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May - June- July

2014


JSK members welcome to the new edition of the GHU magazine. New Committee structure - 2014. A new leadership and committee structure was agreed at the first committee meeting post 2013 AGM. Basically, the new structure releases the Governors and committee members to have holistic responsibilities and greater autonomy in areas where clear GHU objectives have been formally agreed. Also, In the spirit of empowering individuals within the committee to be more creative and taking on greater, non-legal, responsibilities; “Co-Op Governor” positions have been created. Below is a table of the new committee structure. Full Governors’ responsibilities

Co-opt Governors’ responsibilities

Bharatbhai Lukka: ATC/SMCC Grounds/ Divas Dance Club / Zumba Marketing – Social Media Volleyball -Sport

Pareshbahi Patel/Chandrakantbhai Chandarana/Babubhai Chandarana: Kitchen & Catering responsibilities.

Umeshbhai Nayee: Legal & Finance Kokilaben Patel: Head Of Governors Gujarati School – Education

Pravin Mistry: Vadil Kendra/Yoga Nainaben Nayee: First Aid Rohitbhai Patel: Fund collection

Dilipbhai Limbachia: Social & Youth

Hasmukhbhai Mulji: School & Coach Trips

Chandubhai Nayee: Religious & Mandir

Devenbhai Patel: Social Events

Priorities and working structure. With a large debt and a reducing income conundrum, focus and priority is again placed in three major areas which can generate large revenues; the Mandir, Apple Tree Community Centre and Kitchen. The leadership of these three areas have the greatest responsibilities and therefore will have the greatest say and budget allocation. General Volunteering. The GHU is a volunteer led organisation. We are fortunate to have so many volunteers who step up and support activities when needed. However, there is always a need for new volunteers. We strongly request our members to help in whatever way they can to keep the organisation thriving.

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Sanatan Darshan | May - June - July 2014


II Jai Shree Krishna Jai Sia Ram II

I will be supporting the Gurjar Hindu Union over the next one year as incoming Chairman of the organisation. In this period I would like to support the youth group, which is in its infancy, set up by dedicated youngsters. They have managed our ďŹ rst sponsored walk in Tilgate Park and I along with the full committee intend to support this event on an annual basis for it to form a key event in the GHU Youth calendar. Our outgoing chair has organised additional group activities with the youth group which will be announced in due course. Our youngsters are also involved in Bhajan Kirtans and I will also be supporting them with their projects. I will listen to their suggestions very keenly too. Our Governors are working away with their individual projects, I look forward be helping them facilitate these and brings changes in individual areas where necessary. My aim is to sit with individual of the Governors to familiarise myself with their work and support them where support is needed. As incoming Chair for this year my main focus will be to support and organise the planning of 2015 events with the help of our Ambassisors, Ashwinbhai and the Governors. 2015 celebrates the Appletree Centre’s 5yrs anniversary, we intend to acknowledge this milestone with activities throughout the year. I will be seeking support from all our Mandir supporters, GHU Youth Group , GHU Dance groups and outside groups who can make a difference and make 2015 a special year for us. Throughout the year I shall be communicating with past honorary members who have served the GHU and inviting them to become part of 2015 Celebrations together with Mandirs throughout UK. Ashwinbhai Soni is leading the 2015 Project and I request your support in giving him your input and contribution to festivities that lie ahead. I look forward to working with individual groups in our organisation and bringing about change where necessary over the coming year. Dilipbhai Limbahchia, has done a tremendous amount of work in last one year and I will continue to carry out all the projects he has started. Jai Shree Krishna Kokilaben Patel Chairperson Gurjar Hindu Union

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GHU Committee Structure 2014

The leadership and management of the Gurjar Hindu Union Sanatan Mandir and Community Centre (SMCC) is divided into nine departments (see below) and currently managed by eight of elected Governors. Kokiben Patel was the elected Chair of Governors for one year for 2014. GHU Governors liaise for strategic guidance with three influential businessmen, namely Kirtibhai Patel, Piyooshbhai Chotai and Illeshbhai Patel. They are known as the GHU Ambassadors. Each department may have Committee Members and/or Committed Volunteers. GHU is fortunate to have a substantial team of both these members together with other devoted members who are called upon as required. GHU Operations: Managing and running SMCC or Apple Tree Centre (ATC) as we are now called is a challenging task. All departments as below must run effectively and efficiently. With the current debt of £1.73 million prudent financial planning and careful management with no paid staff (except Shastriji) are critical for the sustainability of our Centre. GHU Committee: Like all organisations, GHU too is an evolving entity. New issues and challenges mean that Committee changes take place to meet the needs of our Centre. Our management structure is flexible to accommodate changing needs and the availabilities of a volunteer workforce. The table below shows the 2013 -14 Committee structure. The Governors and Committee members meet every Thursday evening to discuss and progress the work programme. Minutes of the meetings are taken by Pravin or Ashwin and circulated in a timely manner. For Committed Volunteers it is optional to attend Thursday meetings. The new system and structure has been running for four years. It is early days but we are very optimistic that 2014 would be another very successful year for GHU with all the religious, social and cultural programmes held successfully. This year we shall be actively inviting new faces to come and support GHU. If you would like to come and work and give Seva then please contact any Governor. or log on www:crawleyhindu.com

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Sanatan Darshan | May - June - July 2014


II Jai Shree Krishna I Jai Sia Ram I Jai Limbach Maa II Giving an insight of the achievement of the governing body of the Gurjar Hindu Union over the last year as a departing Chairman of the organisation. Over the last year a youth group has been setup by dedicated member’s namely Pranav Shukla, Chitra Shah, Krishna Bhojani, Satnam Singh Sidhu, Radhika Pattni and Jignesh Gadhvi. These members give self-esteem and a grounding base knowledge to our young members and their membership has been gradually growing. These youth members also managed our first sponsored walk in Tilgate Park and raised over £3000, making it an annual event with another one to be announced this August 2014. Due to the unprecedented devastation that took place last year in Uttarkhand, GHU raised over £2000 from devotees which was donated to AIM for Sewa via Jayendra Lakhani, who was in the area at that time. The donations have been put towards teaching widows to be self-sufficient by learning tailoring. We have started discussions with an exciting band for this year’s Navratri celebration, and will have an earlier insight of the bands performance as they have been booked to play at a few upcoming events. We have also started discussions with organisations in and around the south east to form a group where we help each other and organise events together to make them more successful. The next meeting is at the Mandir on the 6th of April 2014 at 6pm, so please lets us know of any groups that wish to join or let them know of our aim. Kokiben has done a tremendous job with the Gujaratri School and we have seen an increase in the GCSE take up and have subsequently increased the teachers to accommodate the rise in pupils. Haskumhbhai is another member who has put a great effort in looking after the schools visiting the Appletree Centre and is well versed with the briefing of Hinduism and answering very intelligent questions raised by the youngsters. Last year we had a tremendous fireworks display and a BIG thankyou to the youth group who organised the event, they were totally soaked by the end of the display, however there will be a Fireworks Display every Diwali at the Mandir and donations towards the cost will be greatly appreciated. PLEASE book you Chopra Pujan early this year to avoid disappointment. What a fantastic Diwali Show last year, thank you to the organising team and the participant’s and to all the members who supported the event, this year will be even better. It’s been a great year and we will be continuing with what I have started and wish Kokiben all the best for 2014 as Head of Governors. Dilipbhai Limbachia : Social & Youth

Gurjar Hindu Union

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GHU Vadil Kendra (Senior day care centre) Another eventful year was enjoyed by the elderly members of the GHU. The members of the Vadil Kendra club meet on Wednesdays and Fridays and enjoy an opportunity to socialise, play games and do light exercises. On Fridays a hot meal is available for members after the afternoon Aarti. During the summer months of 2013 the members went on day trips to Margate and Littlehampton. Members also have had several food parties with one at a local restaurant! To help members stay healthy, Dinaben Patel is running some light exercise sessions. And, for the ďŹ rst time, a free NHS Health Check pilot was conducted at the centre; we are planning to do more of these health type information and activity events for our elderly soon. For further information please contact Pravin Mistry on 07918613623. Pravin Mistry : Vadil Kendra , Gurjar Hindu Union

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Sanatan Darshan | May - June - July 2014


II Jai Shree Krishna, Jai Sia Ram Jai Ambe II

Annual General Meeting (AGM) : 15th of June 2014 at 2:00pm Gurjar Hindu formally gives this notice that an Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held at the Apple Tree Centre on the 15th of June 2014 at 2:00pm. AGENDA 1.

Presentation of Annual Report 2013 : Audited Accounts: Umeshbhai Nayee & treasury team

2.

Q&A: Accountant & treasury team

3.

Apple Tree Centre update : Kokilaben Patel Chairperson of Governors and Education & Training report and Plan

4.

2013/14 Fund Raising Report Plan: Dilipbhai Limbachia

5.

2013/14 Religious Report and plan: Chandubhai Nayee

6.

2013/14 Social Report & calendar: Devenbhai Patel

7.

2013/14: Vadil Kendra Report and plan: Pravinbhai Mistry

8.

2013/14: Sporting Report &Calendar: Dilipbhai and Bharatbhai

9.

2013/14: Youth Activities Report & Plan : Dilipbhai and Pranavbhai

10.

2013/14: Marketing, Events, Digital, Websites: Bharatbhai Lukka

11.

2015 planning 5th anniversary: Ashwinbhai Soni

12.

Q&A

13.

Election • Governors: 4 vacancies • Committee: 6 vacancies

14.

AOB:

If you wish to add or discuss further agenda items kindly write to the board by 1st June 2014.

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Sanatan Darshan | May - June - July 2014


Chandubhai Nayee : Religious & Mandir

Gurjar Hindu Union

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Bhajan Bhojan - Shreemant Small Party Package £611 (Cleaning including, £100 Deposit by cheque or credit card) Times & Options 1.00pm - 5.00pm or 4.00pm - 7.00pm Numbers : 200 people Anything over extra charges apply £2.80 per person per plate. Standard Menu : Rice, Puri, Daal or Kadhi, Ringlan - Batata Shaak, Lapsi - Sheero - Mithi Milk - Sev Changes to the menu we can accomodate For further information simply call Bharat Lukka 07967 339790 Chandubhai Nayee 01293 519130 or email bharatlukka@hotmail.com


Invitation

Shree Gayatri Mataji Chalit Pratistha Mahotsav  (Investiture of Shree Gayatri Mata Swaroop) Friday 30th May, Saturday 31st May & Sunday 1st June 2014   

 

 

Apple Tree Centre Gurjar Hindu Union (GHU) Ltd Sanatan Mandir, Ifield Avenue, Ifield, Crawley, RH11 0AF www.crawleyhindu.com

For further information please contact: Chandubhai Nayee: 07440 744 098 Bharat Lukka: 07967 339 790 Dilip Limbachia: 07808 932 858 Mandir: 01293 530105


Shree Gayatri Mataji Chalit   Pratistha Mahotsav   (Investiture of Shree Gayatri Mataji Swaroop)

Friday 30th May, Saturday 31st May &   Sunday 1st June 2014 Apple Tree Centre Gurjar Hindu Union (GHU) Ltd Sanatan Mandir, Ifield Avenue, Ifield, Crawley, RH11 0AF www.crawleyhindu.com

On behalf of Gurjar Hindu Union board of Governors and committee members we would heartily and humbly like to invite you , your family and friends to join in the celebrations of the installation of Shree Veda Mata Gayatri at the Sanatan Mandir in Crawley. Friday 30th May 2014  : 10:00 –14:00 – Dehshudi Ceremony 14:00 –15:00 – Maha Prashad This ceremony is important for purifying our body before carrying out the Murti Pratistha of the Mataji. The cleansing and the purifying of the body takes place through a yagna. 19:30 – 21:30 – We have an evening of Bhajans by Prabhu Bhajan Mandal and Crawley Youth Group. Saturday 31st May 2014 : 10:00 – 14:00 - Jala Yatra, Jalmatruka pujan, sapta samudra pujan 14.00 – 15.00 – Maha Prashad 15:00 – 17:00 – Gayatri Deep Yagya Sunday 1st June 2014 : 10:00 – 14:00 – Chalit Pratistha, Gayatri Yagya and1239 Shree Gayatri Mataji Murti Sthapan. 14:00 – 15:00 – Maha Prashad

Word for Word Meaning of the Gayatri Mantra Aum = Brahma ; bhoor = embodiment of vital spiritual energy(pran) ; bhuwah = destroyer of sufferings ; swaha = embodiment of happiness ; tat = that ; savitur = bright like sun ; varenyam = best choicest ; bhargo = destroyer of sins ; devasya = divine ; these first nine words describe the glory of God

dheemahi = may imbibe ; pertains to meditation dhiyo = intellect ; yo = who ; naha = our ; prachodayat = may inspire! “dhiyo yo na prachodayat” is a prayer to God Hence the Gayatri is unique in that it embodies the three concepts of stotra (singing the praise and glory of God), dhyaana (meditation) and praarthana (prayer).


Shree Gayatri Mataji Chalit   Pratistha Mahotsav   (Investiture of Shree Gayatri Mataji Swaroop)

Friday 30th May, Saturday 31st May &   Sunday 1st June 2014 Apple Tree Centre Gurjar Hindu Union (GHU) Ltd Sanatan Mandir, Ifield Avenue, Ifield, Crawley, RH11 0AF www.crawleyhindu.com

Sewa Application (please cross the correct box) Mukhya Yajman : £1151   Bhojan Datta / day : £1001  Phool Haar (Garlands) : £501   Samagri : £501 Gita Yagna Yajman : £101 Vagha (dressing) : £501  Abhishek : £25   

    Lotiji Utsav : £21   

    Aarti : £5

Payment:        Cash   

Cheque  (Payable   to GHU)  

  Credit Card

Signature:           Date:

Name: Address: Contact Number: Email address:  


Shrimad Bhagwat Gyan Yagna 11 August - 17 August 2014 RECITED BY SHREE RAJUBHAI SHASTRI OF MATHURA Venue : Sanatan Mandir, Crawley, RH11 0AF Katha Timing : 1pm – 4pm thereafter MAHAPRASAD Daily Yajman £351 including Mahaprasad We will be pleased to received your kind requests to be yajman for one day or more This katha is specially held to celebrate Yamunaji and Mahaprabhuji Swroop Padharamni in our Mandir

For Further information please contact: Chandubhai Nayee 01293 519130 or 07440744098


Congratulations to Ms. Monica Vaidya Year 10 - June (Summer) 2013 - OCR Board Gujarati : A * Gujarati : Listening - 100 a * Gujarati : Speaking - 100 a * Gujarati : Reading - 90 a * Gujarati : Writing 98 a * Gurjar Hindu Union (GHU) Ltd. | 01293 530 105 | crawleyhindu.com

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PUNDIT TRIKHA Learn vocal classical music on Tanpura, Harmonium and instrumental music on Sitar, Violine, Flute and Tabla or on another musical instrument of your choice.

Contact Pandit Trikha on 0208 640 4640


Fifth Anniversary Celebrations in 2015 Dear Members, Friends, Well-wishers, We would like to seek your help and support to organise and celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Crawley Sanatan Mandir and Community Centre, during 2015. This Anniversary celebration is going to be a great opportunity to raise the profile of Hinduism in the United Kingdom. For the 5th Anniversary celebrations we have ambitious plans and programs in mind throughout 2015. We are very keen to invite Pujya Morari Bapu, Pujya Bhaishree, other Saints, and high profile singers like Anup Jalotta and Pankaj Udhas, along with members from the Royal family, key political leaders, Stars and personalities from various fields. How you can help? • We are seeking direct help and support from individuals and organisations that can help us secure attendance of our religious leaders • We are seeking individuals and organisations that can help us secure attendance of members from the Royal family and key political leaders. • We are seeking individuals and organisations that can help us book high profile stars and entertainers • We are seeking individuals with general events planning and organisational skills • We are seeking general sewa volunteers To register your interest and area of speciality or expertise, please contact: Ashwinbhai Soni Email: ashel@hotmail.com : Mobile: 07833252551 Please do circulate the note/message to anyone else who could support. Jai Shree Krishna and best regards, GHU Board of Governors Note:The Gurjar Hindu Union is a voluntary led charity organisation formed in 1968. With the help of its many Members, Friends and Well-wishers, the GHU was able to realise its dreams when it opened Crawley’s purpose built Sanatan Temple and Community Centre in 2010. The GHU is passionate about the Hindu Dharma and successfully held Pujya Moraribapu Katha in 1992 and Pujya Bhaishree Kathas in 2007 and 2009 and for its’ grand opening ceremonies in 2010. For further information about the Gurjar Hindu Union, please visit: www.crawleyhindu.com Gurjar Hindu Union (GHU) Ltd. | 01293 530 105 | crawleyhindu.com

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2014 Mand ir daily activit ies

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Gujarati Scho o l

run every Saturday GHU Gujarati School pm 30 12. – am fro m 10.00

Divas Dance Gro up B o llywo o d – 3.00pm Every Saturday 1.00pm

Day Care Centre

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Yoga Classes

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bharatlukka@hotmail.com

07967 339790

www: crawleyhindu.com


Gurjar Hindu union Ltd - MEMBErSHiP aPPLiCation ForM 2011 4 Apple Tree Centre Gurjar Hindu Union (GHU) Ltd Sanatan Mandir, Ifield Avenue, Ifield, Crawley, RH11 0AF Tel: 01293 530105 Email: bharat@ghu.org.uk Web: www.crawleyhindu.com Sanatan Mandir & Community Centre, now a reality. 1. You can use this form for applying for new membership as well as renewal of existing membership. 2. Membership fees: £10.00 per annum per each British unit of family. (Husband, wife & 2 children aged 18 or below maybe added.) 3. Gurjar Hindu Union Committee reserves right of approving or disapproving any application. 4. Abuse of Union rules may lead to withdrawal of membership without any notice or disciplinary action will be taken. In any case no refund of membership free. 5. Change of address to be notified to the Secretary or Bharat Lukka bharat@ghu.org.uk 07967 339790 6. We may from time to time send you information about the work of GHU. If you do not wish to be contacted again please confirm to us in writing. 7. Membership fee maybe varied as and when requred by the GHU. 8. Information provided above will be used for MEMBERSHIP/GHU purposes only.

9. Please tick appropriate boxes wherever necessary & use CaPitaL letters.

Membership:

new

renewal

annual fee £:10.00

Paid by: Cash Cheque (Cheque payable to ‘GHU’) Please find enclosed payment towards above and note my following address details: Title: (Mr/Mrs/Miss/Dr):..........Surname:..............................Firstname:................................ Address:................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................... County:...........................................................Post Code:....................................................... Telephone:.....................................................Mobile:............................................................. E mail:...................................................................................................................................... Particulars of Family Name

Age

Relation

Married/Single Occupation

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In accordance with the provision of the Data Protection Act 1998 any personal data which is supplied to the Data Administrator,GHU, will be held in a secure database and used solely for the purpose of GHU.The information provided will not be passed to any third party. Information provided to Data Administrator will be subject toreview annually by the Data Administrator. You will be deemed to have accepted this declaration if you have signed this form.

I agree to abide by the Union rules if my membership is accepted. Signature: ………………………………………………..........................(Head of Family) FOR GHU OFFICE USE ONLY: Receipt No:...........................Date:....................Amount:£10.00......Database/Gift Aid records updated:................. Form revised January 2011


Apple Tree  Running  Costs  

Monthly  

Monthly  Outgoings      

Actual

Projected

2012

2014

1 Gas/Electric/Water  

EDF

£                            936.00    

£                            982.80    

2 Insurance-­‐Apple  Tree  Centre  

Ecclesiastical

£                            417.00    

£                            437.85    

3 Stipend  

£                            400.00    

£                            400.00    

4 Health  &  Welfare  

£                            200.00    

£                            200.00    

5 Transport  &  Misc  

£                                50.00    

£                                50.00    

6 Bank  Loan    Cost  

Barclays

£                      3,619.00    

£                      9,927.88    

7 Bank  charges  &  Commission  

Barclays

£                                50.00    

£                                52.50    

8 Tel/Broadband/Internet  

£                                62.00    

£                                65.10    

9 ATC  Maintenance  

various

£                            276.00    

£                            289.80    

10 ATC  Waste  &  Cleaning  Etc  

various

£                            100.00    

£                            105.00    

11 Religious    &  Event  Expenses  

various

£                      1,875.00    

£                      1,968.75    

12 Accountants  &  Audit  

various

£                            250.00    

£                            262.50    

13 Legal  &  Professional    

various

£                            700.00    

£                            250.00    

14 Printing  &  Postage  

£                            645.00    

£                            677.25    

15 Catering  

£                            475.00    

£                            498.75    

16 Social  

£                            460.00    

£                            483.00    

17 Equipment  maintenance  

£                            100.00    

£                            105.00    

18 Misc  

£                            100.00    

£                            105.00    

£  12,727.00    

£  18,874.18    

Bharatbhai Lukka Chandubhai Nayee Kokilaben Patel

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GHU Board of Governors Dilipbhai Limbachia Umeshbhai Nayee

Sanatan Darshan | May - June - July 2014


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Sanatan Darshan | May - June - July 2014


Forthcoming Events in 2014

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13-Apr-14

Sunday

Mahavir Jayanthi

15-Apr-14

Tuesday

Hanuman Jayanti

18-Apr-14

Friday

Good Friday

21-Apr-14

Monday

Easter Monday

17-May-14

Saturday

Bharat Bhagat Dwarkdish Katha

18-May-14

Sunday

Bharat Bhagat Dwarkdish Katha

19-May-14

Monday

Bharat Bhagat Dwarkdish Katha

20-May-14

Tuesday

Bharat Bhagat Dwarkdish Katha

21-May-14

Wednesday

Bharat Bhagat Dwarkdish Katha

22-May-14

Thursday

Bharat Bhagat Dwarkdish Katha

23-May-14

Friday

Bharat Bhagat Dwarkdish Katha

23-May-14

Saturday

Bharat Bhagat Dwarkdish Katha

30-May-14

Friday

Shree Gayatri Mata Chalit Pratista

31-May-14

Saturday

Shree Gayatri Mata Chalit Pratista

01-Jun-14

Sunday

Shree Gayatri Mata Chalit Pratista

10-Jun-14

Tuesday

Vat Savitri starts

12-Jun-14

Thursday

Vat Savitri Ends

15-Jun-14

Sunday

GHU Annual General Meeting

29-Jun-14

Sunday

Rath Yatra

Sanatan Darshan | May - June - July 2014


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Shri Sanatan Mandir (Various seva information for Devotees)

FOR ALL SEVEN MANDIRS:

GANPATI MANDIR:

Whole day seva

• Durva Pooja - £1001 • Ganesh Atharvashirsh Abhishek - £1001 • Chaturthi Pooja - £101 • Angaraki Pooja - £101 • Ganesh Utsav (bhardrapad mas) - £1001

• Mangal bhog • Raj bhog Shayan bhog • Pushpa seva Dhwaja Ropan (lifetime)

- £501

LAXMI NARAYANA, RAM DARBAR, RADHA KRISHNA: • • • • •

Ram navmi Utsav Janmastami Utsav Dipawali Annakut Mota Annakut Satya Narayan Katha

HANUMANJI MANDIR: - £1001 - £1001 - £1001 - £1001 - £501

AMBAJI MANDIR: • Chandipath • Mataji yagna

- £101 - £501

SHIVALAYA: • • • •

Ruddrabhishek Laghurudra Shravan mas Monday pooja Maha shivratri chaturyam (entire day) pooja

- £15 - £101 - £51 - £1001

BHAJAN BHOJAN: • Package

- £651

• Hanuman Chalisa 108 path • Saturday puja • Hanumant yagna

- £1001 - £51 - £101

For more information or to book please call Chandubhai Nayee on 01293 530 105 or email bharat.lukka@hotmail.com Apple Tree Cente, Sanatan Mandir Ifield Avenue, Ifield, Crawley, RH11 OAF Website: crawleyhindu.com Facebook.com/AppleTreeCentre

Sanatan Darshan May-July 2014  

JSK members welcome to the new edition of the GHU magazine. Sanatan Darshan May-July 2014

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