Geeta Jayanti 2018 – 3 days to go!

Jai Shree Krishna. Jai Gurudev.

 

Just 3 days to go as  we embark on our journey through the Bhagavad Geeta from 01.12.2018!
We would like to invite each and everyone to join us for this wonderful celebration!

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Geeta Jayanti 2018 – 4 days to go!

Jai Shree Krishna. Jai Gurudev.

4 days to go till we start our Geeta Jayanti Celebrations on 01.12.2018!

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Geeta Jayanti 2018

Geeta Jayanti 2018

Jai Shree Krishna. Jai Gurudev. 

We would like to invite each an everyone to join us as we celebrate the anniversary when Bhagawan Shree Krishna delivered the Srimad Bhagavad Geeta to Arjuna more than 5 thousand years ago.

Geeta Jayanti will be celebrated daily for 18 days, from 1st December – 18 December 2018, from 7pm – 9pm. There will be recitation of one chapter daily, with commentary followed by Prithi Bhojan. Please note that on Sundays, Geeta Jayanti will be from 11am to 1pm, replacing our regular Sunday satsangs.

On Geeta Jayanti Day, Tuesday, 18th December, a Havan will also be conducted from 9am – 1pm.

This is indeed a wonderful, blessed opportunity to go through the whole Bhagavad Geeta, a day at a time.

Enclosed below are the details of hosts and respective speakers for each day.

We truly look forward to having all of you with us.

Jai Shree Krishna 

Shrimad Bhagavad Puran Katha Saptaham: 3 days to go!

We are truly looking forward to a blissful week listening to the Shrimad Bhagavad Puran conducted in English by  Prabhu Yagneshwar Das. All are welcome to join us!

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Benefits of listening to the Shrimad Bhagavad Puran

Just 4 days left for an opportunity of a lifetime – to be able to listen to the Shrimad Bhagavad Puran conducted in English by  Prabhu Yagneshwar Das. We would like to invite each and everyone to join us!

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Shrimad Bhagavad Puran Katha Saptaham: The Countdown Begins!

 

 

The Shrimad Bhagavad Puran is one of Hinduism’s eighteen great Puranas. Originally written in Sanskrit, it tells the stories and pastimes of Lord Krishna, thus inculcating love and devotion for the Lord. 

Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to listen to the Shrimad Bhagavad Puran Katha by Prabhu Yagneshwar Das, conducted in English at Geeta Ashram Malaysia. Come and transport yourself to Brindavan for 7 blissful days 🙂

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Thursdays with Ashok – Lessons 42 & 43

Chapter 6 has now begun!! 🙂

Lessons 42 and 43 covering the first 8 verses of the chapter are now up and can be accessed here!

JSK.

Thursdays With Ashok – Lesson 3

Last Thursday, we covered Chapter 1 Verse 20 – Verse 27

Here is the audio clip from last week:

Enjoyyyy! 😀

 

Thursdays With Ashok – Lesson 2

Last Thursday (18.09.2014), we started off with Chapter 1 and covered Verses 1 – 19.

Here is the audio clip from last week’s class!

As Uncle Ashok mentioned at the very end, Verse 20 is the turning point of the Mahabharat – we do look forward to having all of you join us for class next Thursday! 🙂

For the audio clip from the previous lesson, click here.

JSK.

Janmashtami 2014

Lord Krishna's Birthday

We are all GEARED up for Janmashtami 2014!

We do hope you can all join us! 😀 😀 😀

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