Shree Kutch Satsang Swaminarayan Temple (Mandir) London
Affiliated to Nar Narayan Dev Temple Bhuj

Daily Darshan

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Opening times

Opening Closing Aarti Time
Mon - Sun [Morning] 06:30 AM 11:30 AM 09:30 AM
Mon - Fri [Evening] 03:30 PM 08:00 PM 06:30 PM
Saturday [Evening] 03:30 PM 08:00 PM 05:45 PM
Sunday [Evening] 03:30 PM 08:00 PM 04:30 PM

Please note that on festival days the times may vary. Please contact the Temple if you need more information

Shikshapatri Shlok

My devotees shall understand that my philosophical doctrine is that of Vishistadwaita and that my preferred abode is in Golok Dham, and in this abode I consider liberation in the form of renydering of services to Lord Shree Krishna after identifying oneself with Brahmrup. |121|

અને અમારો જે મત તે વિશિષ્‍ટાદ્વૈત છે એમ જાણવું અને અમને પ્રિય એવું જે ધામ તે ગોલોક છે એમ જાણવું અને તે ધામને વિષે બ્રહ્મરુપે કરીને જે શ્રીકૃષ્‍ણ ભગવાનની સેવા કરવી તે અમે મુકિત માની છે એમ જાણવું. |૧૨૧|

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Wednesday, 5th of April
Shree Ramnavmi - Fast
Shree Swaminarayan Jayanti - Fast
Friday, 7th of April
Kamda Ekadashi Fast
Tuesday, 11th of April
Hanuman Jayanti
Mukutotsav Poonam
Wednesday, 19th of April
Sunday, 23rd of April
Varuthini Ekadashi Fast
Friday, 28th of April
Parshuram Jayanti
More events

My Family

Jay Shree Swaminarayan

With our Easter Event 2017 just around the corner, the youth are busily preparing to make this event as fun as possible. Our chosen theme is 'My Family'. As every year, the event will run over the course of three days; Friday 9th April - Sunday 11th April 2017. There will be a series of thought-provoking presentations taking place in the evening, followed by some well-deserved Mahaprasad! On the last day, we have a full day event allowing the whole idea of 'My Family' to be actively rendered. We have an eventful afternoon prepared for the kids, a very close replica of 'The Cube' and a bundle of other exciting activities. If you are worried about your kids, worry no further! We have you all covered.

Don't hold back! Let this be the start of something new...

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NarNarayan Dev Jayanti

6:30PM - 8:00PM: Raas utsav followed by Aarti

This festival marks the birth of Lord Nar and Lord Narayan, to Dharmadev and Murtidevi at Narayan Ghat along the banks of the Sabarmati River. Nar Narayan Dev took birth to defeat the evil demon Kunchi, who wanted immortality. By performing penance to please Lord Brahma, Kunchi requested Lord Brahma to grant him such a boon.

Brahma who himself was mortal could not do this so Kunchi asked for a thousand protective shields. Each shield would only be lost if one performed penance for a thousand years and then fought Kunchi for another thousand years. Kunchi felt invincible and began to harass the world and demigods. Hence Bhagwan incarnated as Nar and Narayan.

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Maha Shivratri

06:30AM to 11:00AM & 03:30PM to 08:00PM: Temple open for Shiv Poojan

06:30PM to 08:00PM: Raas utsav followed by Aarti

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Swaminarayan Bhagwan has considered Lord Shiva as one of the five pious gods and whose festival is one of the 29 vrats and which should be done with utmost devotion, especially by way of a mandatory full fast by those able to do so.

The festival of Mahashivratri is the most important festival for the millions of devotees of Lord Shiva. The festival has been accorded lot of significance in Hindu mythology. It says that a devotee who performs sincere worship of Lord Shiva on the auspicious day of Shivratri is absolved of sins...

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Shaak Utsav

Shreeji Maharaj first did a Shaak Utsav in the Village of Loya, in the month of Magshar/Posh 1877. There were no other festivals during this month so Sura Khachar requested Maharaj to introduce an utsav all devotees could celebrate together, as he said this, a devotee arrived at the sabha and offered Maharaj lots of fresh aubergines.

Maharaj was so overwhelmed by the sight of all the sumptuous looking aubergines that he announced to Sura Khachar that they will celebrate a Shaak Utsav.

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Join us from 5:00PM for Shaak Utsav followed by prasad

SKSST 20th Patotsav

With the blessings of our beloved Maharaj, Shree Kutch Satsang Swaminarayan Temple (Mandir) London will be hosting a memorable event this year as it marks the 20th anniversary of the Temple.

Join us for our 20th Anniversary Celebrations. The event will be graced by learned Saints from Shree Swaminarayan Temple Bhuj, who will recite the holy scripture Satsangi Jeevan. Katha commences on Monday 26th December 2016, with Abhishek on Sunday 1st January 2017 from 7:00am onwards and other programmes throughout the week... Click on the posters to find out more!.

Watch the live stream here

Click here to see the latest photos of the 20th Patosav here

The Golden Ticket - Shibir 2017

Yuvaks: 24th - 28th July 2017
Yuvatis: 28th - 1st August 2017

Every year devotees of the temple embark on a shibir; an opportunity to take time out from our daily routines and enhance relationsships with fellow satsangi's and Lord Swaminarayan Himself. The event is held away from home with activities designed to be both engaging and informative. With a mixture of fun games, presentations, discussions and activities all based on a central theme, one's knowledge and love for our Great Sampraday is sure to increase.

'The Golden Ticket'; Bored of repetitive daily routine day in and day out? Tired of the same regime that we've all been through in all our previous lives? Getting stressed? Satsang feeling dry? Have you lost the buzz in satsang?

Do you need a break? Let us make an irresistible offer, a journey to eternal everlasting bliss. This package includes a personal tour guide showing you around a 5* holiday home. Where is this place? Who is our guide? When will I experience and enjoy this break?

Make sure your Golden ticket is booked on this eternal journey. All the answers, tips and tricks will be revealed in Shibir 2017 - The Golden Ticket.

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