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Multi Faith Kirtan Parties

Multi Faith Kirtan Parties!

Opening Night May 11th

Featuring Shabda Kirtan Band

A blend of eastern and western styles of music, with energising mantras that you can sing along to or hear along to, naturally taking you to a place of bliss.

Leave your worries behind & experience the power & serenity of Shabda’s kirtan vibrations.

and Amma NZ Group

Amma NZ Group sings kirtans and bhajans written by Amma and Her devotees. Our guru Amma, the hugging saint, emphasizes the importance of kirtan in these times, saying: Bhajans sung with one-pointedness, will benefit the singer, the listener and also Mother Nature. 

Plus Special Guests!
7-8pm Dinner plus Music Jam
8-10pm Kirtan!
Vegetarian meal $12 per person.
Kirtan $10 or $20 for meal and Kirtan.
PLUS June 15th • July 13th • Aug 17th • Sept 21st • Oct 19th • Nov 30th
Venue: Kawai Purapura, 14 Mills Lane, Albany, North Shore, Auckland
15 mins from CBD • take Oteha Valley Rd exit on Northern Motorway

ENDS

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