Saraswati Puja in Aylesbury 2024
It is our pleasure to inform you that we at Triveni in collaboration with Aylesbury Hindu Temple Trust (AHTT) are organising, for the first time ever, Saraswati Puja in Aylesbury Buckinghamshire in an effort to bring the community together and enjoy the festivities on Saturday, 17th February 2024.
Devi Saraswati, revered as the goddess of knowledge, language, music, and all forms of art, embodies creative energy and power in various forms, including longing and love.
Aylesbury Saraswati Puja 2024: Timetable
|Door opens for Decoration and preparation for Puja
|Saraswati Puja (parents of Children under 5 please contact separately for "Hate Khari" - A ceremony to introduce children to the world of Education by the Priest)
|Free Bhog (lunch) and Prasadam distribution
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From Aylesbury Vale Parkway Station – Exit the station and walk north-east. Then turn left towards Sir Henry Lee Cresent. After 276 ft. turn right towards Sir Henry Lee Cresent. Then, turn left on Sir Henry Lee Cresent after 89 ft. Then, turn right and walk towards A41 after 98 ft. Turn left onto A41 and walk for 440 ft. Then, turn left towards Kentish Street. Then, turn left after 421 ft. and your destination will be on the right.
By tube or train – We are only 1 hour 10 minutes from London. You can get a Chiltern Railways train from London Marylebone.
Parking – Please look for the directional signs to the car park. Parking at the rear.