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An evening with His Holiness Narasimha Swami – Celebrating Ramnavami

Please join us for an evening with His Holiness Narasimha Swami as we celebrate the auspicious appearance day of the Lord’s appearing in his form as Lord Ramachandra

The appearance of Lord Rama is celebrated as Ramnavami.  Ramnavami falls on the ninth day of waxing fortnight of the month of Chaitra.  In Treta-yuga, the Supreme Lord appeared as son of King Dasharath as Lord Ramachandra. Although he appeared as a human out of kindness to His devotees, along with His brother Lakshman, He is the Supreme Lord.


His Holiness is the first South African to take the order of sannyasa within ISKCON (The International Society for Krishna Consciousness).  He entered this holy order in 2008, earning the title HH Bhakti Narasimha Swami – and since then has travelled extensively teaching and enlivening devotees all over the world.


Swami will also be the Guest Speaker at our regular Sunday Gathering at 3PM

If you would like to sponsor any items towards the feast that will be offered to The Lord please contact Mother Syama at the Bhakti Yoga Centre 0514477029


Rama Navami

The appearance day of Lord Ramacandra

Lord Ramacandra

The members of The International Society For Krishna Consciousness in the Free State would like to invite you and your family to celebrate this auspicious occasion with us at the Bhakti Yoga Centre.

Sunday 1st April, 2012

Bhakti Yoga Centre, 1 Bompart Street, Westdene –  Tel: 051 4477029


  • 3:00 pm – kirtan
  • 3:30 pm – lecture by guest speaker His Grace Mukunda Charan das
  • 4:30 pm – arotik ceremony and kirtan
  • 5:30 pm – prasadam feast
To read more about the Supreme Lord in His form as Lord Ramacandra you can click on this link: https://bhaktiyoga.wordpress.com/transcribed-lectures/excerpt-from-srimad-bhagavatam-91050-on-lord-rama/

Rama-Navami Celebration at Bhakti Yoga Centre

Tuesday 12th April – Rama-Navami

Please join us at the Bhakti Yoga Centre as we celebrate the Appearance day of Lord Ramacandra.

The festival will begin at 7pm and will conclude with a Prasadam feast at 8:30.

To read more about the wonderful pastimes of Lord Rama follow the link below: