We will definitely be holding the 24 Hour Kirtan this Saturday Nov. 3, beginning at 11 AM, until Sunday at 11 AM. We have NOT been affected by Hurricane Sandy except for some rain, thank Krsna, and there is no snow in sight for the weekend. We have accomodations still available as we have had some cancellations from devotees in the areas affected by the hurricane.
Special Guest Trivikrama Swami
Each year the 24 Hour Kirtan gets bigger and better. The first 24 Hour Kirtan in 2007 was just a group of friends coming together to celebrate the chanting of the Maha Mantra. Now in it's sixth year, the 24 Hour Kirtan has become one of the largest kirtan events on the East Coast. The idea is to chant the Hare Krishna Mahamantra continuously for 24 hours, as is done in Vrindavan, India ,365 days a year. Featuring some of the world’s most respected Bhakti chanters, the festival is open to all. Donations are welcome and needed to help support the festival. The 24 Hour Kirtan is a not-for-profit event which means that after production costs such as travel, meals, sound systems, promotional supplies, accounting etc. are covered, any funds left over will be used towards next year's 24 Hour Kirtan. Please note that your donations DO NOT include accommodation. To find and book accommodation click here.
Bhakti Shastri E-course
Bhakti Shastri E-course in association with Bhaktivedanta college, Radhadesh Belgium
Festival of Colors 2013
Srila Prabhupada says
“You cannot become a pure, perfect devotee unless you are directed by another pure, unadulterated devotee.”