A Note to our Namadwaar Family

Every year we celebrate Sri Swamiji’s Jayanthi by organising various events.

Considering the pandemic situation and the government protocols this year, if you desire to do some activity towards Sri Swamiji’s Jayanthi (14.11.2020) celebrations, we request you to extend necessary support and help to the families affected by Corona pandemic or help individuals who have lost their jobs – only if possible and to the extent possible, and by completely adhering to the Government regulations.

Apart from the above mentioned activities, no other activities or events are to be organised in Namadwaars or in public places to celebrate Sri Swamiji’s Jayanthi this year.

On the day of Jayanthi, there will not be any function or special event in our ashram or elsewhere.

Sri Swamiji has conveyed his blessings to various Nama relays which have been organised, where devotees chant Mahamantra from their homes.

Radhe Radhe

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  • S Balasubramanian October 17, 2020, 8:53 pm

    Radhe Radhe. Guruve Saranam

  • Sridharan October 17, 2020, 9:51 pm

    Noted ji. Will do

    Jai gurunath

    Sridharan

  • V.S.Venghateshkumar October 17, 2020, 10:58 pm

    Jai Gurunath

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