Leicester's Hindu community are today celebrating the birth of Prince George.
Hindus celebrate the birth of a child on the sixth day (known as Chaathi) in order to offer protection to the new-born baby.
Today's celebrations, organised by British Hindu Voice, will involve traditional Indian music and the distribution of Indian sweets.
A Hindu celebration for Prince George's birth will take place in Leicester today.
The event, organised by the British Hindu Voice in Leicester, will include music, dancing and food.
Hindus celebrate the birth of babies on the 6th day, known as Shashthi, to ensure the protection of the newborn baby.
As part of the ceremony a card and gifts will be presented to Lady Gretton who is representing the Queen.
More than 300 people attended an event in Leicester at the weekend encouraging members of the Asian community to consider organ donation.
Any barriers putting members of the Asian community off donating organs will be tackled at a conference in Leicester today.
A temple in Leicester will be encouraging people to consider organ donation today.
At the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir they want people to know that Hinduism is fully supportive of organ donation.
There will be speeches from medical experts and testimonies from donors and recipients.