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Satsangs on Jan 14 and Jan 15

Dear NASeA Family,

Please join two NASeA Satsangs this weekend being held on Saturday, Jan 14 and on Sunday Jan 15 in Morrisville, North Carolina and in Nashville, Tennessee respectively. The details are below. These Satsangs (definition of Satsang is below) will be live broadcasted via NASeA TV as well so that you could see them from anywhere else.

The Cultural Committee of Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA) proudly presents NASeA Monthly Satsangs in North Carolina and Tennessee

In Morrisville, North Carolina
by Shyama Shyam Kirtan
(Devotional Bhajans Composed by Jagadguru Shri Kripalu ji Maharaj )
Date: Saturday, January 14 2012.
Time: 4.00 PM – 6:30 PM Eastern Time
Live Broadcast via NASeA TV at

Followed by Dinner 6:30-7:30 PM.

*** Children are welcome but are requested to maintain peace during the Satsang program***

Host: Dipendra/ Dr. Archana Lamichhane, Morrisville, North Carolina 919-397-1750


NASeA Satsang in Nashville, Tennesee
with Nashville Nepalese Association

by Raman Raj Sastri

Date: Sunday, January 15 2012 .
Time: 06.00 PM Central Time
Live Broadcast by NASeA TV on:
Broadcast Address: 13069 Hoovers Gap Road
Christiana, TN 37037-5715
Phone: 931 394 1008

Date: Sunday, January 15th 2012
Time: 6:00PM (Central); 07 PM Eastern Time
Organized President Nashville TN 6157203780

NASeA Cultural Committee
Janak Baral, Chair,
Dipendra Thapa, Co-Chair

What is Satsang?
Satsang in Samskrit language means ‘company with the truth’ (Sat = true, Sanga = company). In other words, it means company with a spiritual teacher or a group of people who discusses and listen to truthful teachings, discourses etc. Satsang involves bhajana (songs dedicated to God), meditations, teachings, lectures and question and answers that are aimed to the true purpose of live. Hinduism and Buddhism have numerous scriptures that faciliate Satsang.

Raman Raj Sastri, a true devotee of lord Krishna, has been practicing Satsang in Krishna Pranami Temple of Nashville TN and other places.

You are highly welcome to watch the broadcast live from the comfort of your house using your desktop, laptop or other mobile devises (link to the broadcast will be sent in next email) or join in person in the above broadcast address. Prasad will be offered at the above broadcast address.