Festival of India - Now Available for Smaller Events
Posted January 2, 2009
We've had many requests from all over North America for a "smaller" or "more economical" program.
Starting this new year, 2009, the (Mini) Hare Krishna Festival will be available at a reasonable cost for programs at preaching centers, universities, parks, and other locations--- the front or back yard of your preaching center/home, or anyplace else where there is room for us to set up, yes, we can do it.
We're flexible; here's what a Mini-festival may consist of: The new "Changing Bodies/Journey Of The Soul" Multi-Media Experience Exhibit; 4 to 8 tents, banners including, but not limited to: the full Mahamantra (spelled out); "Books on Yoga and Meditation"; "The Yoga Experience"; "Free Feast"; "Govinda's Gift Shop"; "Delicious Snacks"; "Please Chant Hare Krishna" and there are many other options to choose from as well. A small stage may also be available for some locations.
Since it's inception in 1979, Festival of India's principle purpose has been to introduce people to the deep and rich Vedic culture of India. Srila Prabhupada has given the essence of that wonderful Krishna conscious culture in his books. We introduce the masses to that special culture by making sure as many people as possible receive Srila Prabhupada's transcendental books, at the festivals.
Festivals are a sure way to attract people with a favorable Krishna conscious experience. Give them Kirtan, Krishna prasadam, and at least one of Srila Prabhupada's books. Perfect, what else do you need?
"...So this festival program is very very important and it is especially effective for the mass of people. So go on making festivals and make everyone in America Krishna conscious..." Srila Prabhupada letter 73-08-28
Festival of India has been, and will continue to be available to help you distribute Srila Prabhupada's books to people in your city.
Take advantage now, use this valuable service. Please schedule your 2009 festival today!
For more information on bringing Festival of India to your city, please contact us. Email inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 336-558-7340.
Please visit www.krishnafestival.com