Announcement


Shiva Ratri celebration on 11th March 2021

Dear Devotees and friends,
We are celebrating the Shiva Ratri on the 11th of March 2021.
Due to covid, we will be facilitating visits for the devotees by registration only - following all requirements of the NSW recommended regulations. To register to visit, please click here.


Please note: the Sunday Gita classes will now be held online at: https://vedantasydney.org/sundaytalk.php. The Talk will be broadcast every Sunday at 9:30am AEST

Please also note: the Mundaka Upanishad classes will now be held online at: https://vedantasydney.org/mundakaclass.php. The Talk will be broadcast every Saturday at 11:00am AEST

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Every step I take in light is mine forever.
Swami Vivekananda

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