Bharat Sanatan Dharam Mandir Trust

Ram Navami

Bharat Sanatan Dharam Mandir Trust celebrates Ram Navami, the Hindu festival that marks the birth of Lord Rama, the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu. We celebrate this day on Shukla Navami of Chaitra Navaratri by offering prayers and conducting puja and hawan ceremonies with great devotion and enthusiasm. Devotees from all over gather to participate in the celebrations, which include recitals of the Ramayana, devotional music and dance performances, and the sharing of prasad. We celebrate this festival in honor of Lord Rama to promote the inevitable victory of good over evil and inspire individuals to lead a virtuous life.


Bharat Sanatan Dharam Mandir Trust celebrates the festival of Navaratri every year, the nine-day celebration that honors the divine feminine energy and the triumph of good over evil. The celebration includes daily pujas, bhajans, and cultural programs. During this festival, devotees fast, perform puja, hawan, and engage in various spiritual practices to seek blessings and divine grace. Through this celebration, we aim to promote spiritual growth and inspire individuals to embody the virtues of courage, wisdom, and devotion in their daily lives.

Shiv Ratri

We at Bharat Sanatan Dharam Mandir Trust celebrate the festival of Shivratri every year, which marks the night of Lord Shiva’s marriage to Goddess Parvati. On this occasion, we remain engaged in night-long vigil, puja, bhajans, and cultural programs. Devotees fast, meditate, and engage in spiritual practices to seek the blessings of Lord Shiva, who represents the divine consciousness and the destroyer of ego and ignorance. Through this celebration, we aim to promote spiritual awakening and inspire individuals to embrace the path of self-realization and divine grace.


Every year, Bharat Sanatan Dharam Mandir Trust celebrates the festival of Janmashtami, which commemorates the birth of Lord Krishna, one of the most revered deities in Hinduism. We celebrate this day by performing aarti, puja, bhajans, and cultural programs that highlight the divine qualities and teachings of Lord Krishna. Through this celebration, we aim to inspire individuals to lead a life of devotion, compassion, and spiritual growth, and promote the timeless message of universal love and harmony.

Parashurama Jayanti

We celebrate Parashurama Jayanti as the birth anniversary of Lord Vishnu’s sixth incarnation. It is a very auspicious day for Hindu devotees. This day falls on the day of Akshay Tritiya in the month of Vaisakh. On this day people fast and worship lord Vishnu and seek the blessing of Parashurama. We believe that Parashurama with his axe is always protecting us from all evil deeds and negative energies. We arrange some religious programs on this day and people participate in them with enthusiasm.

Republic Day

We also celebrate Republic Day every year on January 26, which marks the adoption of the Indian Constitution in 1950. We celebrate this day by spreading the message of unity and harmony, making people understand the usefulness and importance of the constitution of our country and its rich cultural heritage and diversity. As we emphasize the importance of promoting peace, secularism, and harmony among all communities, we encourage individuals to uphold these values in their daily lives with the aim to promote the values of democracy, equality, and unity enshrined in the Indian Constitution, and inspire individuals to contribute to the growth and progress of the nation.