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Spiritual Festivals
Spiritual festivals are celebrated with pujas, traditional temple ceremonies, and accompanied by mantra chanting.

Free of charge, flowers and fruits are
auspicious offerings when attending
a spiritual festival.

Group meditation
Free of charge

Group meditation (Satsang) consists of silent meditation followed by chanting and a talk on the philosophy of yoga and Vedanta. The group meditation evening is a good way to surround oneself with positive energy and to recharge. Meditation in a group leads to a deeper experience and mantra chanting inspires the mind and elevates the thoughts. Various aspects of the philosophy of yoga will be explained.

Fridays at 7.30pm
Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays at 6pm

Saturday 5 September at 6pm

Krishna Jayanti – the birthday of Lord Krishna

Krishna is one of the most widely revered divinities. Krishna is the symbol of universal love and joy.

Krishna Jayanti

Tuesday 8 September at 8.00pm

Swami Sivananda’s Birthday Celebration

Swami Sivananda is a world-renowed sage and yogi and the inspiration behind the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres. A celebration with chanting and stories from the life of this great yoga master.

Swami Sivananda

Friday 18 September at 7.30pm

Ganesha Chaturthi Puja – Lord Ganesha’s birthday

Ganesha is the aspect of the divine which, when invoked, can remove obstacles from our path and bestow success in all our undertakings.

Ganesha Chaturthi

Tuesday 13 October to Friday 23 October

Navaratri & Vijaya Dashami

During the 9 day festival of Navaratri, the Divine Mother is worshipped.
The worship culminates in the day of Victory, Vijaya Dashami, on the tenth day.

Puja times:
6.00 pm: Saturday October 17 and Sunday October 18
7.30 pm: Friday October 16
8.00 pm: Wednesday October 14, Wednesday October 21
6.30 am: Tuesday October 13, Thursday October 15, Monday October 19, Tuesday October 20, Thursday October 22

Vijaya Dashami: 7.30pm Friday October 23

Navaratri & Vijaya Dashami

Monday November 9 at 6.30pm

Mahasamadhi of Swami Vishnudevananda

We celebrate the day when Swami Vishnudevananda left his physical body
and attained the highest level of consciousness.

Mahasamadhi of Swami Vishnudevananda

Wednesday November 11 at 8.00pm

Deepavali - Festival of Light

Deepavali denotes the triumph of light over darkness.
“This festival brings unity. It instils charity in the hearts of people” Swami Sivananda.
The programme includes a traditional ceremony with a South Indian priest.

Deepavali - Festival of Light
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