The Guru Ram Das Ashram invites you to enjoy an afternoon of Virtual Kirtan
Like Water with Water Fundraiser & Kirtan brings together nine beautiful musicians in service to the community’s two newest projects: Nanak’s Kitchen, a community food service project which grew from our recent kitchen renovations, and the Water Feature Restoration Project, an effort to restore the natural water feature on the land and protect it for future generations.
Update on the Kirtan Event
If you missed the event, you may still enjoy it by registering to watch the recording here!
And to everyone who participated, we extend our deepest gratitude and heartfelt thank you for all the support and kindness shown for the Kirtan Fundraising Event.
We spent a glorious day enjoying kirtan by the jethas we know and love in our Sunday programs. It was a great day for Guru Ram Das Ashram.
Our gratitude to all who came and all who gave!
As we start the holiday season, our focus turns towards food security for the community. Our goal is to double our outreach from 200 to 400 bags of groceries per month during this holiday season. Please donate generously and help us support Nanak’s Kitchen Food Relief Program.
Donate to Nanak’s Kitchen Food Relief Program here
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While registration for the event is free to ensure access for all, we encourage attendees to donate generously.
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This video recording can be accessed from anywhere in the world on any device with an internet browser.
GURU NANAK’S COMMUNITY KITCHEN
Providing Food For Families, Children & Our Seniors
Our community acknowledges the grace and dignity of every soul and we are dedicated to uplifting and feeding all and to bringing reverence to life through the practice of a lifestyle rooted in yogic principles and the core values of Sikh Dharma to advocate for hunger relief, serving food to all.
In the Sikh tradition of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, for 50 years, Guru Ram Das Ashram and Gurdwara has served weekly vegatarian meals in New England. We have maintained a free daily community yoga and meditation practice. On Sundays and the First Friday of the month we have a Gurdwara service, followed by Langar (a healthy vegetarian meal for all).
It is our aim to manifest the miracle of a community food relief that is unified and sustained through spiritual practice, selfless service/volunteer work, sharing food, kindness, compassion, grace, and nobility.
Learn more about Nanak’s Kitchen here.
WATER FEATURE RESTORATION PROJECT
Outdoor Meditation Site
In the 1930s, A Jewish community built a spring-fed, concrete pool on the east side of what is now the Guru Ram Das Ashram. The pool was used for recreation until 15 years ago when the concrete sides caved in and it became a safety hazard. The water feature restoration project aims to restore the pool to a natural water feature. We envision the pond as the centerpiece of a larger effort to engage and be in service to the surrounding community. The water feature will serve as an outdoor meditation site and will irrigate the community garden. The community garden in turn serves the Free Kitchen and the Ashram Food Program, which works to build food security for the surrounding area. We see the water feature as a jewel at the heart of a conscious community dedicated to developing peaceful, healthy communities.
Learn more about the Pond Restoration Project here.
Snatam Kaur & Sopurkh Singh
Through inspirational concerts, workshops, immersion courses and retreats, the much-beloved devotional singer and Grammy nominated recording artist Snatam Kaur shares the power of Sikh sacred music with all the world. Possessed of an incandescently luminous voice and a deep knowledge of Kundalini yoga, her concerts and events are joyous occasions and a source of solace for our troubled times. Sopurkh Singh teaches yoga & meditation and has facilitated and taught retreats, workshops and classes around the world. He is a gifted teacher, with a down to earth approach that allows for deep experience and transformation. Sopurkh accompanies Snatam musically with tabla, an Indian percussion instrument, providing a meditative and devotional rhythm for their chanting events. Sopurkh and Snatam live in New Hampshire with their daughter and two dogs. Together they founded an online school specializing in the teaching of kirtan (sacred music) and Kundalini yoga, called Kirtan and Kundalini, which serves people from all over the world.
To find out more information visit: www.kirtanandkundalini.com and www.snatamkaur.com