’ ethos within multicultural society is not difficult but complex and thus requires patience in all TSUK members on various fronts.
TSUK is established to Protect, Preserve and Promote (3Ps) the ethos, culture, traditions and history of Thakuries. In order to achieve this, members of the TSUK are keen to develop Key Skills and Experience (KSE) in various professional fields in the UK while upholding sound relationships with local and Nepalese organisations.

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There is a provision to support high-performing students who are marginalised due to their financial status. 

Members are encouraged to bring forward genuine cases. 2 X Sponsor is awarded on yearly basis.

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact TSUK secretary.

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Our motto is "Honour & Dignity". Our community pride itself on helping others.

Those who are able and willing should volunteer their time & resources for the betterment of the community. 

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