Janmastami

The birth of Lord Krishna is one of the biggest celebrations of the year, celebrated all over the world. Krishna appeared on earth over 5,000 years ago in Vrindavan, India. Krishna means “the all-attractive one”. He is the cause of all causes, the Supreme personality of the entire creation, both material and spiritual, He is the God of all gods, and the Lord within everything and separate from everything at the same time. This is the day devotees celebrate His beautiful pastimes, His presence in their lives, taking time to remember their eternal loving relationship with Him and His presence within all of our hearts. Devotees fast till midnight on this day, followed by a feast in His honour.

Festival Schedule

07.00 am Guru Puja
08.00 am Deities Greetings
08.10 am Adhivas Ceremony
08.30 am Jaya Radhe Jaya Krishna (Lord Krishna’s lotus shoes blessings)
08.45 am Special Class
10.30 am Bhajans / Japa
12.30 pm Raj Bhoga Arati
01.00 pm Class
02.00 pm Harinam
04.15 pm Dhoop Arati
04.30 pm Special Class
05.45 pm Drama
07.00 pm Sandhya Arati
07.45 pm Abhisek
08.45 pm Bhajans (Krishna bhajans/Dramatic Reading/Dance)
11.00 pm Maha Mantra kirtan
00.00 am Midnight Arti (Krishna’s lotus feet blessings & maha distribution from the altar)
00.10 am Ekadasi Feast (Restaurant – Takeaways only)

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