Vahon Hindustani Radio has been heard quite regularly here since they started broadcasting on 1557 kHz in October 2012. When the station changed its AM frequency to 1566 kHz in December 2013, reception clearly improved here as 1566 kHz is subject to much less interference than 1557 kHz.
QSL Manager Koos Wijnants promptly verified my reception of the station with a “do-it-yourself” QSL card. My reception was made one afternoon at Lista last January. According to the QSL card, Vahon Hindustani Radio is a cable radio station owned by the Hindustani community and has around an estimated 30.000 listeners in and around The Hague. The transmitter is located at Nootdorp near The Hague using two 500 W power modules.