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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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Welcoming New Year 2016!

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Happy New Year to all our viewers. Thank you for your continued support, inspiring us in our services. May the blessings of Sri Sri Radha Madhava, Pancha Tatva and Lord Narasimha Deva be with you. Welcome New Year 2016 with blessings from Sri Mayapur dhama! Let your first expense in the New Year be your […]

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Govardhan Pooja Festival

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Have a look at the full gallery: Govardhan Puja & Abhishek Again this year, Sri Dham Mayapur celebrated Govardan Puja in a very sweet way. It’s all started a week ago when every evening HH Bhakti Brhat Bhagavat swami gave amazing classes on Vraj Lila that brought the devotees to a perfect mood. So when […]

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Param Vijayate Sri Krishna Sankirtanam

“Param Vijayate Sri Krishna Sankirtanam” Hare Krishna, Mayapur Bhakti Vriksha happily wants to inform you that recently there was a “Harinam Sankirtan” procession within Sri Mayapur Dham ISKCON campus on 4th of October 2015, for the occasion of “Vishwa Harinam Worldwide Week’” and for the pleasure of Namacarya Srila Haridas Thakura. Along with their guests […]

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Festivals

Srila Prabhupada Vyasa Puja 2015

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 View the full gallery: Offerings and Abhishek Similar to earlier years, ISKCON Mayapur had a week filled with festivals glorifying Srila Prabhupada on occasion of His Vyasa puja. The bramacharis, other temple staff, international devotees, Bhaktivedanta National School, and Sri Mayapur International School all held their own celebrations. These festivals enabled many devotees to read […]

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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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Lord Nityananda’s Padukas Come Home

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  After four months of fund raising for TOVP in America, HG Jananivasa prabhu returned home to Mayapur with the padukas of Lord Nityananda on 12th July. Hundreds of jubilant devotees flocked at Temple’s main gate for receiving them. It was truly a grand reception with multifarious items like garlands, rangolis, flowers and many ghee […]

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Purusottama month being sincerely observed

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Since 17th June, devotees at ISKCON Mayapur are sincerely observing the Purusottama month. Daily ghee lamps are being distributed for free in the Temple hall. Devotees offer these lamps to all the Deities singing melodious Hare Krishna kirtan and bhajans like ‘Jay Radhe Jay Krishna Jay Vrindavan’. Some devotees take daily bath in the Ganges, […]

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Chandan yatra festivities in Sri Mayapur

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Chandan yatra is the festival wherein sandalwood (chandan) paste is applied to Deities to keep Them cool. It runs for three weeks. This year the festival started on 21st April.  Devotees and visitors at ISKCON  Mayapur have been daily making sandalwood paste on stone grinder below Radha Madha Deities. Infact, sandalwood grinding started even before the actual […]

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Rama Navami 2015 Celebrations

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On 28th March, ISKCON Mayapur celebrated Rama Navami (the appearance day of Lord Rama) with great zeal. The celebration had a very sweet flavor. The deities of Sri Sri Sita Ram Laksman Hanuman were set in front of the altar of Sri Pancha-Tattva and They were beautifully decorated with different ornaments, jewels and fragrant flowers. The […]

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