The Supreme Lord Sri Krishna appeared on the earth 5202 years ago. His appearance in this world is remembered & celebrated as the Janmashtami festival.
“One who knows the transcendental nature of My appearance and activities does not, upon leaving the body, takes his birth again in this material world, but attains My eternal abode.O Arjuna”
– Bhagavad-gita 4.9
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What’s happening at ISKCON Punjabi Bagh this Janmastami?
1. Special sringar and blissful Darshans: Celebrations will start early morning with first darshans at 4.30am, then darshans will be closed after mangal Aarti. There will be special sringar and darshans will reopen at 8am.
Darshans will remain open till 12 midnight
2. 24 hrs KIRTANS: The most blissful and absorbing part of this festival are the soul stirring Kirtans. We invite you all to be a part of it.
3. Jhulan: welcome ‘the little blue boy’ by making him swing on a royal Jhula. This endless joy is absolutely unsurpassable.
4. Prasadam Distribution: Krishna’s mercy. This mercy is distributed throughout the day to all visitors.
5. Janmashtami Mela: This major attraction will capture you with it’s rocking cultural program. Join it with your family friend and relatives for real fun. Remember the venue is lawn no. 2 Punjabi Bagh Club.
6. Madhavas Rockband: Music Dance and Holy Names are going sweep you off with this rockband. Non stop kirtan and bhajans and much more is in store for you. We guarantee you an evening worth remembering.
7. Food Court: Fasting or no fasting this court has all to satiate your taste buds. Indian or continental or fast food cuisine will be there to this day joyous for you. Do join us in large numbers.
8. Abhishek of Sri Radhikaraman: A site worth beholding is when our dear Lordships are bathed using various paraphernalia. Time is 11pm and make sure to be with us.
9. Bhog offering and Midnight Aarti: Here comes the final moment to welcome the Lord in our heart. A real treat for the soul begins at 12 midnight.
10. Dancing: joy of devotion, blissful dancing to celebrate the joy of Krishna’s advent for his pleasure