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May 2018

Savitri Pooja

15 May
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Galungan – Bali Hindu Festival commemorating triumph of Hinduism in Bali

30 May

Galungan is a major Balinese holiday when Balinese Hindus commemorate the legendary battle of good versus evil, or the triumph of the spread of Hinduism in Bali. Offerings and prayers take place at family shrines and village temples.  It is calculated according to the 210-day Balinese pawukon calendar and takes place on the Wednesday (Buda) of the eleventh week (Dunggulan). According to tradition, the spirits of the dead descend from heaven, to return ten days later on Kuningan.

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June 2018

Balinese Hindu Kuningan day

9 June

July 2018

Puri Rath Yatra

14 July

By: Madya Lila May the Lord's blessings be upon you on the auspicious day of Puri Ratha Yatra. In the holy city of Jagannatha Puri, the Supreme Lord resides within His ancient temple by the shores of the sea. Once every year, during the rainy season, Lord Jagannatha (Lord Krishna), along with His elder brother Balarama and His younger sister Subhadra come out of the temple to ride on magnificent chariots in a grand parade to the Sri Gundicha temple.…

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Guru Purnima

27 July

By:Madya Lila.  Happy Guru Purnima! Celebrated as the appearance day of Srila Vyasadeva, one of the most revered Gurus and the compiler of the Vedas, Guru Purnima is the auspicious day to honour our spiritual guides.  Throughout India and in Hindu communities around the world, disciples offer Guru Puja (worship) and express their gratitude to their Guru. Special celebrations are held to recite the scriptures authored by Vyasadeva, accompanied by the singing of hymns, bhajans and kirtan. The system of…

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August 2018

Nag Panchami

15 August
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Varalakshmi Vrat

24 August
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Onam

24 August
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Raksha Bandhan

26 August
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September 2018

Krishna Janmashtami

2 September
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Janmashtami celebration in Sydney

2 September @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Riverbank Primary School Hall, 25 Wentworth St, The Ponds, 25 Wentworth St
The Ponds, NSW Australia
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 Sunday 2nd Sept 2018 from 5 pm to 9 pm   contact  Tara sharma 0409 981 355   Dilip Bajaj 0421 127 947

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Ganesh Chaturthi

13 September
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Vishwakarma Puja

17 September
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October 2018

Mahalaya Amavasya

8 October

Mahalaya Amavasya is the day of remembrance for expressing gratitude to our forefathers. Mahalaya Amavasya is traditionally an important time for spiritual practices and reading the scriptures is very beneficial on this day.  On this day, we can pray for the well being of our departed family members and remember them with love.

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Navaratri begins

10 October

Navaratri begins today! Navaratri is the festival of nine nights and it is celebrated in a variety of ways throughout India. Some devotees fast and others feast. Some revere the Mother Goddess or different aspects of her, while others revere avatars of Vishnu, particularly Lord Rama. The Navaratri is celebrated as the Durga Puja festival in West Bengal. It is the most important annual festival to Bengali Hindus, and a major social and public event in eastern and northeastern states…

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