Ratha Yatra 2019, Singapore

Ratha Yatra -Festival of Chariots
Singapore is gearing up to witness the grandest festival of the city. Ratha Yatra 2019 – Chariot Festival of Lord Jagannath.

For more info visit our website: https://srikrishnamandir.org/ratha-yatra/

Free Shuttle Bus Service: Kovan MRT Exit C, 4.30pm to 9.30pm

All ARE INVITED! No Admission Fees! Free Food!




Hello Melbourne… we welcome you all to “The Australian Indian Innovations Incorporated” Melbourne Holi Festival ( Festival of Colours ) Proudly Presented By #CURRYKINGRETURNS & #FEDERATIONSQUARE

It has been over a Decade Organising and Hosting Multicultural Holi Festival

Every year, at the beginning of Spring in India, is the Holi Festival – A.K.A. an all-out paint war!

Its a week-long celebration and you should experience this once-in-a-lifetime festival.

Holi, also known as the Festival of Colors, has a long tradition which lies deeply in the Hinduism (a religion that was born in India). During the festival, all 1.25 billion Indian people play outside and splash each other with neon bright paint colors, Also called Gulal & Abir, Every region of the country celebrates Holi.

People chasing each other in the streets, fields, temples and buildings, armed with packets of dry colored powder and splattering random people from head to toe in colors. It’s a free-for-all. It’s madness. And it’s really freaking fun!

The occurrence of Holi varies every year depending on the Hindu calendar, but it always happens at the end of Spring to signify good over evil, the end of winter and the arrival of spring. It’s a time for people to play with their friends, laugh, meet others and forgets about any of their worries.

In addition to the paint war, people gather to march on the streets while playing drums and singing traditional songs.

It’s almost like a festival + parade + concert + paint war at the same time.

Come along with your Family & Friends to enjoy the fun filled FESTIVAL,

Scrumptious Food by Melbournes various most famous food trucks

Variety Stalls, Massive DJ Lineup & Sound, Nonstop Music for all those Dance lovers and the fun of playing with Powdered Colour, Water Balloons,

SUNDAY, 10th MARCH 2019

Venue: The Paddock

Federation Square

FREE Entry

For Stalls and other enquiries Please call Raj @ 0411429598

Deepawali fundraising Dinner and Dance, , Kitchener, Ontario

We invite you, your friends and family to RKM’s premiere event – our annual Deepawali fundraising dinner and dance.

This year we have assembled an excellent band of local artists, along with performances, updates on our New Mandir and as always dancing into the night with smooth grooves by DJ Navin and Trpoic Flava entertainment.

For more information, to volunteers or for tickets/to book your table contact Jean Persaud at jeanpersaud@yahoo.ca

Jagadguru Shri Vallabhacharya Mahaprabhuji, Ontario

First time in Canada The most Awaited movie ….
Proud moments to all Hindus… World premier in Divine presence of HDH 108 Shri Dwarkeshlalji Maharajshri,
During the Hindu Hertiage month … Not to be missed

*JagadGuru Shri Vallabhacharya Mahaprabhuji*

A Film in Hindi with English Subtitles …

Tickets: $25/- each will be available online, or can contact individuals on flyer

Day : Friday Nov 2, 2018
Time: 9:00 pm onwards

Venue: York Cinema, 115 York Blvd, Richmond Hill, ON-L4B 3B4

Please note:
The seating arrangement will be solely discretion of Vraj Canada.
However, Vraj Canada may assign seat number on First come First Serve base except dignitaries

Life Pathway Meditation – Brampton, ON

Meditation is a journey that unravels The Secret of the Universe to the seeker. The path of meditation is not tangible but is surely limitless. Come join us in The Life Pathway Meditation sessions in the Divine guidance of Dr. Archika Didi and feel the inner peace. Dr. Archika Didi is a world renowned Meditation Master on a multi-city tour with only one intention of spreading inner peace amongst the masses.

In the 2 Day Meditation retreat Dr Archika Didi will be sharing unique powerful techniques of meditation everyone can follow and feel.

Festival of India – Parade, Toronto, Ontario M4W 2G8

On July 14-15, 2018, at the height of the summer season in Toronto, the Festival of India will bring South Asia’s most endearing spiritual culture to the heart of downtown Toronto in a contemporary, exhilarating, and family-friendly fashion. In its 46th year, the festival continues to excite participants and attract onlookers as a feast for the eyes as well as the soul.

Festival of India will bring enchanting rhythms to Yonge Street on Saturday, July 14th at 11:00 a.m., where thousands of revelers will hand-pull three magnificent 40-foot tall floats in a grand parade. The procession will be accompanied by a fervid menagerie of drumming, singing, and dancing all the way from Bloor to Queens Quay. This vibrant parade, traditionally known as Ratha-Yatra, is actually a way of commemorating an age-old tradition of celebratory processions still annually held in the ancient Indian city of Puri, Orissa.

Celebrations will then shift over to Centre Island for the remainder of the weekend where festival-goers will find a massive, tented-outdoor pavilion that pulses with soul-enlivening food, music, shows, events, and activities. Specific Centre Island highlights include a free vegetarian feast, an acclaimed arts & culture showcase, a South Asian Bazaar, enlightening seminars, a fun-filled kids area, cooking demonstrations, and more.

Hindu Heritage Month Celebration, Ontario, Canada

Bill 52 2016
An Act to proclaim the month of October Hindu Heritage Month

Ontario is home to a large and vibrant Hindu community. Since the first Hindu immigrants arrived in Canada at the beginning of the 20th century, Hindu Canadians from across Ontario have made significant contributions across all fields: science, education, medicine, law, politics, business, culture and sports. Hindu Canadians have helped build Ontario into the multicultural success story that it is and have helped to build this province into the best place to live, work and raise families. They continue to help foster growth, prosperity and innovation throughout Ontario.

October is an important month for Hindu culture. Each year, three significant celebratory festivals that members of the Hindu community celebrate occur in or around October. These festivals include, Navratri, a devotional festival celebrated over nine nights; Diwali, the festival of lights and the New Year in some Hindu traditions; and the Durga Puja, a festival commemorating the victory of good over evil.

By proclaiming the month of October as Hindu Heritage Month, the Province of Ontario recognizes the important contributions that Hindu Canadians have made to Ontario’s social, economic, political and cultural fabric. Hindu Heritage Month is an opportunity to remember, celebrate and educate future generations about Hindu Canadians and the important role that they have played and continue to play in communities across Ontario.

Therefore, Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, enacts as follows:

Hindu Heritage Month

1. The month of October in each year is proclaimed as Hindu Heritage Month.


2. This Act comes into force on the day it receives Royal Assent.

Short title

3. The short title of this Act is the Hindu Heritage Month Act, 2016.


This Bill proclaims the month of October of each year to be Hindu Heritage Month.