Sri Ksetra Puri Parikrama 2017

Festival schedule is as follows:

6th Nov 5pm: Parikrama inauguration at sea beach behind Haridas Thakura Samadhi, Swargadwar.

7th & 8th Nov : Visit to different holy places in Puri related to the pastimes of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.

9th Nov : Parikrama of Puri dhama.

We will have three groups of devotees- Bengali, Oriya and English(international) speaking.

Registration fee

Rs.1700 per head (international group) which includes breakfast, lunch and, accommodation for four days.

Gathering at : ISKCON Bhakti Kuti, near Haridas Thakur Samadhi, Swargadwar, Puri, Odisha, India – 752001

Important Notice
All Devotees must register in advance so accommodation and other facilities can be arranged accordingly. Register yourself and your group from beginning of September.

Please email us for registration at:  OR call : 081458 29888

Registration begins from beginning of September. Your registration will be confirmed only upon payment.

ISKCON St. Louis Govardhan Puja & Festival of Lamps 2017

All are welcome to celebrate Govardhan Puja – celebration of Lord Krishna lifting the Govardhan Hill. Also we are celebrating Festival of Lamps. Light up your life with spiritual knowledge to remove darkness of ignorance. Vegetarian feast will be served. This is a free event and all are welcome.

Kartik Parikrama With HH Bhakti Caitanya Swami 2017

Dear devotees and friends,

This year’s Kartik parikrama will run from October 22nd to November 12th.

A special attraction for this year is the trip to the Himalayas, visiting the holy places of Rishikesh and Badrinath.

The parikrama is divided into two parts:

Part 1: October 22nd – 29th

Himalayas (Rishikesh and Badrinath)

Cost: 155 Euros (Includes accommodation, meals and transport (including to the base of part 2))

Part 2: October 29th – November 12th

The group will be based at Govardhan Hill, near the ISKCON Govardhan ashrama. Sacred places to be visited: Varshana, Villages of the Asta Sakhis and the area around Govardhan Hill.

Cost: 225 Euros

(Includes accommodation, meals and transport (including to Vrindavan town on November 12th))

** For those who participate in both parts the total cost is 350 Euros

** Please book your place by July 16 2017

** For those who would like to spend extra days in Rishikesh the organizers can help facilitate that starting from October 17th

** For all bookings and additional queries please contact Madhurya Mukhi devi dasi :

Hare Krishna!

ISKCON Mayapur Kartik Navadvip Mandal Parikrama 2017

It is our great pleasure to announce ISKCON MAYAPUR’s 5th annual six day Kartik Navadwip Mandal Parikrama during the most auspicious month of Kartik (organized by the Mayapur Chandra’s).The Pa rikram begins on October 18th and will end on October 25th, 2017. There will be two days break, for Goverdhan puja (20th October) & Srila Prabhupada’s Disappearance (23rd October) so that devotees can participate in the festival.

For this year also, the parikrama will not stay overnight; we will leave each day from the ISKCON Mayapur campus at 5am and return no later than 5pm. In order to give more time to chanting and hearing pastimes in the holy places, we have reduced some of the walking, and devotees will be transported faster to the various places via boat and vehicles.Kartik is the most auspicious month to perform spiritual activities, and the weather is extremely pleasant and favourable, so please do not miss this opportunity to associate with the devotees, to hear and chant the glories of Lord Chaitanya, to bathe in the Ganges, and honour prasadam together in the various holy places.

For more information please call (+91) 959-353-8555 or write to

Booking will open up on 1st September 2016. Please kindly note that bookings are non refundable. Limited seats available. Parikrama fees are Rs. 2000 per person; this includes all transportation, breakfast, lunch, snacks, and water for the full duration of the Parikrama.

Kartik Parikrama With HH Indradyumna Swami 2017

The parikrama consists of two parts.
Part 1: Sri Vrindavan Dham (Oct 6 to 13 and again from Oct 19 to Nov 04)
Part 2: Jaipur (Oct 14 to Oct 18)