1607 W. De Leon St
This program will be in Hindi/Gujarati
Join us for an evening of reflection and spiritual sharing as we experience the essence and beauty of the sacred festival, Rakshabandhan.
This ancient celebration reminds us of the auspicious bond between each soul
and God, the One who is supreme in love and whose sweet teachings become our ultimate protection.
With Special Guest Sister Gita
Sister Gita was born in Tanzania, East Africa, but throughout her life, she had the fortune of being introduced and immersed in East and West cultures. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Commerce in India, and worked in London, UK.
Sister Gita has lived a spiritual life since childhood, but found her calling in 1979 when she was introduced to the Brahma Kumaris, at which point she made the decision to focus on the development of her spiritual growth, which mattered the most in her life. Sister Gita has studied the ancient art of Raja Yoga Meditation for the past 37 years, ultimately becoming the lead coordinator of the Brahma Kumaris Meditation Centre in the Southern California region. Although based in Los Angeles, she travels extensively, offering people of diverse backgrounds the opportunity to awaken their inner power and potential.
Sister Gita continues to follow a peaceful, natural and satvic vegetarian lifestyle, which she shares with those around her, based on the inspirations and teachings of the Brahma Kumaris.