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 HERE to help.
your servants @ ISKCON Brighton
Stay tuned for details on Harinams planned in and around the city and further afield during ‘Holy Name Week’.
Don’t miss this weeks special guest speaker His Holiness Dayananda maharaj. Expect great Kirtan and an enlivening talk from maharaj. Please come and invite friends and family.
Apologies but due to unforeseen circumstances we have to cancel this weeks Hare Krishna Friday programme. We will be back to our usual schedule next Friday but in the mean time, remember its London Rathayatra festival this Sunday 17th July.
Please meet us at 09:00 sharp on Sunday at Brighton station so we can have all go on pilgrimage together (and maybe get cheaper tickets as a group). Jaya Jagannath!
This Friday celebrates the advent of Lord Nrsimhadeva, the fiercest incarnation of Krsna. Lord Nrsimhadeva appeared on earth to protect his devotee, Prahlad Maharaja, from the evil and atheistic clutches of his father, Hiranyakasipu.
We will recount the pastime with an interactive drama, so please come for chanting, feasting and fun.
Please click HERE for map and directions