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Festivals

Odana Sashti Festival In Rajapur

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Being in Mayapur and very close to Rajapur, home of Lord Jaganath, Baladeva and Subadhra, we all jumped in a car and went to take part of the festivities that were organized for the very sweet pastime of Odana sashti. This yearly Rajapur festival is a rare opportunity for the devotees to all sit in […]

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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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VisitMayapur.com Redesigned

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    Mayapur Tourism, ISKCON Mayapur’s travels and tours division has announced the launch of its improved website www.visitmayapur.com. Sri Mayapur is the birth place of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu- the most merciful form of Lord Krsna who distributed Krsna prema to even the most fallen through Harinaam sankirtan. To give this mercy to everyone […]

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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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Dharmada Nagar Sankirtan

For the pleasure of Their Lordships Sri Sri Pancatattva, Sri Sri Radha Madhav, Lord Nrsimhadev, HDG Srila Prabhupada and all devotees, Mayapur Local Preaching (MLP) organized a sankirtan at Dharmada village on 19th April. This place is located close to Dhubulia town, Belpukur and Rukunpur (one of the pastime places within Nabadwip dham area). Dharmada […]

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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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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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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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Puri Tour by Mayapur Local Preaching

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Hare Krishna, For the pleasure of their Lordships Sri Sri Radha Madhav, Pancatattva, Sri Nrisimha Dev, Sri Jagannath Baladev Subhadra Maharani and Srila Prabhupada, Mayapur Local Preaching (MLP) went to Sri Jagannath Puri for a six day tour from 10th to 15th March. 70 Bhakti Vriksha members went for the trip and by the mercy of […]

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Govinda Ghosh Disappearance day- Agradwip Mela

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On  Papamocani ekadasi day, Govinda ghosh, an eternal associate of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu disappeared. Gopinath jiu (Govinda Ghosh’s beloved deity) held Kusa grass in His fingers to perform Shraddha ceremony of Govinda ghosh. This was as per His promise to Govinda Ghosh and this practice is continued till today. Shri Govinda Ghosh was known for […]

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