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Rama Navami: Swansea
Rama Navami: Swansea

Rama Navami: Swansea

Appearance day of Lord Rama!

TIME & LOCATION

17 Apr 2024, 18:30 – 20:30

Swansea, Govinda's, 8 Craddock St, Swansea SA1 3EN, UK

ABOUT

Please join us for an evening of  Kirtan, pastimes, traditional dance & a beautiful feast!

Lord Rama, a powerful and revered incarnation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, manifested on Earth to serve as the epitome of an ideal king. His divine appearance took place in the Treta-yuga, an era that dates back beyond two million years.

Throughout His terrestrial activities, Lord Rama embodied high ethical standards and showcased the epitome of several roles - the perfect son, an exemplary student, a devoted brother, a loving husband, and an esteemed King. His exceptional journey, filled with challenges, heroism, and divine acts, is vividly and poetically narrated in the celebrated epic, The Ramayana.

Rama Navami, the celebration commemorating the auspicious birth of Lord Rama, holds a significant place in the Vaisnava calendar. This day is observed with great reverence and joy by his devotees, celebrating the divine incarnation that brought forth a saga of righteousness.

Please join us for an afternoon of extended Kirtan, pastimes, traditional dance & a beautiful feast!

Donations welcome for the feast.

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