(This is in remembrance of Bharati Kemraj’s Father)

Family, Friends and Community Members are invited to join us in a “Faith In The Community” Candlelight Vigil and Prayer Ceremony in remembrance of the late Pandit Vishnu Sukul, Founder, Hindu Priest and Spiritual Leader of the Vishnu Mandir on Thursday, February 20th from 6:30PM-8PM at 1216 Noble Avenue.

On February 20th, 2019, Founder and Spiritual Leader of the Vishnu Mandir, Pandit Vishnu Sukul passed away 30 days after having a massive heart attack. Pandit Sukul founded the Vishnu Mandir Hindu Temple 23 years ago and dedicated over 50 years of his life to representing his home country of Guyana and promoting Hinduism through prayers, events, activities and awareness engagements. Pandit Sukul have the street Noble Ave. in the borough of The Bronx co-named “Pandit Vishnu Sukul Way” preserving his legacy as he is the first Guyanese, Hindu Priest to have a New York City Street Co-Named after him. Pandit Vishnu Sukul is survived by his wife, mother and father in laws, six children, two sons in laws, daughter in law and seven grandchildren along with thousands of community members.

“Faith In The Community” 
Candlelight Vigil and Prayer Ceremony”
In remembrance of the late Pandit Vishnu Sukul 

Thursday, February 20, 2020
From 6:30 PM – 8 PM
Vishnu Mandir
1216 Noble Avenue, Bronx

For more information contact: 
Bharati Sukul Kemraj (347) 229-3664

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