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Navratri at the Sindhi Mandir London

Navratri at the Sindhi Mandir London
Sindhi Mandir London

The Sindhi Community House also continues regular monthly programs for Sindhi community


The Sindhis of London are enjoying Navratri celebrations which started at Sindhi Community House Holy Mission (Sindhi Mandir) London from September 26 last.

The Sindhi Mandir had planned special programs for Navratri besides regular monthly programs like Asa Di Var on Sundays at 7.30 to 8.30am on 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th September; Mata Ki Chowki on first Saturday of the month at 7pm on 3rd September and during Navratras on 30th September and 1st, 2nd and 3rd October; Happy Tuesday Family on First Tuesday of the month at 12noon on 6th September; Sukhmani Paath on Thursdays at 12.00 to 2.00pm on 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th September, Satyanarayan Katha on Saturday at 12.00 to 2.00pm on 10th September; Swami Teooram Maharaj and Swami Shanti Prakash Satsang on last Saturday of the month at 5.00 to 6.00pm on 24th September.

All events were followed by Langar Prasad. The events were and will continue to also live on the below links: Website:


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“Sindhi Mandir is wheelchair-accessible and volunteers will be happy to offer assistance if needed,” an announcement said.

The visitors were asked to continue to observe COVID-19 safety measures (social distancing, use of hand sanitizers, and wearing masks unless exempt, whilst in the building.

It appealed not to visit the event if any person or members of household are unwell with any of the Covid-19 symptoms, and seek medical help immediately and follow social distancing rules, and do not visit the Mandir; if any person is self-isolating or have been recently diagnosed with Covid-19; anyone else living in your household received an NHS letter confirming you’re classified as an extremely vulnerable person and should stay inside (known as ‘shielding’).



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