Sri Narasimha Yajna Sponsorship! 

In the Bhagavad-gita, Lord Krishna explains the vision of a great devotee like Prahlada: “For one who sees Me everywhere and sees everything in Me, I am never lost to him, and he is never lost to Me.” Lord Krishna, Krsna is the protector of those who has adjusted their consciousness to that of being protected by Him. And when the same Lord comes as Narasimha, He is coming to fulfill His promise to His devotee who fully seek His protection.

It’s that time of the year again! Our savior, protector, and well-wisher is coming! ISKCON Mayapur warmly invites devotees, guests, and well-wishers from around the world to join us in celebrating the auspicious appearance day of Lord Narasimhadeva during the Sri Narasimha Caturdasi Festival 2024. This year, the festival will take place on May 22nd and will be celebrated in grand style, befitting our protector. For the first time ever, the celebrations will extend over a full 9 days, beginning on May 14th and culminating on May 22nd. Daily events will include:

  • Sri Narasimha Navaratri
  • 12 Narasimha Yajnas following Mangala Arati at 5:30 AM
  • Gopuja at 7:00 AM
  • A presentation on Bhargav Narasimha Vesha at 8:00 AM
  • And Sri Narasimha Katha, etc.

The festivities will continue for 9 days. Devotees interested in sponsoring the Sri Narasimha Yajna after Mangal Arati can register by the QR code below with the name of the person they are sponsoring. Please note there will be 12 Yajna Kundas available for just 12 names daily, so you may choose to sponsor the service for individual days or for the entire 9-day period.

Sri Sthanu Narasimhadeva of Mayapur holds a special place in the hearts of devotees worldwide, known for His divine pastimes and boundless mercy as Bhakta Vatsala, the transcendental protector of devotees. By great fortune, the rare opportunity to serve the Lord is received. The glories and mercy of Sri Narasimhadeva are unlimited! Participate in the festival by contributing to any of the sevas listed. More sevas will be announced soon, so keep an eye on

“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.”

Seva Opportunities:

  • Sri Narasimha Yajna: Rs. 5000 (1 Kunda) for one day’s seva
  • Sri Narasimha Yajna: Rs. 25000 for 5 days’ seva
  • Sri Narasimha Yajna: Rs. 45000 for the full nine days

If the sender is a citizen of only India –

Account Name: “International Society for Krishna Consciousness”

Bank Name: Kotak Bank

Account No: 8512103714

RTGS / IFSC Code: KKBK0006570

Branch: H. B. Sarani, Kolkata.

Bank address: 21, Centre Point Building, Hemanta Basu Sarani, Kolkata: 700001

For support write to us

Note: after payment through the QR code, kindly specify the name of seva for what purpose the amount is for ( in this category it should be for Narasimha Yajna with the number of days paid for).

For General donations click:

If the sender is a citizen of country other than India (Including Dual Citizen) –You can send donation by direct Swift transfer (not through) intermediary bank) to the below account.

After sending the donation, kindly fill up the below linked donor form and send it along with all other below requested information.

Account Name: “International Society For Krishna Consciousness”

Bank Name: State Bank of IndiaAccount No: 40132695685 Account Type: FCRA Savings AccountIFSC Code: SBIN0000691Swift Code: SBININBB104 Swift Purpose Code: P1303 Branch: New Delhi MainBranch Code: 00691Address of branch: FCRA Cell, 4th Floor, State Bank of India, New Delhi Main Branch,11, Sansad Marg, New Delhi-110001

After remittance, please email with the following details to track the remittance:

Name of donor

Address of donor

Country of origin (for foreign remittances)

Date of remittance

Amount remitted

Currency type

Purpose: P1303 (Donations to religious and charitable institutions in India)

Passport copy (If remitting from abroad)

Filled donor form (If remitting from abroad):

Swift copy of remittance (if remitting from abroad)


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