Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip will visit Hindu Krishna-Avanti Primary School in Edgware in Greater London on the first day of her Diamond Jubilee tour March 29.
According to reports, the events on the occasion at this Hindu school will include unveiling a commemorative tapestry, watching a "community spectacular" stage show including dance and music, and a photography exhibition.
Meanwhile, expressing happiness over the Queen's gesture of launching her Diamond Jubilee tour with a visit to the Britain's first state-funded Hindu school, Hindu statesman Rajan Zed said: "It showed Queen's inclusive approach."
In 2010, Queen Elizabeth, who is Supreme Governor of the Church of England, acknowledged contributions of "all faiths" while inaugurating Ninth General Synod of the Church on England in Westminster (UK).
In 2009, Queen hosted Bollywood and Bhangra dances at Buckingham Palace in London.
In 2002, The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh visited Highgate Hill Murugan Hindu Temple in North London.
Diamond Jubilee celebrations will mark 60 years of The Queen's reign who came to the throne on February six, 1952 and her coronation took place on June two, 1953.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will be visiting England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland during this year to mark her Diamond Jubilee.