Updated: Mon, 07/22/2024 - 15:29

Gradual reopening continues on downtown campus. See Campus Public Safety website for details.

La réouverture graduelle du campus du centre-ville se poursuit. Complément d'information : Direction de la protection et de la prévention.

Ratha Yatra Festival of India

12 Jul 2023

On July 8, 2023, I attended the Ratha Yatra Festival of India with MORSL staff and McGill students during a My Neighbour’s Faith Event. It was a moving experience to be immersed in Hindu traditions...

Spring is here! Happy Vaisakhi!

14 Apr 2023

Vaisakhi, also known as Baisakhi, is a significant festival celebrated during springtime by Sikhs and Hindus in India and around the world. It marks the beginning of the new solar year, and it...

Celebrating Holi - the festival of colours

8 Mar 2023

Holi is one of the biggest celebrations in the Hindu tradition, and today Hindus all around the world will be celebrating with an abundance of colours, water balloons, and flowers. Holi represents...

Celebrating Pancha Ganapati

20 Dec 2022

December 21st is a special day for many reasons, as it marks the beginning of Yule as well as the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere. But did you know that this day also marks the beginning...

Partner event - Student Interfaith Discussion

Wednesday, March 23, 2022 18:30to20:00

In support of interfaith dialogue at McGill, MORSL is delighted to co-host and promote a student-led interfaith discussion./morslCategory: Spirituality

How I Celebrate: Diwali

18 Oct 2022

Did you know that Saturday, October 22nd marks the beginning of Diwali, a five-day celebration of the Indian festival of lights? One of the most popular festivals in South Asian cultures, Diwali is...

Stories and Miracles in Hindu Places

1 Mar 2022

Hinduism has thousands, if not millions, of sacred spaces where a devotee can go to worship his or her ishtadevata, or personal god. For example, there are places like Chidambaram, one of the most...

How I Celebrate: Navaratri

7 Oct 2021

October 7th, 2021 marks the beginning of Navaratri, a nine-day long festival that honors the Mother Goddess in all her manifestations, including Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati.

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