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April 2018

Radhadesh Nrsimha Caturdasi 2018

Saturday April 28

Tentative Festival Schedule: 4:30-5am: Mangala Arati 5-5:15am: Tulasi Arati 5:15-7:15am: Japa 7:15-7:20am: Darsan Arati 7:20-7:45am: Guru Puja 7:45-9:30am: Class 3:15-4:30pm: Bhajans 4:30-5pm: Rangoli Art Presented by Children 5-6:30pm: Fire Yajna with Chanting of 108 Names of Lord Nrsimhadeva 6:30-7pm: Drama 7-7:30pm: Gaura Arati 7:30-8:30pm: Prasadam feast 8:30-9:15pm: Bhajans

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ISKCON Baltimore Maha Sudarshan Narasimha Homa 2018

Saturday April 28 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
ISKCON of Baltimore, 200 Bloomsbury Ave
Catonsville, MD 21228 United States

ISKCON Baltimore invites you for Sri Maha Sudarshana Narasimha Homa and Abhisheka on the auspicious occassion of Narasimha Chaturdasi. Maha Sudarshana Narasimha Homa is very auspicious yajna recommended in Vedic scripture for protection from all negative forces, bad times, danger, removal of obstacles & invoke all auspiciousness. The importance and benefits of worshipping Sri Sudarshana are as follows: - Lord Sri Sudarshana is an expanded form of Lord Sri Krishna. He protects the devotees from all evil effects, leads them…

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New Vrindaban Festival of Nrsimhadev 2018

Saturday April 28 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
New Vrindaban, 3759 McCreary's Ridge Rd
Moundsville, WV 26041 United States
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Festival of Nrsimhadev Celebrating the appearance of the divine protector Sri Nrsimhadeva Date: Saturday, April 28 Time: 5-9pm Location: New Vrindaban temple room On Saturday, April 28, New Vrindaban will observe a traditional holiday, celebrating the divine appearance of Sri Nrsimhadeva, the half-man half-lion avatar of Lord Vishnu. The appearance of Sri Nrsimhadeva has been observed for millennia in India and is now celebrated world-wide. His story is beautifully told in the sacred text Srimad Bhagavatam. Traditionally, bhakti-yogis honor Sri…

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