Vrinda Kunda Festival Schedule

In Celebration of the 8th Anniversary of Vrinda Kunda Temple Opening, we have made an ecstatic schedule of parikramas and festivals from Feb 15 to Mar 4th. This year Mayapur festival is late, so Vrindavan Festival will be very hot. But in Vrindavan before Mayapur Festival is one of the best times of the year as the weather is very pleasant. Last year one devotee told me that he never knew there was so nice weather in Vrindavan. Our festival ends on Mar 4th so you have time to get to Gaura Mandal Parikram which begins on Mar 8th!

Most of the parikramas will be from 18th onwards. Those who are going to the other temple aniversary festivals on Nityananda Trayodasi and were wandering what to do until Mayapur Festival can take advantage of our festival Program.

Almost everyday we will leave in the morning from Krishna Balaram Mandir and visiting different places of the Divine Pastimes of Radha and Krishna and then returning for lunch, unless otherwise noted. The grand finale, our famous Sankirtan Procession around Nandagram with the ladies in front carrying waterpots with coconuts on top, Kalash Yatra, will be on Sunday Feb 27th. And that day will be totally free for everyone!

15th Vrinda Kunda (lunch at Vrinda Kunda)

16th Nityananda Trayodasi Festival in the Temple

17th Harer Nama Procession around Vrindavan from Sringar Vat

18th Narottama's App. Feast at Radha Vraja Mohan Mandir

19th Vrindavan Temples

20th Javat – Ter Kadamba – Vrinda Kunda (lunch at Vrinda Kunda)

21st Govardhana Parikrama (lunch at Uddhava Kunda)

22nd Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati's Vyasa Puja

23rd Barsana

24th Radha Kunda – Kusum Sarovara

25th Gokula

26th Man Sarovar, Bhandirvan, Baelvan

27th Vrinda Kunda Festival (feast at Vrinda Kunda) Free

All bus parikramas will be free for Srila Prabhupada's disciples and accompanying family members.

For further assistance you may contact the Information Center for taxi pickup or dropping at all railway stations or Delhi Aiports, railway reservations, or accomodation at <iskcon.vrindavan@pamho.net> or Krsna Balaram Prabhu +919897476111. In addition you can book your train tickets to Mayapur online at: http://www.indianrail.gov.in/index.html

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