Shri Radha Krishna Mandir ever since the Shravan month started, has celebrated numerous festivals. In the first week, the temple was very busy with celebrating Nag Panchami, Samuhik Shiv Pooja, Shitlasaptami, Nakul Navmi , Noli Nem.
There has been lot of enthusiasm within the devotees and temples has been very busy with large number of people for each of the occasion and for Monday, August 3, Shivabhishek as well.
This week again has been overwhelming to see devotees came together to chant and sing glories for peace and please Mahadeo. Thursday, Friday and Saturday consecutively had bhajan Sandhya.
The temple thanks Shri Jalaram Samithi, Pushpanjali Group, RK Mandir group for such blissful feeling and attain devotees the utmost peace and devotion. May lord Shiv bless all the devotees who have kindly sponsored bhajans during the month of Shravan.
Shri Satyanarayan Samuhik Katha on Sunday 2nd August was well conducted by Acharya Shri Dr. Devrambhai Raval. Pooja was then followed by Mahaprasad. Catering Committee has been extremely busy for bhakta’s prasad.
The Temple encourages everyone to take part in the upcoming religious activities.
The upcoming pujas and special programs are:
Saturday 8th August, is Bhajan Sandhya which will be followed by prasad.
Sunday 9th August, temple is holding Samuhik shik pooja for children of Gandhi Gruh Gujarati School and all children from various communities are welcome to participate. All pooja items will be provided by the temple. We request parents only to bring aarti plate and prasad.
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AIAI has always promoted early in cooperation of cultures & values into children, while learning their mother tongue. Gujarati School along with Radha Krishna Mandir every year has pooja’s during the year to brush children values of our Hindu Sanatan Dharma.
Krishna Janmasthami is one of the world's most widely observed spiritual festivals. Krishna's "birth," janma, occurred at midnight on ashtami, the eighth day after the full moon in the Vedic calendar hence we will be celebrating it on Tuesday 11th of August, Shri Krishna Janmasthami, celebrations will start with bhajans from 7.30 p.m. onwards by the Pushpanjali group and Shri Jalaram Samithi. There will be a Maha Aarti at midnight followed by Mahaprasad.
“Shravan Ends on 19th of August and we encourage everyone to come along and seek Mahadeo’s blessings during this holiest month of the year,” Pandit Devrambhai says.
For any enquiries regarding various activities during the month you may kindly ring Acharya Shri Dr, Devrambhai Raval on 3794463.
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