Please see our FAQ's should you have any questions regarding attending Ram Katha London.
You are welcome to bring your child/ children into the Katha. There is also a crèche / children’s area facility if you wish to use it. Please see the Children’s Area section for more information.
Yes, Ram Katha is open to all from all background and faiths. Please read more about Morari Bapu and Katha by visiting the About Morari Bapu section.
There will be events on certain evenings, which will be announced during the Katha where Morari Bapu will be present. There will also be at least one evening where you are able to sit in the presence of Morari Bapu. Any such information will be announced at the end of the Katha session on each day and will be updated on this website on the Daily Schedule section.
Everyday, Prasad and Lunch will be provided for Katha attendees. Please see Daily Schedule for more information.
We have secured rooms at certain hotels in and around the Katha venue. Please see the Accommodation section.
We have secured a number of complimentary car parking spaces for attendees for the duration of Katha.
Please note there are no car parking passes required and spaces are on a first come first served basis. For more information please click here.
Visas are required for Indian citizens wishing to attend London Ram Katha. Applicants are advised to apply for visas a minimum of 15 days ahead of travel.
For further details and guidance on:
- How to apply,
- What documents to provide,
- Visa fees, then please visit the following website: https://www.vfsglobal.co.uk/India/how_to_apply.html
When applying for UK visas, please state clearly on your application that you are traveling to attend London Ram Katha and print and attach the below London Ram Katha flyer.
We are not providing coaches, however there may be arrangements being made from your area. Please contact your local Mandir or Community Centre for information on this.