We are celebrating Srimati Radharani’s appearance day in New Vraja-dhama on 10th September (Saturday), 2016.
6:55 Greeting of Lord Nrisimhadeva
7:00 Srila Prabhupada guru-puja
7:30 Deity greeting, kirtana
9:00 Class by Sivarama Swami
11:30 Siksa vows
13:30 Feast (made only from local ingredients)
We have already informed you earlier that this year all the national festivals will be free. Although a fee for prasadam is charged in the amount of 1200 HUF. Both days the prasadam will be made using only locally grown ingredients! However, we would like to ask you to contribute to the successful organization of the festival by offering your services and donations.
In order to be able to offer you prasadam of adequate quality and quantity, please, register on the website navavrajadhama.hu – Events/ Registration, if you come to any of the festivals. Registration is possible between 24th August and 4th September. Registration works with smart phones too. Registration is compulsory! As we have indicated, all the festivals are free, but prasadam costs 1200 HUF/head/per feast. The feast will be made only from locally grown ingredients!
NB: If you do not register on the website within the specified time, then prasadam will be charged at 5.000HUF/head/per feast. Please help the organisers in registering by the given date and in the proper way (everyone individually). Please check in at the registration desk upon arrival.
We would like to share with you that it’s not required for the registration to choose any of the given services, but we need all help to put up such a great event. So if you do choose a service when registering then we count on that, so please help the organizers with helping out with your chosen service.
Please register everyone individually. Many times we find comments like: plus ten people or plus my wife and children, but rather please register everyone one by one.
The temple room balcony can only be used by children (supervised by their teachers or parents). All of you are kindly asked to attend the programs in the temple room.