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ISKCON Mayapur welcomes worldwide devotees to join us on the joyous occasion of celebrating the appearance day of Sri Narasimhadeva, Sri Narasimha Caturdasi festival 2018. This year, the festival falls on 29th April. A three days festivities including Narahari Nama Kirtan, adhivas, Maha abhisheka and Sri Narasimha Katha are planned for this year’s festival.

Sri Sthanu Narasimhadeva of Mayapur has a special place in the hearts of devotees worldwide. He is famous as performer of various pastimes, giving out His magnanimous mercy as Bhakta vatsala- transcendental protector of devotees. By great good fortune, the rare opportunity of serving the Lord is received. Sri Narasimhadeva glories are unlimited, so His mercy! Take part in the festival by contributing for any of your desired sevas!

SEVA Amount
Oil Abhishek Rs.100,000
Flower decoration in temple and alter Rs.50,000
Flower Abhishek Rs.55,000
Deity garlands Rs.25,000
Lighting decoration Rs.15,000
Yajaman / a Yajna Rs.13,000
Pandal for Yajna Rs.25,000
Special Narasimha Tulasi puja Rs.2,501
Brass Lamp Rs.3,000
Silver Lamp Rs.5,000
Conch Rs.10,000
Copper Kalash Rs.2,500
Silver Kalash Rs.11,000
PRASADA SEVA
Prasada seva- 1000 plates Rs.80,000
Prasada seva- 500 plates Rs.40,000
Prasada Seva- 250 plates Rs.20,000
Feast Prasadam for Brahmacharis Rs.30,000
Full prasadam sponsorship Rs.225,000

DONATE BY CLICKING BELOW

Citizen of only India

Citizen of country other than India (Including Dual Citizen)

OR BANK TRANSFER (from Indian account)

Our Account Name: ISKCON
Our Account No: 237010100005944,
RTGS / IFSC Code: UTIB 0000237
Bank: Axis Bank
Krishna Nagar Branch
No.14 M M Ghosh Street, P.O.Krishna Nagar, District – Nadia, West Bengal, India.
Please send us the transaction details to confirm the receipt of the amount to our email ID: mayapurnarasimhapuja@gmail.com

 “By meditating upon He whose form is fearsome, all peace, happiness and prosperity can be obtained, all sins can be obliterated, the fear arising from evil spirits, fevers and unfavourable planetary positions can be removed, O Lord Nrsimha, please bestow upon me Your merciful side-long glance.”

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