Adult classes

Study classes are forums where seekers of knowledge study a Vedantic text and discuss the concepts with like-minded aspirants in an open environment of positive spiritual growth. We hold a…

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Chinmaya Setukari

At Chinmaya Mission, children are introduced to spiritual culture through Bala Vihar. The next leg is an exceptionally large wing of the Mission – Chinmaya Yuva Kendra (youth wing), which is…

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Youth(18-35 years)

‘Chinmaya Yuva Kendra’ or CHYK UK is the youth wing of Chinmaya Mission UK. Swami Chinmayananda, the founder of Chinmaya Mission, always said it was far more relevant for young people…

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Children and teens(5-17 years)

"Children are not vessels to be filled, but lamps to be lit.” – Swami Chinmayananda BalVihar classes provide spiritual and cultural orientation to children of the modern age. Swami Chinmayananda…

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Senior citizens(Senior Citizens )

Chinmaya Vanaprastha Sansthan (CVS) promotes graceful ageing through spiritual living for senior citizens. Following a concept Chinmaya Mission initiated in India, CVS in the UK exists to supports individuals of…

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Devotional music(devotional music)

Chinmaya Swaranjali is the musical wing of Chinmaya Mission UK that offers music as a tribute to the divine. Musical recitals are offered as a service to spread the teachings…

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Seva(volunteer)

‘Service to society for peace and harmony within and without’ – ways to serve with Chinmaya Mission UK From hosting Swami Chinmayananda’s first ever ‘International Spiritual Camp’ in 1986, Chinmaya…

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Shishu Vihar(Babies and toddlers 0-4 years)

Shishu Vihar classes are for parents and children under the age of five years. Sowing the seeds of spiritual wisdom in young hearts, this is a unique class for toddlers and…

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Sanskrit Classes

Why Sanskrit? Sanskrit is the world’s oldest language and the source of many Eastern and Western languages. Nearly all Indian languages are derived from Sanskrit, thus it forms the cultural…

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