H are Krishna,
Dear devotees, once again Mayapur Bhakti Vriksha (MBV) exploring a very enlivening news for you all that by the 20th December, 2015(Sunday) the annual picnic of MBV held with great joy at champahati (Ritudwip) ‘Gour Gadadhara’ Temple. More than 400 fortunate devotees participated in this festival, who had good fortune to see the beautiful lotus eyed deities of their Lordships Sri ‘Goura Gadadhara’ over there.
The program starts at 10:30 AM with mangalacaran and Bhajan-Kirtan for one hour. H.G. Sankarsan Pr. sung a heart touching Goudiya Bhajan related with ‘Goura Gadadhara’ that compiled by Srila bhaktivinod Thakur— ‘kabe aaha gouranga balia’ …… very softly, that created a devotional environment into the consciousness of the assembled devotees. Then worldwide Congregational Development Minister (CDM) H.G. Kounteya Pr. spoke on the importance of spiritual life based on ‘Sraddha’ for 30 minutes and Bhakti Vriksha Director H.G. Sankarsan Nitai Pr. delivered the main part of the lecture for 15 munities and followed by H.G. distributed different certificates on Bhakti Vriksha Siksha Level and Sraddha-Kutir etc.
After that the stage occupied with enlivening cultural dance program by one of the BV kid for ten minutes and followed by three different games program namely musical ball for the matajis; spiritually ‘symbolic identifying with gesture’ music play for the children and Tug-of-war- tuging with a huge rope of lord Jagannath Ratha for all the Mel members over there and simultaneously for all these events prize also distributed.
To encourage them many senior devotees and BV well-wishers also went from Mayapur to the picnic festival. People were amazed to see so many varieties of wonderful programs in a picnic party. Finally delicious lunch Prasadam /picnic mahaprasad were served to all the participants.
Overall the program was successful under the guidance of MBV coordinator H.G. Mathuresh Pr.
Thank you very much for reading.
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare.