Kulimela 2009: the Rose of Vidarbha - Krishna Kidnaps Rukmini
Posted July 27, 2010
Click here to watch the video of "The Rose of Vidarbha - Krishna Kidnaps Rukmini."
Intrigue, heartache, deception, romance, humor, and triumph mark Krishna's epic quest to marry His beautiful queen Rukmini and become King of Dwarka.
This artfully woven performance, which combines music, theater, and dance, was brought to life by a troupe of talented local Gurukulis on the steps of the ISKCON New Dwarka Temple in Los Angeles, California.
This drama was recorded August 1, 2009, in front of 1,100 enthusiastic audience members and was a crowning jewel of KulimeLA 2009.
Click here to visit the Kuli Mela Outlet @ Krishna.com and to view the growing selection of Kuli Mela DVDs and CDs.
In the ancient Sanskrit language, Kuli refers to a member of a community. Mela means a festive gathering. Combined "Kuli Mela" transforms into "A Celebration of Community."
The Kuli Mela Association is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to serving an international community by supporting and encouraging its members to come together as friends in service, association and empowerment.