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SRI GAURA PURNIMA 2017

Hare Krishna Mandir, Ahmedabad celebrated Sri Gaura Purnima festival, the divine appearance day of Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, with great grandeur and gaiety on Sunday, 12th March 2017. The event was filled with varieties of festivities for the pleasure of Their Lordships Sri Sri Nitai Gauranga, beginning with the Palaki utsav. Their Lordships received a grand abhisheka with panchamrita, fruit juices, sacred herbs, and many other auspicious items.

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SRI NITYANANDA TRAYODASHI

Sri Nityananda Trayodashi Mahotsava was celebrated at Hare Krishna Movement Ahmedabad on February 9, 2017. The event was filled with varieties of festivities. The Deities were adorned in a new attire and were offered 108 food preparations during the Rajbhog. The evening celebrations began with the maha-abhisheka ceremony. Their Lordships received a grand abhisheka with panchamrita, fruit juices, varieties of flowers, sacred herbs, and many other auspicious items.

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HARINAM DIKSHA CEREMONY, FEB 3, 2017 ...

On the auspicious occasion of Srila Advaita Acharya Thakura's appearance day, diksha ceremony was conducted at HKM Ahmedabad. Seven devotees received Brahmana Diksha and nine devotees, of which five are Krishna Ashraya devotees of HKM Ahmedabad, received Harinam Diksha from HDG AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada. His Grace Shri Amitasana Dasa, President, Hare Krishna Movement Mumbai was also present on the occasion along with His Grace Shri Jaganmohan Krishna Dasa, President, Hare Krishna Movement Ahmedabad....

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NEW YEAR 2017 KIRTAN EVE

On the eve of New Year 2017, Hare Krishna Mandir Bhadaj organized a grand spiritual extravaganza. The prime attraction of the festival was Harinam Sankirtan Mela, spanning from 7:00 pm to 12:00 midnight, interlude with couple of fabulous plays. At 12:00 midnight, arati was offered to Sri Sri Nitai Gauranga, which was followed by Deepotsava.

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