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This Friday September 9th, as a warmup for Rathayatra on Sunday, we have ‘Cabaret Krishna multi-media presentation with our friend Parividha prabhu.
Parividha das is a disciple of Srila Prabhupada an accomplished actor, singer and arranger who specialises in transforming musicals and show tunes into transcendental arrangements that not only entertain but inspire our spiritual lives. Programme starts at 19.30 as usual.
His website is HERE
The main event this weekend is this years Rathayatra Festival on Sunday 11th September2015.
Rathayatra is a festival for Lord Krishna and His devotees. Its an extraordinary spiritual event that originates in Jagannatha Puri on the east coast of India and dates back over 2,000 years.
Everyone chants the Hare Krishna maha-mantra and dances in ecstacy as Krishna in His most merciful form of Jagannatha is pulled along on a huge wooden cart.
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Please don’t miss out on these exciting events and bring your family and friends.
If you haven’t already made your donation for the festival, its not too late! Please click HERE to make your offering to Lord Jagannath.
Wishing everyone an auspicious Janmashtami, the celebration of Krishna’s appearance, today August 25th.
Click HERE for information on the pastime.
Please come to this Friday’s programme – 26th August 19:30, for our celebration and also to celebrate Srila Prabhupada’s appearance day (always day after Janmashtami) where we will do a special Puja and readings about Srila Prabhupada.
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Look forward to seeing you all there.
Hare Krishna, dear friends and devotees.
This year’s Brighton Ratha Yatra (festival of chariots) falls on Sunday September 11th at 11:30am from the bottom of Grand Avenue Hove (BN3 2LS)
We are kindly looking for kind donations to help support this beautiful and ancient festival originating from Puri, India. Funds are needed for the huge free vegetarian feast served to everyone, decorations and travel costs.
To give something to Krishna is an extremely elevated activity – whether you give some of your time to hear and chant, some of your energy, some of your money or ultimately some of your love. Please click HEREto help.
your servants @ ISKCON Brighton