Diwali 2019

We would like to invite you to join us in celebrating the auspicious festival of Diwali. We will gather at our temple on 27 October at 15:00 to start the celebrations. The details are –

Please bring a vegetarian dish to share in Prasad, please feel free to bring own fireworks,

Venue – Acle New Road, Great Yarmouth, NR 13 3 QE

Schedule – 15:00-Arrival, 15:15 – Pooja and sangeet, 17:30 – Fireworks, 18:00 Prasad, 18:30 – Finish

RSVP: vedicculture1@gmail.com

Looking forward to seeing you with family and friends at our Temple.

Lohri Celebrations – 13 January 2019

Observed to celebrate the new harvest season. Lohri is the first hindu festival of the year. Essentially termed as the festival of the farmers in Northern India, during lohri farmers thank the almighty for a good harvest and seek blessings for the future. In other parts of the country it is oberved under different names : Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Makar Sankranti in Bengal, Bihar and UttarPradesh, Bihu in Assam and Tai Pongal in Kerela.


Karvachauth 27 October 2018

Please join to celebrate pious Karva Chauth Celebrations at Temple in all Your Razzling dazzling attires.
An evening to mark Fasting and Feasting with all the Glitz and Glam.We look at it as a tradition also to welcome all new families in area so please share invite to them and bring them along
Programme for the evening-
Arrival & Intro :5.30pm
Vrat Katha and Karva at 6pm
Following musical evening till moon rise and then a sumptuous shared meal to open fast. Please bring a dish ( without garlic or onion) to share and let us know numbers attending .

Looking forward to your company.

Amritvani at the Temple – Tuesday 16th October

We are holding a  Amritvani evening. Amrit means life giving nectar and Vani means sound. The beautiful bhajans and songs will have the effect of providing nectar for your soul.

You are cordially invited on Tuesday 16th October from 19:00 to 21:00 at the –

The Temple

Acle New Road

Tunstall

Great Yarmouth

NR13 3QE

Durga Pujo – 5:00 pm, 13 October 2018

It gives us great pleasure to host the Durga Pujo for the first time at our Temple. Durga Pujo is the same celebration as Navratri but with a different name. This is celebrated by our bengali friends and is the biggest festival of the year in West Bengal. The Durga Jhanki’s are a work of art and each locality takes pride in creating a scene to outcompete the other.