Sri Krishna Janmasthami Maha-Mahotasava -2022


Sri Krishna Janmasthami Maha-Mahotasava -2022 l 

 


  

Sri Sir Radha Gopinath Temple of ISKCON Sector 45 is gearing up for the Krishna Janmashtami celebration on 19th August 2022

 

As the festive season is returned with a bang after the post-Covid-19 situation Janmashtami celebration this year will be a big hit. To mark the occasion ISKCON sector 45 temple has come with a three-day long festival program. 

 

“This year we will celebrate the occasion for three days. On the first day which is on 17th of August, there will be big Kirtan, Krishna Katha, and Cultural Programme. On 18 August also there will be Jhulan, Cultural Programme and lots of Kirtan. We celebrate Janmashtami on 19th August. The celebration will kick off with Mangal Arti, Bhoga Arti, Kalash Abhishek and Mahaabhishek at the midnight. For doing Aarti one can log on to our website www.iskcongurugram45.com and book their Aarti and Sew,” said Achyut Hari Das, President ISKCON Sector 45 Temple Gurugram.

 


“We have made huge security arrangements so that devotees can have Darshan of Lord Smoothly. Chappan Bhoga will be offered to the Lord after the Mahaabhishek is over at midnight. For the celebration along with the main temple, vicinity roads have also been decorated with Kolkata Light. At midnight Lord Krishna will be bathed in several items. On the next day of Janmasthami we will also celebrate the Appearance Day of Prabhupad- The Founder of ISKCON World Wide.” added Das. 

 

"We request all of you to be a part of this divine occasion; get darshan of Sri Sri Radha Gopinath and get the blessings and experience the bliss on this most auspicious day," appealed Das.

 

 The ISKCON Sector 45 Gurugram congregation has a great and rich history. From a small gathering of people that started about 20 years ago, the ISKCON Gurugram has come a long way by transforming itself from a small Preaching Centre to a full-fledged Temple. The congregational activities include Lord Jagannath’s Rath Yatra, value-education programs, Mantra meditation, vegetarian Karma-free cooking, distribution of free Prasad to the destitute and homeless under ISKCON’s Food for Life Program, distribution of Vedic books, Kirtan concerts, Harinam Sankirtan in the streets, and Sunday feast programs. 


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