The Birthday Anniversary of Lord Sri Krishna is almost here. Come and celebrate Sri Krishna Janmastami at New Vrindaban, the land of Krishna!
On September 3 and 8, we have an exciting festival to lift your spirits and usher in blessings and auspiciousness for the year ahead.
Monday, September 3, the actual appearance day anniversary of the Lord, brings you an experience you will never forget. Bring your family to enjoy enacted pastimes of Lord Krishna around the lake, to benefit from chanting Krishna’s holy names, and to relish a sumptuous evening dinner. Be enamoured by the charming Lords Sri Sri Radha Vrindaban Chandra at a special midnight arati in their splendid new outfit.
On Saturday, 8 September, a Kalash Abhisheka will be held, where you will get the opportunity to sponsor a kalash (a gold-plated bathing pot) to bathe the deities with sacred liquids.
As we offer gifts to our loved ones on their birthdays, we would like to offer our beloved Lord the best of gifts on this glorious day for His service and pleasure. But the Lord is so kind that in return He offers His love and blessings, which far surpasses our humble offerings.
Please take advantage of the many ways to receive Lord Krishna’s mercy and benedictions on these two festive days:
- Radha Gopinath Temple Construction $20001
- Tulasi House Construction $15001
- Annadaan $10008
- Dress for all Deities $7501
- 108 Lamps Maha Arati $5001
- Midnight Flower Dress $2501
- Maha Kalash Abhisek $1501
- Kalash Abhisek $751
- 56 Deep Daan $501
- Yajna $351
Serve the Cows:
- Lifetime Cow Donation $6501
- Go Daan $3501
- Annual Cow Adoption $1501
- Go Puja and Cow Feeding $108
(Donors will be gifted with accommodations, gold-plated kalashes, harinaam chaddar, maha yajna, go-puja, special Janmastami prasadam, New Vrindaban Photo book, large framed pictures and seva opportunities.)
“One should always discuss My birth and activities and enjoy life by participating in festivals, such as Janmäñöamé, which glorify My pastimes. In My temple, one should also participate in festivals and ceremonies by singing, dancing, playing musical instruments and discussing Me with other Vaiñëavas.”
(Lord Krishna to Uddhava; Srimad Bhagavatam 11.11.36)
We hope to see you soon,
Your servants at New Vrindaban