Swachh Harrow, Clean Harrow - 25th & 26th July 2015
Swachh Harrow. Clean Harrow. "Be The Change That You Want to See In The World" By Mahatma Gandhi. Being one of the most prominent Temple in Harrow, the Temple has always extended its arms towards the local community and always attempted to give back to the local community.
This time the Temple has come forward with the "Swachh Harrow. Clean Harrow" project. The Temple would like to help rebuild a path which is lost. This will be a path regeneration project which is located to the right of the Temple which links to Paulhan Road.
SKSST Golden Jubilee Mahotsav
26th December 2015 - 1st January 2016
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.
'My Wishing Stone' - Shibir 2015
Once you have come in contact with Maharaj you have then achieved everything. Whatever you wish for, you attain. Maharaj is therefore our "Wishing Stone"
Shibir will teach you how to remember and keep in contact with Maharaj. There will be fun workshops dealing with how we can overcome various things that stop us from getting to the wishing stone. It has also proved to be a great platform to meet new people and make new friends. The experience will uplift you and take your soul closer to our beloved Ghansham Maharaj.
Click on the poster for more details.
Chaturmaas: July - 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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