Hanuman Jayanti Celebrations at Geeta Ashram

Jai Hanumanji🙏🏻

We are truly grateful to so many for such a wonderful Hanuman Jayanti Celebration 😃

Panditji truly recited the Sunderkand Path so beautifully, and the energy was just amazing!

Here are some moments from today!

Janmashtmi 2017 – 1 day to go!

It’s less that 24 hours away to Janmashtmi and we are just absolutely thrilled and excited!!!

Here’s a behind the scenes montage – a preview of what’s in store tomorrow!!


Looking forward to seeing everyone at Geeta Ashram tomorrow!

Click here for our Janmasthmi Programme


Geeta Jayanti Celebrations

Geeta Jayanti Celebrations

26th November to 13th December 2013 @ Geeta Ashram Malaysia


“sarvopanishado gavo, dogdha gopala nandana, partho vatsah sudhir bhokta, dugdam geetamartam mahat”

All the Upanishads are cows, the milker is Krishna the cowherd Boy, Partha (Arjuna) is the calf, men of intellect are the drinkers, the milk is the supreme nectar of the Geeta

Geeta Jayanti is the birthday of the Bhagavad Geeta – the day Lord Krishna gave this immortal message to Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra. This year, Geeta Jayanti falls on 13th December 2013. 

Every year, Geeta Ashram Malaysia celebrates Geeta Jayanti by having an 18 – day programme, with one chapter of the Geeta being recited every day, followed by a discourse on that chapter. 

During this time of the year, the youth help out by ensuring that the Geeta verses and lyrics to the bhajans and aartis are up on the projector so that every devotee is able to follow the satsang. Our younger children take turns to lead in the recitation of chapter 12 and also of our Krishna Aarti at the end of the satsang. Additionally, older children of the ashram also participate by giving the discourse on a particular chapter for some of the days. 

Do join us for Janmashtmi this year at GA Malaysia @ Petaling Jaya!

Satsangs are held 7pm – 9pm followed by dinner every day,
Except Sundays 11am – 1pm followed by lunch. 

For more information on our Geeta Jayanti Celebrations, click here!