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19/07/2015 | London Rath Yatra | Shree Swaminarayan Temple Harrow and Stanmore Temple have jointly organised the celebration of the Rath Yatra festival on Sunday 19th July from 11.00am. All devotees are requested to gather at Harrow Temple for Poojan and Maha Aarti at 11am; from there, everyone will | More info | Read more

12/07/2015 | Kamla Ekadashi | The Ekadashi that falls in Adhik month is called Kamla Ekadashi. The main deity are lord Shree Purushottam. The rest of the rituals are that to be followed in Adhik month.

16/07/2015 | Darsh Amavaasya |

17/07/2015 | Rath Yatra | Rath Yatra symbolizes many stories of Lord Krishna's travels on a chariot, the most popular one being the story of Jaganaath Puri. On this day Jaganaath, as Lord Krishna is known, expressed his wishes to visit His birthplace once every year. This festival is celebrated all over India Watch LIVE | More info | Read more

25/07/2015 | Shree Hari Jayanti |

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Recent events

28/03/2015 | Ramnavmi & Swaminarayan Jayanti
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff celebrated Ram Navmi and Swaminarayan Jayanti on Saturday 28th March 2015 Read more | Pictures »


01/03/2015 | Saint David's Day
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff took part in the parade to celebrate Saint David's Day on Sunday 1st March 2015 Pictures »


17/02/2015 | Maha Shivratri
Maha Shivratri Read more | Pictures »


24/01/2015 | Vasant Panchmi, Shikshapatri Jayanti
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