Hindu Wedding Priest-UK

M: +44 (0)7595 502 554 --- E: hindupriest108@gmail.com

Hindu wedding priest available throughout the year in UK and also abroad. Trained in Vedic marriages after completed 8 years in the Bhaktivedanta Manor ashram. 

About the Priest

Sundar Madhava Das was born in the UK and graduated from university with a degree in Business and Law. Soon after graduation, he decided to dedicate his life for the spiritual upliftment of society and joined the world famous Bhaktivedanta Manor, Hare Krishna Temple in Watford, as a brahmacari Brahmin monk for almost 10 years. The Manor has an international reputation of producing some of the finest priests throughout the whole of Europe. During his time in the temple, he travelled extensively throughout the UK, teaching the ancient philosophy of the Bhagavad Gita across many leading universities including: Cambridge University, Nottingham University and the London School of Economics to name a few.

He has given countless discourses at homes across London and the Midlands and has spent many years studying the Vedas from his travels to India. As well as being a temple pujari, he also conducted short term and long term Bhagavad Gita courses for working professionals and the general public from all backgrounds across London. He coaches and mentors many families and students throughout their spiritual journeys.

In his early 30's, Sundar Madhava is available to conduct the Vedic Hindu wedding ceremony across the UK and abroad. He comes from a glorious lineage of saints that directly descend from Lord Shri Krishna Himself!

Sundar Madhava is an eloquent orator and has a natural ability to connect to people of all ages and cultures. His humour, stories, explanations and Sanskrit pronunciation will captivate audiences to make sure your wedding is an experience that no one will ever forget. Being British, in his early 30's and having almost 10 years of ashram training, he is at the forefront of ushering in a new generation of young, home grown British Indian priests to ensure the rich culture and heritage of Hinduism will grow and flourish in our society for many more years to come. 

Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare