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Gaura Purnima 2019 Sponsorships

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On the 28th of February devotees will arrive for Sravana Utsava & Kirtan Mela, followed by the Pancha-Tattva Haha-Abhishek, festival inauguration, various festivities, Navadwipa Mandala Parikrama, and the grand celebration of Gaura Purnima on the 21st of March. Click here for: GAURA PURNIMA FESTIVAL SCHEDULE Click on one of the below sponsorship categories for more information: […]

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Srimad Bhagavat Katha Yajna by HH Radha Govinda Goswami

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On the banks of Ganges, HH Radha Govinda Goswami Maharaja ‘s Srimad Bhagavat Katha Yajna is taking place from 12 Nov.In a grand inauguration organised by Mayapur Ganga Puja Seva Committee, Maharaja was welcomed in a colorful procession with auspicious sounds of conch and vedic mantras and shower of flowers. For the next seven days,Maharaj […]

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Trancendental Journey to Vrindavan Dham

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For the pleasure of their Lordships Sri Sri Radha Madhava, Pancatattva, Nrisimha Dev and Srila Prabhupada, and for all the readers, Mayapur Bhakti Vriksha (MBV) is happy to inform everyone that for the first time ever, Bhakti Vriksha group, successfully conducted a Vrindavan Tour with 50 Bhakti Vriksha devotees. The journey commenced on 17 Nov 2015, […]

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Mayapur Flood Day – 2

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  Over night the Ganga has risen quite a lot. Many areas cannot be reached without a boat now. Water level is increasing every hour, in front of Gada building the water is around 4.5 feet, and in the Mayapur temple hall the water is around the waist line. Bengali news channels are informing that in […]

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Help Support Flood Relief in Mayapur

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On behalf of Mayapur Management I share the first update on the Flood situation in Mayapur. With the heavy rainfall for the past one week and the following release of water from Farakka dam, flood waters have started to enter into Mayapur and surrounding areas. Since yesterday, Ganges water has been overflowing off Bhakti Siddhanta road, […]

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Camp organized by Mayapur Local Preaching

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For the pleasure of their Lordships Sri Sri Radha Madhava, Pancatattva, Nrisimha Dev and His Divine Grace Srila Prabhupada, Mayapur Local Preaching (MLP) held a ‘Summer camp’ on 13-14th June. More than 200 Bhakti Vriksha devotees participated in this program. On 13th morning, devotees arrived from different places like Krishnanagar, Dhubulia, Bhaluka, Srirampur etc. at […]

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Purusottama Month is Coming!

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Hare Krishna You might already be aware of Purusottama month and its occurrence this year. To put it briefly, when the full moon occurs twice in a month, i.e. in less than 29 solar days, then the month is divided into 2 and a leap month is added. This leap month is known as Adika […]

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Ganga puja celebrations

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On 28th May evening, devotees at ISKCON Mayapur celebrated Ganga puja festival. Also known as Ganga Dussehra, the day marks the descent of mother Ganges to earth. Hundreds of devotees gathered at Prabhupada Ghat to worship Mother Ganges and take bath in Her holy waters. The program started off with melodious kirtan. Then to the delight of […]

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Jahnu Saptami

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25 April,2015 Ganga-saptami or Jahnu-saptami appears in the month of Vaisakha (Vaisnava month of Madhusudana-April/May) on the 7th day of Sukla-paksa, or the waxing fortnight of the full moon. After the Ganga descended onto the Himalayas, the river entered the sacrificial arena of Jahnu Rsi and disturbed his meditation. This pastime is stated in the […]

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2nd Tribal convention held in Mayapur

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  26th of March 2015, saw the inauguration of ISKCON Mayapur’s second annual tribal convention called, ‘The festival of Gau, Ganga, Gita’. This three day convention hosted 600 members from 10 different tribal groups belonging to six Indian states.  Some of the tribes that participated were Chakma (Tripura), Chenchus(Orissa), Khasis (Assam), Kuki (Manipur), Mikirs (Assam), […]

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