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Lord Jagannath Rath Yatra Celebrated

Rath Yatra 2015ISKCON Juhu celebrated its annual Lord Jagannath Rath yatra on 23 January 2014. The parade began from Bhaktivedanta Swami Mission School (Shastri Nagar, Andheri) and concluded at Jamnabai Narsee School Ground, Juhu. (more…)

Hot Meals for 1,50,000 Underprivilaged on Makar Sankranti

HH Gopal Krishna Goswami

Makar Sankranti signify the entry of Sun in the Northern Hemisphere (makara-rasi). Vedic scriptures recommend giving charity on this day and of all form of charity, anna-dan or charity of food is most auspicious. (more…)
Sharad Purnima Dressing – 2014

Sharad Purnima Special Darshan - 2014

This is the night when Lord Krishna performed the Rasa dance. This dance represents the most perfect intimacy between the infinitesimal soul and the Supreme soul, free of any material tinge of selfish desire, but charged with intense bliss. (more…)

Devotees Celebrate Half-Man & Half Lion Incarnation of Lord Krishna

Devotees Celebrate Half-Man & Half Lion Incarnation of Lord Krishna
Narsimha Caturdasi is the appearance day of Sri Narsimhadev, an incarnation of Lord Krishna in form of half-man and half-lion. The Lord appeared in this unusual form to protect His devotee Prahlad (more…)

Special Summer Flower House For Deities

Special Summer Flower House For Deities

Special flower bungalows were erected and decorated with fragrant mogra and lotus flowers on all the three altars to bring relief to Their Lordships from the mid-May summer on 13 May 2014. (more…)

Sitanavami Celebrated

Sitanavami Celebrated
Sitanavami, the appearance day of Srimati Sitadevi, the consort of Lord Rama was celebrated on  8 May 2014. Sitadevi represents chastity, service attitude, commitment, humility, spiritual strength and unlimited beauty. On Sitanavami, devotees (more…)

Soothing Relief For Deities From Scorching Summer

Soothing Relief For Deities From Scorching Summer
The soothing Chandan yatra festival was celebrated on 2 May 2014.  Chandan yatra begins from Akshaya Tritaya and is celebrated for 21 days mainly in the summer for the pleasure of the Lord (more…)

Cows at ISKCON Farm Get a New Home

Cows at ISKCON Farm Get a New Home

The extremely adorable cows, calves and bulls at Nilachal Dham Farm, Talasari, were in receipt of a special dwelling when the management and devotees at ISKCON Juhu inaugurated a new goshala (cowshed) on 2 May. (more…)

Rath Yatra & Gokulananda Mela Delights All

Rath Yatra & Gokulananda Mela Delights All

ISKCON Juhu congregation devotees based at Goregoan (E) organized an annual Ratha-Yatra Festival on 26 April 2014.Their Lordships Sri Sri Jagannath, Baladeva and Subhadra devi graced the streets of Film City Road (more…)

Austerity the pillar of religion

Austerity the pillar of religion

In the English language, the word “austerity” has negative connotation. Austerity is derived from the greek word “austeros” which means dry or harsh. One who is austere is expected to be stern, rigorous, (more…)

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