Yogini Ekadasi
The 11th day of Krishna Paksha (Moon’s waning Phase) in the month Ashada (June – July) is observed as Yogini Ekadasi. This year the Ekadasi is observed on June 13 in the U.S. and June 14 in India. It is considered a very auspicious and rewarding day to fulfill one’s wishes and destroy all the
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TOVP Celebrates the 37th Anniversary of Lord Nrsimhadeva's Arrival in Sridham Mayapur
In July 1986, the Deities of Prahlad-Nrsimhadeava were completed in Chennai, India and installed in Sridham Mayapur during a three-day celebration from July 28-30. This year commemorates the 37th Anniversary of that historic occasion. The history leading to that event is extraordinary and full of miracles, as is the history leading to the completion of
TOVP Give to Nrsimha 2024 Campaign Online Pledge Card
For all ISKCON devotees, the completion and opening of the TOVP should be a top priority, as per Srila Prabhupada’s desire and instructions. A major milestone towards that goal is the opening of the completed Nrsimhadeva Wing during the 2024 Gaura Purnima Festival from February 29 – March 2, which will be the largest and
The drama, Arrival of Nrsimhadeva in Mayapur: The Journey from Fear to Shelter, is a play performed by ISKCON Pune devotees, based on the amazing and miraculous story of the making and arrival of the Prahlad-Nrsimhadeva deities in ISKCON Mayapur. The video of the drama is a production of Radha Kunjabihari Media Services. The history
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Lord Nrsimhadeva Comes to Mayapur – The TOVP Flipbook
“ON MARCH 24, 1984, at 12:20 A.M., thirty-five men armed with weapons and bombs attacked Sri Mayapur Chandrodaya Mandir, ISKCON’s center in Mayapur, West Bengal. When the dacoits tried to steal the Deities of Srila Prabhupada and Srimati Radharani, the devotees fearlessly challenged the attackers. How could the devotees see Srila Prabhupada and Srimati Radharani
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Apara Ekadasi Lord Trivikrama
Apara Ekadasi is observed on the 11th day of the Krishna Paksha (dark fortnight of the moon) in the Vedic month of Jyeshtha. It corresponds to the months of May-June in the Gregorian calendar. It is understood that by observing Apara Ekadasi vrata all the sins of the person will be washed away. This Ekadasi
Mohini Ekadasi and the TOVP
Mohini Ekadasi vrata, also known as Vaisakha-sukla Ekadasi, is observed in the auspicious Vedic month of Vaishakha. It is one of the most important of the 24 Ekadashi vratas and is observed on the 11th day during the Shukla Paksha or the Full Moon fortnight. This year Mohini Ekadasi is observed on May 1 worldwide
The TOVP Give To Nrsimha 36 Day 3X Matching Fundraiser will be coming to an end on Nrsimha Caturdasi, May 4. In this video Braja Vilasa appeals to all devotees to give during this time for the completion of the Nrsimhadeva Wing, the largest Nrsimhadeva Temple in the world, scheduled to open in October this
Akshaya Tritiya and the TOVP Give To Nrsimha 36 Day 3X Matching Fundraiser
Akshaya Tritiya is one of the most important days in the Vedic calendar. It is the appearance day of Lord Parasurama, and also the day that the Ganges descended to the earth. Most devotees know it as the beginning of Candana-yatra, but actually many of Lord Krishna’s other pastimes also took place on this day,
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