Day 1 Monday 6 June 2016 3 – 5pm Deh Sudhi (Das Vidhi Snaan and Yajña) 6.30 – 7pm Shobha Yatra (Kalash Participants need to register) 7 – 7.30pm Daily evening Ārtī 7.30 – 9pm Cultural Performance 9.00pm Dinner Served Day 2 Tuesday 7th June 2016 3 – 6pm Ganesh…
7.30pm – 9.30pm, 14th to 18th February 2016 Shri Ram Mandir, 11 Brick Street, Henderson Maha Prasad Provided Everyday. All Welcome! For More Info Call (09) 836 4647
PERFORMERS: Fiji Hanuman Chalisa Parivaar Grant Macredie Jai Ho Boyz Kishan Shivram & Family Mahavir Ramayan Mandali North Shore Ramayan Mandali Pooja Musical Group Avneel Prasad & Friends Pt Anil Sharma Pt Dinesh Prasad Semwal Pushpanjali Group NZ Ram Krishn Mandir Ramneek Ramayan Mandali Saraswati Sursargam Music School Shiv Shakti…
Beautiful Preeti Vardhanam Katha recited by Achal Krishna Prabhu on Friday followed by Kirtan by Krishna Rocks. Jai Shri Krishna. Posted by Shri Ram Mandir NZ on Sunday, 20 December 2015
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Welcome to Shri Ram Mandir!
Shri Ram Mandir Charitable Trust was established in September 2011, among others, to build a community centre and a place of worship for people of Hindu religion in West Auckland, New Zealand. This also happens to be the first community initiative for a Community Centre of its type in West Auckland for the benefit of general public and community at large.
While providing a place of worship for all Hindus, it also pledges to promote and enhance community well-being through community service, education and other necessary services to the community to address its various needs.
The Mandir Program Schedule
Open: 7.30am to 8.30pm
Arati: 8.15am and 7.00pm
Bhagavan Shayan (altar CLOSED): from 12.00pm to 4.00pm (weekdays only)
Weekends and Public Holidays the Mandir is open from 7.30am to 8.30pm
Mondays we have Shiv Abhisheka – 6.15pm to 7.00pm
Tuesdays – Ramayana by various Mandalis and Groups from 7.30pm
Friday – Kirtan by various groups from 7.30pm
Saturday – Hanuman Chalisa by various groups from 7.30pm
Sunday – Bhagavad Katha from 10.30am to 11.30am followed by Arati and maha-prasad