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November 4, 2022 @ 7:30 pm - 8:15 pmFree
Utthana Ekadasi – Friday 4 November 2022
As part of the daily Krishna Pastimes for Kartik series between 6:30pm and 7pm, on Ekadasi days, a special talk will be given.
Life is filled with unexpected challenges. These challenges come from all directions and affect our bodies, minds and lives in so many ways. When challenges come they test our wit, resilience, adaptability and beliefs. Some we are able to tackle and some we end up surrendering to. But there is always a silver lining to every cloud.
The scriptures say that a devotee always finds opportunities to connect with Krishna in every situation. With this in mind, Bhaktivedanta Manor is running an initiative called Bhakti-Janani – ‘Enlivening our devotion’.
In these programs we will:
- Extol the Glories of Ekadasi
- Chant Krishna’s holy names
- Worship Nrisimhadeva for protection
This is a wonderful opportunity to receive incredible spiritual benedictions, spiritual protection and spiritual support from Krishna’s holy names, whatever situation we find ourselves in.
Join us Every Ekadasi to chant Krishna’s holy names for your spiritual growth and protection.
7:30pm-8:15pm Talk on Ekadasi / Prayers for Protection
Submit your prayers
Bhakti Janani seeks that silver lining in all circumstances. Whether it be challenging or enlivening situations, we welcome you to send in your prayers for every scenario. These can range from:
– Remembering the departed
– Seeking health and recovery
– Celebrating an occasion like career achievements, birthdays, anniversaries, other landmark events
– And of course general well-being
Please click the button below and fill in the Prayer form, giving details of your prayers.
List of Ekadasi’s in 2022
Friday 4 November Utthana Ekadasi
Saturday 19 November Utpanna Ekadasi
Saturday 3 December Mokshada Ekadasi
Monday 19 December Saphala Ekadasi
Frequently asked questions
No ticket is required. Free for all to attend.
Yes. Free parking will be available all day.
Sat-Nav: WD25 8HE
Note: Entrance to temple is via Hilfield Lane only. There is no entrance to the temple through Letchmore Heath village. For driving, use approximate driving postcode WD25 8HE and follow road signs. Do not use WD25 8EZ, as this will lead you to a nearby village.
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