“The 'Sankat Mochan Samiti' (SMS) is a non political and a not for profit organisation with the aim to provide physical, spiritual and moral assistance to people and community in critical need thus achieving and enhancing peace and harmony".
Our core Objective: The association will promote and foster educational aspect of cultural heritage to support and work with its younger generation, newly arrived individuals & families and also senior members for better understanding of values and beliefs and to live harmoniously in the multicultural environment in Australia.
To support UN initiative 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Hum Tum Present’s A Forum FREEDOM, RESPECT & RELATIONSHIPS.
6.00 pm to 6.30 pm – Intermingling and Refreshment
6.30 pm – 6.4 5pm - Introduction & Guest Speech
6.45 pm to 8.15 pm – Screening of Movie
8.15 pm to 8.30 pm – Panellists Comments
8.30 pm to 9.00 pm – Q&A Discussion, Conclusion & vote of Thanks
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Sankat Mochan Samiti will be organinsing Rang Barse - Festival of colors on Sunday March 18th 2018 @ Monash University Sprorts Complex. All stalls and sponsorship enquiries are welcome. Please contact Arvind Shrivastava at 0427274462.
Sankat Mochan Samiti Inc. is delighted to announce its third year grand initiative of community building in conjunction with the City of Monash and Monash University,
Rang Barase (Shower of Colours) - Festival of Colours, on Sunday 18th March 2018 at Princess Highway Reserve from 11.00 AM to 6.00 PM.
The Rang Barase theme is to bring the communities and individuals with different cultural, religious and national background to come together and enjoy the feeling of companionship and friendship amongst known and unknowns by sharing the fun of sprinkling and dusting the beautiful dry
colours on each other signifying that the Mother nature’s scheme of beautiful colours is nondiscriminatory and it creates a blissful complementary combination of pleasure enjoyed by everyone.
This day-long festival has the potential of bringing thousands of people at one place and at the same time.
Similar events organized in different venues have attracted crowds of up to 10,000 plus people.
The colourful attractions in combination with international cultural, food cuisines, camel rides and children rides will create an attractive festive fair ambience.
Our team effort will ensure the delivery of the best of experiences for all the attendees with everlasting impressions.
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Tulasi Vivah is the ceremonial marriage of the Tulsi plant (holy basil) to the Hindu god Vishnu or his Avatar Krishna.
Join the Barat as Barati or receive the Barat as Gharati and enjoy sacred Tulasi Vivah Ceremony. It is the celebration full of emotional attachments, enjoyments and devotions.
5.00 PM to 6.30 PM - Tulasi Vivah Celebrations
6.30 PM to 7.30 PM - Bhajans, Hanuman Chalisa, Sankat Mochan Path and Arati.
6.30 PM to 8.00 PM - Usual Tuesday Maha Prasad (Bhandara)... See MoreSee Less
Sankat Mochan Samiti will host Multiple Sessions for Karava Chauth Puja & Katha starting from 3.00 PM onwards in the Temple Hall of SMK on first come first serve basis. Take the Number from the volunteers for your turn on arrival. Please bring your own Puja plate. Puja plates if required, will be provided at a donation of $10.00.
Mehndi Eve at the Community Hall in Sankat Mochan Kendra. Simple patterns only will be available and a donation of $5.00 per hand is expected on first come first serve basis. No prior bookings.