Like Water with Water: Virtual Kirtan & Fundraiser

The Guru Ram Das Ashram in Millis, Massachusetts, USA invites you for an afternoon of Virtual Kirtan Saturday, November 6 from 12 – 6pm EDT! This fundraiser 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 the Millis ashram’s 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.

Featured artists include Snatam Kaur & Sopurkh Singh, Guru Ganesha Singh & Mata Mandir Kaur, Mata Mandir Singh, Sat Purkh, Har Dev Singh, and Sangat Dhyan Kaur!

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Click Register Now to be re-directed to the event page to register.  You will receive livestream access  immediately upon registration in your confirmation email.

While registration for the event is free to ensure access for all, attendees are encouraged to donate generously. You may donate during the registration process outlined above, or click the Donate button below.

This is an online event and can be accessed from anywhere in the world on any device with an internet browser. Replay will be available after the event.

Pond Restoration Project

The spring fed pond at the Ashram is a holy place.  The water is super-pure, clean and cold. The goal of the Millis ashram is to create a sacred Sarovar, a sanctuary for Ishnaan, meditation, and renewal, a place where Sangat, students, and other visitors can go to renew by being in nature.

Nanak’s Kitchen Food Relief Program

Langar kitchens and food relief have a very long tradition within the Sikh community.  The newly remodeled Nanak’s Kitchen at Guru Ram Das Ashram provides that same service in a contemporary way. Their goal is to support the food relief program efforts to provide wholesome groceries to food-insecure families and seniors in Millis and the Greater Norfolk County community. Their large commercial kitchen and dedicated volunteers make Nanak’s Kitchen the ideal location for a food pantry to help supplement assistance already provided locally by Millis Ecumenical Food Pantry and other food relief programs in the area.


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