Gaura Purnima

Lord Chaitanya, also known as Gauranga – the golden coloured incarnation of Lord Krishna – appeared in West Bengal, India, around 500 years ago. Gaura Purnima is the festival of His appearance, taking place in spring. The Lord appeared in His previous incarnations as Lord Krishna, Lord Rama, and Lord Nrsimhadeva. Lord Chaitanya transformed the hearts of everyone He met through singing of the Hare Krishna Maha Mantra and re-establishing the Bhakti-yoga tradition that ISKCON continues through its lineage today. Devotees fast till moonrise on this day, followed by a feast in His honour.


07.00 am Guru Puja
08.00 am Deity Greetings
08.45 am Class – HG Dayal Mora Das
10.30 am Japa/Bhajans
12.00 pm Maha Harinaam
12.30 pm Raj Bhoga Arati
03.30 pm Drama
04.15 pm Dhoopa Arati
04.35 pm Abhishek
06.00 pm Class – HG Murli Manorara Das
07.00 pm Sandhya Arati
07.15 pm Gaura Purnima Feast (Takeaway)
09.00 pm Shayana Arati

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