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  Forthcoming events
Events Calendar


Mataji Ki Chawki

Saturday 5 January 2019

3pm to 5.30pm Mataji Ki Chawki

 


Bhajans by Satsang UK group

Sunday 13 January 2019

11 am to 1pm Bhajans
followed by Bhojan Prasad

 


Lohri Celebrations

Sunday 13 January 2019

7pm Lohri
followed by Bhojan Prasad

 


Dhwajarohan

Wednesday 16 January 2019

10.20am Flag Hoisting Ceremony


Satyanarayan Katha

Sunday 20 January 2019

9.30am to 12 noon Katha
followed by Bhojan Prasad

 


Republic Day

Saturday 26 January 2019

10.30am Flag hoisting and Republic Day Celebrations
 

 


Sundarkand Path

Saturday 26 January 2019

7.15pm to 9pm Sundarkand Path

 


Vasant Panchami

Saturday 9 February 2019

11:11 am to 12:15 am Shree Saraswati Puja   Akshar Abhyas


Mataji Ki Chawki

Saturday 16 February 2019 (changed from 2 Feb)

3pm to 5pm Mataji Ki Chawki

 


Vasant Panchami Cultural Program

Sunday 10 February 2019

2pm to 5pm Cultural Program
followed by Bhojan Prasad

 


Mahashiratri

Monday 4 March 2019

Temple will be open from 9 am till next day 6 am.
There will be 4 Prahar Ratri Puja and Aarti during Shivratri.

8pm to 10pm Samuh Rudrabhishek.
You can book your place with 11 donation to the Temple.

 


Vedic Volunteers
Volunteers are always welcome at the various events throughout the year.
Please contact Pujariji Shri Riteshkumar Bhatt, the Temple Pujari 023 8063 2275 or
Vedic Society Secretary: secretary@vedicsociety.com 


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