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Help Sacred Vedic Arts feed Miami’s hungry

November 27- December 3, 2023

Dear Friends and Members of SVA,

Our biggest week of the year is upon us: Bhakti Basel.

Hundreds of thousands of art tourists come to Miami this week for the Art Basel festival and parties.

This year SVA will display Didi’s art in Wynwood, Upper Buena Vista, and the temple from next Wednesday through Sunday.

We need all hands on deck to share SVA’s love with as many people as possible.

There will be sevas to do from morning until midnight every day starting next Monday until it ends on Sunday. If you have time to lend a hand, whether it’s a full day or even just 30 minutes, we will gratefully accept your support and plug you in to a seva.

Help Sacred Vedic Arts feed Miami’s hungry

Your urgent financial support is crucial to enhance devotional service by aiding Sacred Vedic Arts in providing meals for Miami’s underserved. We lack the space to properly prepare nourishing food and need help constructing a small commercial “quality” kitchen on our property to reach more people.

Your donation, regardless of size, supports this vision.
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A big THANK YOU to those who have already donated. 🙂

The Gift of Giving

Hemangani Dasi, Tulasi Dasi, Voraru Dasi, Karuna Mayi, Vasanti Dasi, and Tirthapada Das Brahmacari distributed to the homeless and underserved community of Miami-Dade. Many homeless people were grateful for the mercy of maha-prasadam, and were also happy to receive spiritual books and pamphlets on Bhakti-yoga. If you would like to donate your time, energy, and skills, kindly contact Vasasnti Dasi at +1(347)727-8692.

SVA at the Indian Regional Cultural Center Diwali Celebration in Fort Lauderdale

“Always a pleasure sharing transcendental art and books at beautiful events like today’s Diwali Festival event put on by the IRCC of Florida, which was attended by over 5,000 Indians and Westerners. So many wonderful people also were elated to meet Srimati Syamarani Didi and have her sign their posters!”

– Vasanti Dasi

SVA Devotees at South Florida Hindu Temple

Madhusudan Das Brahmacari, Nitya Sankirtan Das, and Janardana Das went to SFHT to distribute 20+ Tulasi plants, transcendental books, and art on their festival day of Tulasi Vivaha. They sang kirtans glorifying Tulasi Devi, shared sacred mantras for offering obeisances, watering and worshiping Her, and circumambulated around this sacred plant.