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PaapMochini Ekadashi - Tuesday 13th March

PaapMochini Ekadashi: Falgun Vad Ekadashi

King Yudhishthir asked, "O Shree Krishna! Please narrate me the significance of Ekadashi falling in the dark fortnight of the month of Falgun. What are the rewards of fasting on this Ekadashi."

Bhagwan Shree Krishna replied, "O King Yudhishthir! Falgun Vad Ekadashi is called PaapMochini Ekadashi. King Mandhata once asked Sage Lomash to narrate him the significance of PaapMochini Ekadashi. Let Me reiterate the same once again."

Sage Lomash replied to King Mandhata, "O king! The Ekadashi falling in the dark fortnight of Falgun is called PaapMochini, meaning, it can dispel one's all sins. Undertaking its Vrat enables one to fulfil all his desires. Indeed, one can even become free from the life of spirits by observing its Vrat. Let me narrate an example of a miracle of observing the Vrat of PaapMochini Ekadashi."

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RamNavami & Swaminarayan Jayanti - Sunday 25th March

RamNavami & Swaminarayan Jayanti - Chaitra Sud Navami

Almighty, omnipresent, omniscience and cause of all causes Bhagwan manifested twice on this pious and one of the most holy day of Hindu calendar.

Manifestation (Avatar) of Lord Ram was in the form of the ideal king/person. To Him the promise was bigger than anything and everything. There was a king Dasharath of Ayodhya. He had three queens and four sons. Ram from eldest queen Kaushalya, Laxman and Shatrughna from middle queen Sumitra and Bharat from the youngest queen Kaikeyi. When all princes came of the age, King Dasharath, in consultation with elder statesmen, decided to appoint Lord Ram as the next king. By this time, Lord Ram had married Sita, princess of Videh and daughter of King Janak.

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PashanKusha Ekadashi - Saturday 20th October

PashanKusha Ekadashi - Aso Sud Ekadashi

King Yudhishthir asked Bhagwan, "O Shree Krishna! Please tell me the name and significance of the Ekadashi that falls in the Sud fortnight of Aso."

Shree Krishna Bhagwan replied, "O king! This Ekadashi is known as 'PashanKusha Ekadashi', Vrat of which dispels all sins. Bhagwan Narayan's another form, Bhagwan Padnabh should be worshipped on this Ekadashi.

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Diwali & New Year Celebrations 2018

Wishing you and your family a very Happy Diwali and Prosperous New Year!

May Lord Shree Swaminarayan shower his immense blessings on you and your family and fill your life with joy and great happiness and make all your wishes come true for the coming year ahead.

04/11/2018 - Rama Ekadashi Fast
04/11/2018 - Vagh Baras
05/11/2018 - Dhan Teras
06/11/2018 - Shree Hanuman Poojan, Kali Chaudas
07/11/2018 - Diwali, Laxmi Poojan from 7pm
08/11/2018 - Ankoot, Govardhan Poojan, New Year 2075
09/11/2018 - Bhai Beej

Ankoot Darshan will be from 8:00am - 7:00pm and Aarti will be at 11:00am
London Mayor Sadiq Khan will be visiting from 9:00am - 9:40am

Important parking information reminder

Diwali parking arrangements have been made to accommodate devotees on New Years Day. Please proceed to temple through Willesden Lane onto Deerhurst Road and drop-off passengers outside the temple. Parking Stewards will give further instructions on parking. Please be aware no parking should be made on resident bays including bays on Chatsworth Road between the hours of 10.00am and 15.00pm. 

We would like to request devotees to use public transport & car share where possible.

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