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9:45 am – 12:00 pm Central
Satsang means an association with good people and is an important community-based tool for mental wellness. We begin with Sandhya at 9:45 am Read more... followed by a Vedic Havan conducted by Acharya Ji, and devotional songs by our talented singers. Typically, at 11:00 am, Acharya Ji delivers a Pravachan (discourse) on scriptures or another important topic of the day. Read less
Join us virtually until we fully re-start Satsang in-person!
Sandhya & Havan (Sun 9:45AM): Join Now
Meeting ID: 833 5276 5002
Pravachan (Sun 11:00 AM): Join Now
Meeting ID: 895 5715 8228
Vaidic education, a study of scriptures, addresses the need for spiritual wellness. Led by our learned Acharyas, Dr. Suryanarayan Nanda and Dr. Harish Chandra, class offerings include Sanskrit language, Meditation, and study of Vedas and other holy scriptures. Registration is required for attending different classes.
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Sat / Sun 8:00-9:30 am Central
Tue/ Thu 5:30-6:30 pm Central
Yoga is an ancient science for physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. Yoga asana sessions, led by Shekhar Agrawal Ji, are open to all.
In person sessions currently on hold.
Join us virtually at Facebook Live (Sat 8:00-9:30AM): Join Now
Covid Vaccine – Why, Which and What
Dr. Vaduganathan addresses the questions, concerns and outcomes about the risks of Covid infection, how to lower the risk, compares the two mRNA vaccines, and what one should expect from vaccination.
Bharat or India – Etymology of the Nation’s Name
On the 73rd anniversary of Bharat’s independence day, Acharya Suryanarayan Nanda ji takes us through the history, the evolution of the political map and the names by which this land was known to its current form, tying it eloquently to the mentions in the scriptures and texts of the time.
True to its hallmark, Arya Samaj stepped up to serve the needs of community around it. During Summer months, to help the community in surrounding area, Arya Samaj distributed vegetarian food and groceries on Sundays. The program was targeted to cater to seniors and vulnerable ones who were advised not to venture into crowded grocery stores, as well as those who were financially adversely affected