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DINKER MEHTA
King of Gujarati Comedy

Saturday 29 June 2019
18:30 Dinner
19:30 Stand up Comedy Show

10 per ticket for Stand up show and Dinner

Please buy your tickets early to avoid disappointment
from the contacts on the poster
 


Indian High Commission Consular services
at Vedic Society Hindu Temple.
On Sunday 30 June 2019
The Indian High Commission will provide the following Consular services
  1. Accept Passport Applications
  2. Accept OCI Applications
  3. Issue Birth Certificates
  4. Issue Power of Attorney
Please complete the form below and return to Vedic Society Hindu Temple by 15 June 2019.
You will be contacted nearer the date with an appointment time.
Please note that without this pre-registration your application will not be accepted.

Pre-registration form (pdf file)
 


Regular Events


Sunderkand Path

Tuesday 28 May 2019

7:15pm to 9pm Sunderkand Path


Mataji ki Chawki

Saturday 1 June 2019

3pm to 5.30pm Mataji ki Chawki


Purnima Shree Satyanarayan Katha

Monday 17 June 2019  

10:30am to 1:00 pm  Purnima Shree Satyanarayan Katha 

 

 


Sunderkand Path

Saturday 22 June 2019

7:15pm to 9pm Sunderkand Path

 

 

 


Seva Day

Sunday 23 June 2019


1:30 pm Bhojan Prasad
2:00 pm Temple Seva.
All volunteers are welcome to help.

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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Mahatma Gandhi 1937

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