Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, London (East London) - 25th Anniversary Celebrations

25th Anniversary Celebrations

The Temple is in the run-up to its Patotsav celebrations, celebrating the completion of 25 years in the community. Large celebrations are planned to take place from Monday 26th August till Sunday 1st September 2013, including a Nagar Yatra (public street parade).

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