Join us for the traditional Chopda Pujan, a ceremony performed by Hindus worldwide in which one's accounting books are sanctified, marking the end of the Hindu fiscal year and inaugurating the new year. The Vedic ceremony symbolizes humility, as devotees dedicate their work to God, and pray for better fortunes for all in the upcoming new year. To participate, simply bring a copy of your business ledger or financial statements, or simply bring your checkbook, a notebook, or any other item important to you. These items will remain confidential and with you at all times.
Kids are also invited for a separate Chopda Pujan just for them! Bring your school book, notebook, or binder. Timings are the same as the general Chopda Pujan.
See last year's Chopda Pujan, Diwali, and Annakut celebrations here: https://www.baps.org/News/2017/Diwali--Annakut-Celebration-2017-12198.aspx