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Gaur Nitai’s birthday

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Gaur Nitai’s birthday We celebrated the appearance day of our dear class deities – Sri Sri Gaur Nitai last week. Festivals have always been such a joyful and exciting part of my spiritual journey and I love to share this joy with the children. You can dance, sing, dress up, eat cake and feast your

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A little vaishnava doll house

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A little vaishnava doll house Kanhas is re-opening in 2015 with a new batch of students and lots of exciting activities. This year, we will be having a lot more girls and so finally got a new doll house for Kanhas. I always strive to be gender unbiased with toys…but it is so natural for

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Govardhan Pooja Celebrations

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Govardhan Pooja Celebrations Govardhan Pooja Festival Last week, we were studying Govardhan Lila, the famous pastime in which Lord Krishna lifted a mountain on the little finger of His left hand. He used this as an umbrella to shelter all the residents of Vrindavan from the terrible rainfall of Lord Indra for 7 days and

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The Festival of Chariots

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The Festival of Chariots Jagganath rath yatra, or the Festival of Chariots is one of the most ecstatic and fun aspects of Krishna Conscious culture. Every year, Lord Jagganath steps out of His temple home onto a chariot and is taken in a procession through the streets of the city. His smiling face and large

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Janmashtami celebrations

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Janmashtami celebrations Janmashtami is the biggest and most fun festival for devotees of Lord Krishna. With every ISKCON centre celebrating it on a large scale, it is always full of keertans, cultural programs, loads of service and loads of prasadam. I have innumerable wonderful memories of Janmashtami – waking up early for managal aarti, fasting

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