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Sri Nityananda padukas arrive to New Ekachakra Dhama in Slovakia during TOVP Euro Tour 2018
This miraculous visit to New Ekachakra Dhama on Wednesday, April 18th has become another history making event on the TOVP Euro Tour. So much so that we will also include some related lilas that led to the planning and arrival of Lord Nityananda’s Padukas and Lord Nrsimhadeva’s Sitari in Slovakia. The story begins in 2015
Jananivas prabhu and Brajavilas prabhu during TOVP Euro Tour in Wroclaw, Poland
Lord Nityananda and Lord Nrsimhadeva in the forms of Their shoes and helmet respectively, continue to guide our tour and perform miracles. Although we were only scheduled to visit the Sri Sri Gaur Nitai temple in Poland, a last minute arrangement was made to also visit the Nava Navadvipa temple. Each temple had about 25-35
tovp main temple room walls
We are very pleased to announce the commencement of the internal temple wall marble installation and decorative work. The first area of work is the temple room itself. We started three walls with white marble and in a few days will begin adding red marble decoration. When this is completed we will begin the festival
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This Wednesday, April 18, is Akshaya Tritiya, one of the most important days in the Vedic calendar. Akshaya means “imperishable” or “that which never diminishes”. Traditionally, this is the best day for starting important endeavors or projects. For example, Vyasadeva and Ganesa chose this day to start writing the Mahabharata, and every year construction of
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