Janmashtmi & Nand Utsav
Thursday, 25 Aug 2016 Saturday, 27 Aug 2016
Come and celebrate the birth of Lord Shree Krishna, who manifested on earth thousands of years. Krishna was an incarnation of Lord Vishnu who came to the world to get rid of all evil demons.
This day will be celebrated in the mandir with a host of devotional festivities.
Janmastmi - Thu, 25th August
- Celebrations start from 7pm
- Drama performance from 7pm
- Pragatya Aarti 8pm
- Maha Prashad from 6pm - 9pm
Nand Utsav - Sat, 27th August
- Celebrations start from 2pm
- Fun Games and Workshops from 2pm
- Matki Phod 4pm
- Maha Prashad from 5pm - 8pm
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
About Lord Krishna
According to our Holy Scriptures, the birth of Lord Krishna took place under extraordinary circumstances. Krishna was an incarnation of Lord Vishnu who came to the world to get rid of all evil demons. He was born at midnight stroke on a dark, rainy night to 'Devaki' and 'Vasudev' who had been imprisoned by Devaki's brother Kansa. It had been foretold that the eighth son of Devaki would kill the evil king Kansa. Upon hearing this prophesy, Kansa had his sister put into prison. He killed her 6 children (7th child was Balaram who's embryo was transfered into Vasudev's first wife Rohini's womb by Yogmaya) one by one but when Krishna was born (the 8th Child), there was divine intervention to save the life of baby Krishna. The guards had fallen into deep slumber and were unable to inform their master about the new born child. Read more...