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Annadan - Food for Life Prasadam Distribution

 

To sponsor our Annadan Food for Life Prasadam Distribution (free hot vegetarian organic meals for the homeless and needy) click on this link to open the Annadan form, save it to your computer, fill it out and email it back to us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Then click the PayPal logo below. Please also sign our Gift Aid Form as the Inland Revenue will top up your donation by currently 25 percent.

 

 

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You can also support us via MobileTextGiving by texting SEVA12 £10 to the number 70070. Amounts can be £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 and £10.

 

Bhagavad Gita Sponsorship Programme

 

Click here to take part!

 

We are distributing Bhagavad Gitas and are looking for sponsorships. The various sponsorship levels are 20 Gitas (£101), 30 Gitas (£151), 40 Gitas (£201), 50 Gitas (£251), 60 Gitas (£301) and 100 Gitas (£501). We can either get the Gitas to you and you will distribute them or alternatively we distribute them on your behalf. A mix of both is also possible. Please let us know.

 

As a gesture of appreciation and reciprocation we will give you a full 30 volume Srimad Bhagavatam set if you are able to sponsor 100 Bhagavad Gitas or more. Get in touch with us.

 

Tulasi Get Tulasi Seeds from us ...

PayPal Donation

Use the PayPal button below for Tulsi Donations. Suggested Donation £10-20

 

 

Basic Instructions for Growing Tulsi

 

We are sending you between 20-30 seeds. Please don't plant all your seeds as you would need 20-30 pots, one tulsi tree per pot.

 

The seeds are tiny and black or dark brown. There are some hulls also which may still contain some seeds. What you want to plant are the tiny black seeds only.

 

Best get some seeding compost and a tray or pot and plant some single seeds apart from each other. Cover them very slightly with fine and sieved compost and keep moist. If you allow them to dry out they will not germinate. You could cover the pot or tray with a piece of glass to keep the moisture in until the first green seedlings appear.

 

Once they are large enough to handle transplant each in a separate clay pot, first smaller and in due course of time larger.

 

Tulsi needs a warm window spot in your house with plenty of sunlight. Best is an East or South facing window without any or much shadow from neighbouring buildings. In the summer you can also place her in a greenhouse or take her outside into the sun on a sunny day. She will love it.

 

Tulsi doesn't like too much water when having grown larger. If you overwater her her leafs with dry out around the edges.

 

You can always get in touch if you have any questions. Don't forget Tulsi is bhakti devi. She thrives on bhakti or devotion. Sing to her, chant and pray in front of her and speak with her and she will grow beyond your expectations.

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