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Events Calendar

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Events Calendar


Karwa Choth
Sunday 24 October 2021

Puja & Katha on Zoom

Start at 4pm on Zoom
Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 264 798 0984
Passcode: HariOm

Moon-Rise time is 19:41

The Temple is open for individual prayers and darshan only.

Please adhere to Covid Safety rules when visiting the Temple
Please wear a mask, sanitize hands and maintain social distancing.

 


Diwali
Thursday 4 November 2021

7pm Fireworks cancelled

7:45pm Chopda Pujan on Zoom


Chopda Pujan from your own home
Riteshbhai will do the Chopda Pujan live on Zoom at 7:45pm and everyone is welcome to join.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 264 798 0984
Passcode: HariOm


Temple will be open all day 9am to 9pm for individual prayers and darshan.  

Please adhere to Covid Safety rules when visiting the Temple
Please wear a mask, sanitize hands and maintain social distancing.

 


Annakot
Friday 5 November 2021

Temple will be open all day 9am to 9pm for individual prayers and darshan only.

Please adhere to Covid Safety rules when visiting the Temple
Please wear a mask, sanitize hands and maintain social distancing.


Evening programme cancelled
 


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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