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 Brahmin devotees shall never eat food before having a bath, performing Sandhya Vandan, uttering Gayatri Japa, carrying out Shree Vishnu Puja and performing Vaishva-Dev ceremony. These were the rules of Naishtik Brahmcharis. |187|

અને જે બ્રાહ્મણ હોય તેણે સ્‍નાન, સંધ્‍યા, ગાયત્રીનો જપ, શ્રી વિષ્‍ણુની પુજા અને વૈશ્ર્વદેવ એટલા વાનાં કર્યા વિના ભોજન કરવું જ નહિ. |૧૮૭|

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Thursday, 13th of December
Skandh Chadh
Monday, 17th of December
Dhanurmaas Starts
Wednesday, 19th of December
Sadguru Shree Ramanand Swami's Swadham Leela
Mokshda Ekadashi Fast
Gita Jayanti
Saturday, 22nd of December
Datatrey Jayanti
Mukutotsav Poonam
Saturday, 29th of December
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Tulsi Vivah

Tulsi Vivah marks the marriage of Lord Vishnu (Shaligram) with Tulsi Devi. Join us on Friday 23rd November from 4pm for the wedding ceremony which will be followed by Mahaprashad thereafter.

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Diwali 2018

Diwali also known as the 'festival of lights', is a five day festival which starts on Dhanteras, followed by Kaali Chaudas, Diwali, New Years Day and ends on Bhaibeej.

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Sharad Poonam

Jay Shree Swaminarayan

Sharad Poonam is an auspicious day when the moon is the closest to the earth in the year. Devotees celebrate by performing Rasa Dance and Singing Devotional Songs to the accompaniment of musical instruments. An offering of Dudh Pawa (rice in thick milk) is served to the Lord on this special day.

On this day, Lord Shree Krushna performed the divine dance (Rasa Leela) with the Gopis in Vrundavana. The discourse for this pastime can be found in Shreemad Bhagwatam - Raas Panchaadhyay Katha Canto 10 (29-33).

Lord Shree Swaminarayan also performed the Divine Rasa in Panchaala in Jina Bhais Darbaar, which Acharya Viharilalji Maharaj has described in a Kirtan He has composed.

Note: Our Temple Calendar says that Sharad Poonam is on the 24th October however it is actually on Tuesday 23rd October 2018.

Vaman Jayanti

Jay Shree Swaminarayan

Tomorrow is the auspicious day known as Vaman Jayanti. Although it has been annouced that tomorrow is a half day fast, our saints have informed us in saying it is a full day fast and have also given us a scriptural reference.

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Maths Classes

Jay Shree Swaminarayan,

If you are studying GCSE or A-Level Maths, we are providing Maths classes to give you any extra support you need. Based on this year's results for both GCSE and A-Level Maths, 75% of students got between A - A* and 100% got between A* - C.

If you are interested, join us on Saturdays in the Ghanshyam Education Building from 3pm to 5pm. The class is completely free of cost, run by our volunteers so please feel free to take advantage.

If you have any questions or queries, please email:

Shree Krishna Janmashtmi

07:00PM to 08:00PM: Raas utsav followed by Aarti

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It's that time of year again, Shravan Vad Atham on Monday 3rd September. Come and join us to celebrate the birth of Shree Krishna. Let us all enjoy the night by playing raas and dandia raas.

According to the legends, the birth of Lord Shree Krishna took place under extraordinary circumstances. Lord Shree Krishna was an incarnation of Lord Vishnu who came to the world to get rid of demons. He was born at midnight on a dark, rainy night to Devaki and Vasudev who had been imprisoned by Devaki's brother Kansa. It had been foretold that the eighth son of Devaki would kill the evil king Kansa...

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