Weekly Satsang @ Anupama & Sudharshan's

(Weekly event) Sep 29, 2013 to May 07, 2016 (ended)

Satsang this week is at Anupama & Sudharshan's.

Typical schedule for the satsang:

6:00 PM Reading from selected Text or Book
6:10 PM Dhyāna ślōka and Amma's 108 names
6:30 PM Bhajans
7:40 PM Mediation
7:50 PM Ārati
8:00 PM Closing Prayers
8:00 PM - Vegetarian Potluck

Special Note to Parents:

Please be aware that the satsang locations are not child-proof. Please keep your child in mind during satsang to keep them safe and to avoid breakage. We ask that you consider other people’s experience at satsang and try to find quiet activities for them during satsang and especially during the brief meditation and prayer time at the end.

Please bring:

- Your bhajan books
- Please bring a vegetarian dish to share
- A can of beans, mac and cheese, or bag of noodles, pasta – any canned or boxed food - from your shelf, if you can, and that will go towards the Mother's Kitchen Food Drive.


17037 Castello Circle
San Diego, CA 92127

Gate Code: 9917


From North County coast : From I-5 south, take the Carmel Valley offramp to CA56 East (Ted Williams). Keep driving and then take I-15 North. On I-15 North take Camino Del Norte exit and turn left (West) onto Camino Del Norte. Follow:

  • Drive about 2.7 miles on Camino Del Norte.
  • Turn right on Four Gee Rd.
  • Right onto  Campania Ave
  • Left on Castello Circle to Salviati Gated community
  • Enter the gate and make a right
  • Park anywhere. Our house is on the right near the mailbox.

From South inland: Take I-15 North, then Camino Del Norte exit. Turn left onto Camino Del Norte and then as above.
From North inland: Take I-15 South, then Camino Del Norte exit. Turn right onto Camino Del Norte and then as above.


1:00pm - 2:30pm
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