Weekly Activities

Weekly Activities

Mar 27
The Society programmers its activities on three areas namely ; Spiritual, Education and Social.They are as follows:Weekly Activities

Tuesday (7.30pm – 8.30pm) Bhagavad Gita Class & Viveka Chudamani –
Free Gita class will be conducted by Swami Guhabhaktanandaji. Both youths and adults should take this wonderful opportunity to learn the most profound and soul-stirring spiritual truths revealed by God Himself. The message of the Gita is the solution for the problems of our daily life. Sri Swami Sivanandaji said; “The world is under a great debt of gratitude to Sri Vyasa who has presented this Celestial Song to humanity for their daily conduct in life, spiritual uplift and Self-realization”. Vivekachoodamani is a gem jewel of discrimination, teaching us how to live in this world and off this world.
note : Please confirm about the classes before coming


Wednesday (7.30pm – 8.30pm) Chanting of the Vishnu Sahasranama – Learn how to chant the 1008 Names of Lord Vishnu by joining together in the chanting session. Please bring along the Vishnu Sahasranama.


Thursday (6.30pm – 8.30pm) Paduka Pooja & Prayer Meeting – Please come with the whole family to enjoy a few hours of communion with God through prayers, bhajans and kirtans, hearing to speech based upon the Bhagavad Gita (Tamil service and English service) delivered by our Swamijis and finally receiving prasadam.


Friday (7.30pm) Chanting of the Lalita Sahasranama – Learn how to chant the 1008 Names of Divine Mother by joining together in the chanting session. Please bring along the Lalita Sahasranama.


Saturday (7.00pm – 8.30pm) Prayer Meeting – A special bhajans session conducted by youths for youths. Prayer, singing of bhajans and kirtans and a short speech will be delivered to educate our youths with spiritual knowledge and provide guidance to face the challenges of life. Youth will derive immense benefit from this satsang. There will also be a special chanting of Mahamantra for half an hour. Prasadam will be served at the end of satsang.
note : Please confirm before coming
Sunday (8.00am – 11.00am) Spiritual and Moral Education Classes – Religious classes are conducted at the ashram on Sundays for children aged 6 to 15 years. Bhajan and devotional songs are introduced with some musical accompaniment. Religious knowledge is imparted to the children with emphasis being laid on cultivation of good character. There will also be classical music classes from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm.


Sunday (4.30pm – 6.00pm) Dharma Class – Dharma class is conducted for members and public to have an in-depth knowledge of Hinduism.

Yoga Sadhana Camp

Yoga Sadhana Camps are prominently featured as a regular activity at the ashram. Students from Universities, colleges and schools participate in these structured courses covering topics on ethics, morals and spirituality. Others who hold camps are DLS Sub-Branches, Hindu Organisations, Trainee Teachers and Student’s Societies.

Medical Service

Free medical services are provided through Sivananda Clinic which is in operation since 1984. Through voluntary services rendered by doctors, para medics and non-paramedics, it provides free consultations and medication to the poor and needy from all communities. About 16,000 patients benefit from the service annually. Apart from this, the society also holds medical camps twice a year.

Other services rendered:

  • Medical screening camps for malnutrition, deworming and other special projects.
  • Loan of hospital beds, wheel chairs and other aids for critically ill and disabled patients.
  • Monthly visits to welfare homes to provide nursing, food and special gifts.
  • Loan of concentrated oxygen machine.

Pre -School Education

The Society has established a kindergarten for children aged between 4 and 6 years. The purpose is to inculcate ethical and moral values in children at an early age. At present 180 children are enrolled in these classes.

Other Activities:

  • Giving food items and cash for poor families.
  • Grant scholarships to needy college students.
  • Conduct regular prayers meeting at Ashram.
  • Print and distribute leaflets on saints, sages and religious and spiritual topics.

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