On April 13th 2013, Hindus around South Africa are set to unite at the 3rd National Raam Bhajana Festival hosted by the Andhra Maha Sabha of South Africa (AMSSA). To be invited to participate at this event is the most prestigious honour and the Sri Raam Bhajana Mandiram (SRBM) has been asked to be one of the groups to represent Gauteng.
This year marks fourteen years that the Sri Raam Bhajana Mandiram are together and what better way to celebrate fourteen years of religious heritage than at one of the most important Bhajan Festivals on the Bhajan calendar. However, such an event, being held in another province requires some financial assistance.
“The SRBM humbly requests from all those interested; both organisations and individuals, to please assist us by sponsoring; transportation (to and in Durban as well as back to Johannesburg), accommodation (April 12th – April 14th), uniforms and for the maintenance of our instruments for 18 dedicated members” Said Chairman for SRBM, Kresh Gounder
Furthermore, SRBM has also been invited to render Bhajans at the 11th Annual Raam Bhajan Festival of Woodview Ramakrishna Andhra Sabha which will be taking place at the Mount Edgecombe Sri Marieammen Temple on the 13th of April 2013, prior to attending the National Bhajan Festival. Hence, our presence in Durban that weekend is of paramount importance.
“We are strong believers in giving back to those who assist us and The Sri Raam Bhajana Mandiram promises to include all sponsors in our media liaison and to negotiate for sponsors branding to present at all times.” Said PR Manager for the group, Tyashnee Gounden.
For more information about the 3rd National Raam Bhajan Festival, SRBM or about the sponsorship, please contact the SRBM PR Manager, Tyashnee Gounden on +27731704045 or email her on firstname.lastname@example.org
Established on 14 February 1999, Gauteng’s pioneering Raam Bhajan group the SRBM have grown from a small membership, into a dynamic team of spiritual aspirants. Our mission is to contribute & promote to the Hindu Culture.
The SRBM’s mission is to improve the quality of life through spirituality and to inspire strong leadership through dedicated teamwork.
SRBM strives to further the development, preservation and propagation of the Hindu Culture by instilling simple morals, values and religious awareness to our youth by using the teachings from our Holy Ramayana as a platform.
The Sri Raam Bhajana Mandiram is a diverse group of aspirants and can be contacted for a variety of prayers and functions. To name a few; Raam Bhajans, Hari Bhajans, Murugan Bhajans, Shiva Bhajans, Ammen Bhajans, etc.