Annual Thanksgiving Prayer in January
“ A thankful heart is not only a great virtue, but the parent of all other virtues.’ – Cicero
To advocate this virtue, it has been a tradition with KOG to start the year by expressing our gratitude to God for all His Grace. In the month of January, members, KOG class children and other devotees gather at a temple to invoke the Lord with a special puja and prayer. This is followed by chanting Sri Vishnu Ashtotranama Stootram, Bhajan singing and discourses on selected slokas from the Bhagavad Gita. Event is concluded by serving Prasadam to all present at the Temple.
KOG celebrates Sri Krishna Jayanti annually with some grandeur. During the two hour programme, devotees young and old glorify the Lord and celebrate His birth with prayers music, dance, bhajans and by enacting His Lilas .
During the school holidays either in June or December, an outing is organized for our KOG class children. Members, children, parents and friends are invited to join us in this outing.
This Party for children is unique in the sense that besides the usual games, balloons, sweets and food, we have our very own Deepavali Thaatha dressed in the tradional ‘alzhvar’ attire. Deepavali Thaatha brings the cheer of the Festival of Lights to children by joining in the fun and distributing gifts and sweet.
The purpose of the visit was to offer prayers together for Singapore and Worldly wellness, recovery and peace as well as to promote interfaith understanding and friendship.