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ISKCON Hyderabad will Celebrate of Gita Jayanti & Vaikuntha Ekadashi on 25th December 2020

All visitors on this day will receive a copy of Bhagavad Gita as a token of gift from an anonymous donor. We encourage all of you to invite as many friends and acquaintance as possible to this festival so that they receive this mercy of Gita. Bhagavad Gita is a Lamp of knowledge which can vanquish all darkness in our lives and of all.

Schedule is as follows:
9 am onwards : Vaikuntha Dwaram Darshanam
9 to 10 am : Gita Parayanam (Recitation)
10 am to 11.30 am : Gita Daan Yajna
4.30 to 6.30 pm : Gita Parayanam(Recitation)
6.30 to 8 pm : Gita Daan Yajna

To Book your copy please visit https://tinyurl.com/worldgitaday2020

Note: This form is not mandatory to be filled to receive Bhagavad Gita copy on Gita Jayanti but if you fill it then it will help us to facilitate all visitors. These Bhagavad Gitas are being sponsored by a single anonymous donor not from Sastra Daan Donations from Various Devotees. Sastra Daan Donations will be utilized for giving Bhagavad Gita to needy and poor children and people only.  

Let’s Participate in this celebrations by inspiring many people to visit ISKCON Hyderabad Temple and receive mercy of Sri Sri Radha Madanmohan.

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  1. Another important practice in ISKCON is arati (also called puja ). In arati, devotees offer water, incense, a fire lamp, and flowers to a murti, a sacred statue or image of Krishna. This is accompanied by prayers and devotional songs called bhajans. Practitioners may perform at their own home or congregate at a temple to join in the ceremony. Along with this worship, devotees will bathe the murti, dress it, offer it food, and even put it to sleep. By doing arati and serving the murti, devotees aim to deepen their relationship with Krishna.

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