The upcoming events celebrated in the center

Online Janmastami

When: 12/08/2020
Grand Online Celebration. 20 Competitions. 1500+ prizes to be won. Competitions for children & adults. Easy participation via FB/Instagram. Results on 24th Aug. Please visit

Srila Prabhupada’s Appearance Day

When: 13/08/2020 (Noon)
Come and celebrate with us the appearance day of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the most powerful vaisnava of modern times who spread the science of Krishna Consciousness all over the world. Come and witness the huge offering done to Srila Prabhupada on this day.


When: 26/08/2020
Radhashtami day is the most auspicious day of appearance of Goddess of fortune, Sri Radha, who is the feminine counterpart of Lord Sri Krishna.

Appearance of Lord Vamanadeva

When: 29/08/2020
Vamanadeva is Lord Krishna’s avatar (incarnation) as a dwarf brahmana during a period of intense conflict between the appointed directors of the universe (devas, or “demigods”) and asuras (“demons”).


When: 15/11/2020

Diwali is one of the most popular festivals in the Indian calendar. The anniversaries of many auspicious historical events comprise this ancient festival. The festivities comprise of firecrackers, ceremonial bathing, feasting, artis, family get-togethers – and illuminations.

Govardhana Puja

When: 16/11/2020

The tenth Canto of Srimad-Bhagavatam relates many of Krishna’s amazing pastimes. Of these, “The Lifting of Govardhan Hill” is one of the devotees’ favourites. It tells the story of how Krishna lifted Govardhan Hill in Vrindavan for seven days and seven nights, balancing it on the tip of his small finger and thus providing a huge umbrella under which all the residents and animals of Vrindavan could find shelter from the devastating rainstorm sent by Lord Indra (god of rain and king of heaven) upon their village.

Prabhupada Disappearance Day

When: 18/11/2020

Srila Prabhupad residing in the holy Dham of Sri Vrindavan, on Monday November 14th, 1977, at 7:30 pm., which fell upon the Caturthi of the Gaura (Sukla) Paksa, Mula nakshatra, gave up this mortal frame surrounded by loving disciples engaged in ‘Harinam-sankirtan’, the congregational chanting of the Holy Name.
Translating Srimad Bhagavatam up until the very last breath, in a peaceful condition, and with the Holy Name on his tongue, Srila Prabhupada passed from this world in Sri Vrndavana Dhama to rejoin his worshipful Lords Sri Sri Nitai Gaura, Sri Sri Krsna Balarama, and Sri Sri Radhe Syamasundara in Their eternal abode.

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