New Year Ganesha Puja, Kirtan, Yagna

New Year Ganesha Puja, Kirtan, Yagna


Saturday January 14th 19:00-21:00

East Studio @ Colet House, London (W14 9DA)

Welcome the New Year with Blessings

We now are at the end of another year and beginning a brand new one. Let us all hope and pray that 2023 brings in a new era of peace and prosperity to all. Begin the new year with a Affirmation Ganesha Yagna to usher in good health, prosperity and well being.

Ganesha Yagna

Lord Ganesh is popularly worshipped as a remover of obstacles and at the beginning of every important event or endeavour. Let us begin the New Year with his blessings to ensure that all that we may do in the New year is blessed and every obstacle in our path is cleared.

“Gana” is a group of eight vasus (Vasu refers to a direction or the guardian deity of of the directions). Sri Ganesha is the master of the directions and is always worshipped first and before beginning anything new. Performing Ganesha Yagna will bestow prosperity, health and wealth.

The Ceremony

Puja – A personal Ganesha deity will be given to you for invocation

Japa Mudra Kirtan – Chanting mantras with sound and body movement

Yagna – Fire ceremony offerings of affirmations

Meditation – Manifesting offerings into reality

Aarti – Lamp offerings

All materials for the ceremony are included*

As this is a Vedic ceremony, we shall be respecting the following guidelines;

Please come dressed in fresh washed clean clothes

Please come freshly bathed to the ceremony

Please do not consume any alcohol, meat, fish or eggs on the day of the ceremony

Suggested donation WORKSHOP COST £15 – 20



Nik playing kirtan Colet house

Nik Parmar

Nik Parmar of Spiritual Gypsy is a creative Bhakti yogi who loves to explore and share the ancient Eastern concepts of devotional wellbeing, offering a mystical lifestyle based on sacred culture and timeless wisdom wrapped in modern relevance and spiritual joy.
His research interest is in Performance Ritual and how people express their identity and connection to their sense of place through music, dance, storytelling and across the arts.
Nik conducts bespoke creative workshops based on sacred, traditional and historically grounded arts and crafts heritage of the Vedic traditions.

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