Murari Kirtan Valley to Celebrate Govardhan Puja
Posted October 18, 2011
Chanting, music, feasting — a Govardhana Puja festival — it's all about the cows!
On Sunday, October 30, Murari's Kirtan Village in Mulberry, Tennessee, will celebrate Govardhana Puja. The bhajana program begins at noon, followed by outdoor Go-Puja for the cows at 2 p.m. At 3 p.m. there will be a reading of Lord Krishna's pastime of raising Govardhana Hill, followed by an Abhiseka (bathing ceremony) for Krishna and Balarama whilst circumambulating the Hill (kirtan). At 4:30 there will be arotik and kirtan, and at 5 p.m. a sumptuous feast will be served. Feel free to bring a vegetarian food preparation if you like.
The temple is at 532 Murari Lane, Mulberry, Tennessee 37359. You may contact us at Murari_sevaka -at- yahoo.com or telephone (931) 759-6888. For more complete directions, please see the website www.murarisevaka.com. Please come!
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