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SKSST Golden Jubilee Mahotsav
26th December 2015 - 1st January 2016

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 50th anniversary of the occasion when the venerable Mahant Shastri Swami Dharmajivandasji of Bhuj Mandir instructed and blessed the haribhaktos to establish an auspicious place of worship and to give it the name Shree Kutch Satsang Swaminarayan Temple.

On the occasion of this anniversary, the Temple is hosting a special Mahotsav in 2015 and as part of the celebration will be presenting a number of mini-utsavs as we build up to the main Mahotsav celebrations on 26th December 2015 through to 1st January 2016.

Click on the poster to see the dates of the Mini Utsavs.

Want to know more? Click here to visit the Mahotsav website for more details.

Shree Krishna Janmashtmi - 5th September 2015

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It's that time of year again, Shravan Vad Atham on Saturday 5th 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...



3 Peaks Challenge - 29th & 30th August 2015

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The youth of SKSST Kenton Harrow have decided to embark on a mission to raise vital funds for both the local and global community. How? Over the August Bank Holiday, the team will be climbing the 3 highest peaks in the UK, which includes walking for 24 miles, ascending up to 10,000 feet and travelling all over the UK... all in 24 hours! The mental and physical challenge they will face is just an ounce of what those under the care of our chosen causes, St Luke's Hospice, Harrow Mencap, Ashiana Charity Trust and Nepal, are going through.

Your donations will make a huge difference to the lives of many and will help rebuild and make easier the lives of those who are suffering. Your donations can help make a difference one step at a time and reach our goal. Whilst our target is £25,000, our goal is to deliver something even greater... to create a lasting legacy.

For more information and to make a donation, click here.

Chaturmaas: July - November 2015

Chaturmaas begins: 27th July 2015
Chaturmaas ends: 22nd November 2015

Chaturmaas starts on Ashadh Sud Ekadashi (27th July 2015). It is the 11th day of the bright half in the month of Ashadh and this day is known as "Padma Ekadashi" or "Devshyani Ekadashi" (commonly referred to as the Neem Ekadashi). Chaturmaas begins on this day and ends on Prabhodhini Ekadashi in the month of Kartik. "Chatur" meaning four and "Maas" means months, thus it is a period of four auspicious (blessed) months.

According to the Purans, from this day onwards Lord Vishnu takes rest in Kshir Sagar (ocean of milk) instead of Vaikunt. It is said that when a devotee observes severe austerities and penance related to God during these months, they will become free from all sins and achieve indescribable merits...


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