Satsangi-Jivan Katha Parayan, London, UK

With the blessings of Pujyapad Shree Jogi Swamiji, Sadguru Shastri Shree Madhavpriyadasji Swami and saints are on Satsang Yatra of UK on the occasion of  Shreemad Satsangi-Jivan Saptah Parayan at Shree Kutch Satsang Swaminarayan Temple, Kenton Harrow with Yajmanship of Shree Premjibhai Vekaria family.
Contacts : Pujya Madhavpriyadasji Swami: 0778 737 6672
               Sant Mandal:                  0754 599 9171
               Ravjibhai (Kanti) Hirani:   0796 035 9999
               Govindbhai Patel (Kerai):  0783 109 2042
               Govindbhai Raghvani:      0795 822 6807 
Heathrow Airport, London - 21 Nov, 2009 
Govindbhai Raghvani, Karsanbhai Raghvani, Naranbhai Raghvani, Ravjibhai Hirani, Suryakantbhai Varsani, Govindbhai Patel, Ghanshyambhai Patel, Yash Dave, Ganshyam Rupavatia, Sachin Raghvani and other devotees offered warm welcome. 
Satsangi-Jivan Katha Parayan - 30 Nov-06Dec, 2009
In the pious memory of Father AN Shree Premjibhai Devshi Dhanji Vekaria (Village - Baladia), with the inspiration of Mother Shree Valbai Premji Vekaria sons Shree Jitrendrabhai, Dineshbai, Hirenbhai and daughter Bhartiben organised a Satsangijivan Katha Parayan at Shree Kutch Satsang Swaminarayan temple, Kenton, Harrow (London). After the Pothi Yatra and Poojan Sadguru Shastri Shree Madhavpriyadasji Swami nattered the divine deeds - Charitas of Bhagawan Shree Swaminarayan. Shree Hari Birth festival, Annakut DArshan and Thakar-Thali were celebrated with devotional fervor. 
Shree Ghanshyam Maharaj
During Katha Parayan, Shree Ravjibhai Hirani offered a set of Vagha to Ghanshyam Maharaj at SKS Swaminarayan Mandir, Kenton, Harrow.
Mumbai Terrorist Attacks Vigil - 27 Nov, 2009
A candlelight vigil was held to remember the victims of the Mumbai terrorist attacks on Friday 27th November on the slopes of Harrow on the Hill, opposite Harrow College, Lowlands Road, Harrow.
Mr. Gareth Thomas (MP for Harrow West) invited Pujya Shastri Shree Madhavpriyadasji Swami and devotees for this solidarity event.
Between 26th and 27th November, 2008 a group of at least ten terrorists launched attacks on a number of sites in Mumbai and over 170 people died, 26 of them from outside India.
The vigil was intended to be an act of solidarity with all those who lost loved ones or who were injured and their families as a result of the attacks.
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