EVERY DAY IS A FESTIVAL

BUT SOME ARE EXTRA SPECIAL

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Festivals are an integral part of the bhakti-yoga tradition. With a myriad of colourful decorations, sumptuous meals, elaborate rituals, music, dance and dramas - festivals are days to rejuvenate our spiritual sentiments and a time for community, reflection and fun.

Our Founder describes festivals as "mothers of devotion". The sacred culture and spirituality of bhakti is open to anyone to participate in. For us, there is no modern day substitute for these soul-satisfying experiences!

Day
Festival
Sun, 13.02.
Varaha devas Appearance Day
Mon, 14.02,
Nityananda Trayodashi
Tue, 01.03.
38th Installation Day of Sri Sri Jagannatha, Baladeva and Subhadra Devi
Fri, 18.03.
Gaura-Purnima
Sun, 10.04.
Rama-Navami
Sun, 15.05.
Nrsimha-Caturdasi
Sun, 12.06.
Snana-Yatra
Sun, 26.06.
Ratha-Yatra
Sun, 17.07.
Bhakti-Retreat
Sun, 07.08.

Fri, 12.08.
Jhulan-Yatra

Sri Balaram Appearance Day
Fri, 19.08.
Sri Krishna Janmastami
Sat, 20.08.
Srila Prabhupada Appearance Day
Sun, 04.09.
Radhastami
Wed, 07.09.
Vamanadeva Appearance Day
Thu, 06.10.
Sri Sri Gaura-Nitai 48th Installation Day
Sun, 09.10.
Beginning of the Kartik Month
Wed, 26.10.
Govardhana Puja
Fri, 28.10.
Srila Prabhupada Disappearance Day
Tue, 08.11.
End of the Kartik Month
Sat, 03.12.
Srimad Bhagavad Gita Appearance Day
Sat, 31.12.
Spiritual new year celebration

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