Bhajans: Entry free to famous pundit’s recital

2012-02-06 00:00

HINDU missionary and world-famous bhajan singer Pundit Chunelal Narine will be in Pietermaritzburg on Wednesday.

The United Nations award-winning missionary will present a programme of spiritual lectures and bhajan songs at the Truro Hall starting at 6.30 pm.

Narine is the guest of the South African Hindu Dharma Sabha and has been invited as part off the organisation’s 2012 Hindu renaissance programme.

This will be his second visit to the city after a successful lecture tour last year.

Local organisers said entry would be free and on a first come, first seated basis. They urged attendees to get there early. — Supplied.

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