Shubh Navratri!

The Geeta Ashram Youth would like to wish one and all a blessed Navratri! 🌹🙏🏻 May Matarani’s blessings be upon all of us 🙏🏻

Matarani at Geeta Ashram Malaysia

We would like to invite all devotees to join us for Durga Stuti Path from 2pm – 4.30pm starting today, daily until 18.10.2018

Click here for more details!

Maha Navratri Puja 2018: 3 days to go!

Jai Mata Di.

The reading of Durga Stuti is part of Navratri celebrations in honor of Divine Mother Goddess Durga. Goddess Durga is the power expressed through all the gods, united in her – the source of righteousness and all worlds!

Join us during these auspicious 9 days of Navratri:

Day 1: 10/10 Wednesday

Sharma Parivaar.

Day 2: 11/10 Thursday

Geeta Ashram Sisters

Day 3: 12/10 Friday

Mdm.Kamla Jethi & family.

Day 4: 13/10 Saturday

Subang Sisters

Day 5: 14/10 Sunday

Klang Group

Day 6: 15/10 Monday

Shakuntala & Rajinder

Day 7: 16/10 Tuesday

Ramesh & Rita Verma

Day 8: 17/10 Wednesdvay

Mrs. Sangita & family

Day 9: 18/10 Thursday

Mrs. Sushma Sharma & family

For more information please call Kiran Agarwal at +60129160224.

🙏🏻Jai Durga Mata🙏🏻


Happy Raksha Bandhan

What Raksha Bandhan is and What it Means to Me

by Namita Soni

It’s that time of the year again where mothers remind their daughters to start preparing trays lined with sacred threads and their sons to save up their money. Why? Because today, Sunday is the auspicious day of Raksha Bandhan. This occasion is usually celebrated on the last day of the Hindu Lunar Calendar which usually happens to be August. It has been observed in my family ever since I could remember. Every year, without fail, I will find myself tying rakhis for my brothers, giving them hugs and then waiting for my presents. I’ve seen my mother doing the same, even going to the extent of sending the rakhis overseas to her brothers whom she could not tie for in person.

As I grew older, the significance of Raksha Bandhan was explained to me. I understood that tying the thread signifies the bond between the siblings, the love and joy shared. In turn, the brother vows to protect his sister, regardless of whether she’s the older one or the younger one. So why celebrate? What’s the big deal? Well, the history of Raksha Bandhan goes back decades, with countless tales of how it came to be. One of the most special ones is about how Krishna had cut his finger and Draupadi had ripped a strip of cloth from her saree and tied it around his wrist to stanch the bleeding. Touched by the gesture, Lord Krishna vowed to protect her.

Eventually, over time, it became a very significant tradition and with all the tales and stories blending in together, Raksha Bandhan became a holy occasion where we tie rakhis around the wrists of our brothers to celebrate our relationship and togetherness with them. So, if we can celebrate Teacher’s Day, Mother’s Day and even Children’s Day, why not celebrate the bonds we have with our siblings? Thank them and remind them that you’ll always be by their side, no matter if distance or years were to separate them. That’s how I feel about it. It’s not even about what I get in return anymore, but the fact that after everything, I can always rely on my big brother to help me out and protect me if I can’t handle myself. So, here’s wishing Happy Raksha Bandhan to all my brothers and thanking them for all the years protecting me and spoiling me. Wouldn’t be here without my bhaiya ❤

Geeta Ashram Youth would like to wish one and all a Happy Raksha Bandhan 🙂

Chaitra Navratri 2018: Shubh Jyotha

Jai Mata Di!
Shubh Jyotha 🙂 

We would like to wish each and everyone a Happy Jyotha!

Celebration of Jyotha at home

Here are some pictures from our Durga Stuti Path held yesterday 🙂 

For those who would still like to come and receive Mata Rani’s Darshan.. it’s not too late! We still have two more days of Durga Stuti Path today and tomorrow – starting at 2pm! 🙂
More details here!

Chaitra Navratri – Day 1 today!

Jai Mata Di 

We would like to wish each and every one a very Happy Navratri! May Matarani’s blessings be with you always!

Today we had day 1 of our Durga Stuti Path 🙂 Here are some pictures from today’s prayers.

Day 1 Chaitra Navratri 2018

Ladies dressed in Orange on Day 1 of Navratri 🙂

We look forward to having you with us for the rest of the days! Click here for details 🙂


Holi 2018 – #astateofholiness: 4 days to go!

Just 4 days to go and we have paparazzi on the loose!

Let the most talented eye in the industry capture your next profile picture. JD ARTS is our official photographer.



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Holi 2018 – #astateofholiness: 5 days to go!


Just 5 days left to go!

We are SO excited!!

Holi welcomes spring and is a North Indian cultural event to be held at the ashram grounds, a place of worship. Please do note some of the basic house rules to observe at the event.


Everyone is welcome to join us on their own accord and the ashram management or event organizers will not be liable for any damages or losses of any kind.
Please do care for yourself and fellow Holi-gans.

Looking forward to seeing all of you there! 😀 😀 😀


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