Who we are
The group’s sai devotees started informally meeting about 20+ years ago. We started by visiting peoples houses doing bhajans/kirtan. At this time there were only a few members present, some playing instruments and others singing. The houses we visited were determined by people calling us and asking us to do bhajans at their home.
Time passed and a rota system was implemented as fewer and fewer people wanted bhajans in their home. We tried this method for a few months but it was failing due to people working late and so bhajans could not be held at their homes.
A member of the Prajapati Association had come in contact with one of our group members and had told him that their hall was for free every Thursday evening and so we could
hold bhajans there. This was entirely by chance as we had constantly been trying to ask a number of halls to accommodate us but with no luck. Somehow by Swami’s grace this chance popped out of thin air.
Since then the group has flourished and is now holding sessions over zoom. We are now having many regular visitors and a Study Circle has been started to support our group with progress on their spiritual journey.
The future for the group remains at the lotus feet of bhagwan and we hope to serve the community as much as we can.
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