Fundraising for Mandir

Submitted by vimal.kumar on Mon, 04/30/2018 - 03:10

It is in a temple that we remember who we really are, and see with clarity, who we really can become!

Each one of us have our reasons to visit a temple, the occasions to visit a temple, the gods we feel close to. Some go for solace, some to seek answers, some for the positive energy, some quiet and peace and some because their parents have asked them to!

For many of us, a regular visit to the temple has been an integral part of growing up, of bonding with friends, of celebrating festivals. Seeking God’s blessings in happiness and in sorrow, whether it be a birth in the family, a marriage or the loss of a dear one – we go to the temple, to re-affirm our belief that all that happens is part of God’s plan!

An overwhelming majority at recently conducted public consultation session emphasised that our community needs a specific venue for faith and cultural activities in an accessible location.  A place that can be part of our daily lives – for our families, children and elderly to pray, meet, celebrate and learn!

We now have the opportunity to create such a place – having recently identified a potential location for the temple. Like all great temples in India and elsewhere – bringing this task to fruition will completely depend on active participation and financial support from all of us – hence this appeal.

For further details and to find how to help please visit Fundraising for Mandir page.

 

 

Slides presented at 11-Feb-18 Public consultation meeting

Submitted by vimal.kumar on Mon, 02/12/2018 - 02:33

Here are the slides from 11-Feb-18 Public consultation meeting.

Thanks a lot to all who could join in this meeting, it was hugely engaging open discussion and fabulous ideas were presented and discussed. Can’t thank you enough for all the pledges many of you made for the project.

We aim to consolidate your feedback very soon and will be back in touch with you all with an action plan and next steps.


 

 

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BTCA Holi Milan 2018 - Games and Fashion events

Submitted by bala.telikepalli on Fri, 02/02/2018 - 22:37

BTCA Welcomes you all to the Holi Milan 2018. As part of the fun filled event here is your chance to get involved.

Hire a Stall

We invite registrations from members of our community who are interested in setting up stalls for Games, Arts & craft and skills. 

click here to register for hiring a stall

Kids Fashion Show 

Festive mood, get you kids dressed in Indian Ethnic outfit, that represents your regional customs and celebration. And they can say a few words about their favourite Hindu festival. 

click here to register your kid for the event

For any further details on Holi Milan 2018 https://bromleymandir.info/Holi-2018

Holi Milan 2018

Submitted by vimal.kumar on Wed, 12/13/2017 - 16:33

20% Early Bird discount - if you reserve before 1st/Jan/2018

BURA NA MANO, HOLI HAI! 6th year recreating the magic of Holi - there’s nothing quite like Holi. Literally, you have to see it to believe it.

Bromley Mandir very pleased to announce that reservations can now be made for Holi Milan 2018

Last year's event sold out very quickly – so make sure you head over now if you're keen to come along!

Dandiya and Garba dances during Navratri Utsav 2017

Submitted by vimal.kumar on Mon, 08/07/2017 - 12:17

Get ready for non-stop-fun, dance and festivity in the town !

On-popular demand, volunteers at Bromley Mandir are organising Dandia on following evenings  from 730pm (follow the links to reserve your places):

1. Dandia Night 23 Sep 2017

2. Dandia Night 30 Sep 2017

Bright Students

Submitted by vimal.kumar on Wed, 08/02/2017 - 15:23
‘Learning through culture and the arts leads to creative thinking, confidence and problem-solving – all skills which are prized by employers and which young people need. If we fail to offer our young people the opportunity to participate in the arts and culture, then we fail to support them in becoming the leading thinkers, innovators, creative business and community leaders of the future.’ say researchers. Read more to examine research evidence.