The VPSASA holds monthly satsangs on the last Sunday of each month. The teachings from the four Vedas i.e., Rig Veda, Saam Veda, Yajur Veda and Athar Veda are given at the satsangs. Dates and venue are available from the Secretary, Mrs Arun Narayan by Contact UsBECOME A MEMBER
The VPSASA is planning to purchase land and construct a multipurpose centre where it can actively promote the teachings of the four Vedas. The VPSASA centre will also accommodate meeting halls, prayer rooms, day care for children and elderly persons and provide a place for senior members to meet for leisure activities.
Fund Raising Activities, VPSASA plans to organise fund raising activities to raise funds for the Multipurpose Centre and also be able to meet the increasing demand to provide better assistance to the community in need.
The VPSASA also observes Hindu festivals and celebration dates are available on the website. One should eat nutritious food and exercise regularly to have sound health. Virtuous deeds performed with intelligence shall naturally bring good wealth
Help us create happier lives and futures for children in need of a positive change. VPSASA assesses and provides donations and assistance to members of the public irrespective of their religion, creed or culture.
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Hospital and Nursing Home Visitations, we also do committees visit residents of Nursing homes on regular basis and also sick patients at hospitals.Get involved
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Pundit Ji was the Founder and First President of Vedic Pratinidhi Sabha and Arya Samaj of Australia Incorporated. A Minister of Religion for Vedic Rites and Registered Marriage Celebrant who was registered to conduct Marriage ceremonies of Australia.
The Arya Samaj was established on 7th April, 1875 at Mumbai, India by Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati with the purpose of moving the Hindu dharma away from fictitious beliefs and back to the teaching of the Vedas.