Wednesday, 22 Oct 2014
Come and join us on Kali Chaudas for the chance to offer prayers and worship unto the Son of the Wind-God (Pavan-Putra) Hanuman. This years Poojan will be held on Wednesday 22nd October and will begin at 7.30pm.
- Poojan Timings
- Poojan will commence at 7.30pm
Please note that all Poojan materials will be provided by the temple. Any donation towards the Poojan can be given at the venue.
Listen to Hanuman Bhajan
Kali means dark and Chaudas means 14th i.e. The Dark Fourteenth. This day is also referred to as Narakchaturdashi and Roopchaturdashi.
In the 85th verse (slokh) of the Shikshapatri, Lord Shree Swaminarayan instructs His devotees to chant prayers of Hanuman in times of distress from spirits and ghosts.
On this day, Hanuman is venerated with oil, flowers, sandalwood and sindoor. Coconuts and food items made with sesame seeds, rice with ghee and sugar are also offered as part of the veneration.
We ask for his benediction to attain the devotion and firm fidelity towards our Ishtdev Lord Shree Swaminarayan.
How to get here
If you are coming to the Mandir by public transport, please use the Transport for London website for best route options.
For directions by car, please visit our contact page for more information.
Shree Swaminarayan Temple, Dharma Bhakti Manor
Middlesex, HA7 4LF
Tel. (020) 8954 0205