We Must Complete Radha Madhava's New Home, the TOVP
Once again, we are announcing this year’s celebration of the 50th Anniversary of chota Radha Madhava’s arrival in Sridhama Mayapur, and remaining there at Srila Prabhupada’s divine request. To commemorate this and four other important anniversaries this year we have organized the Radha Madhava Golden Jubilee Festival from March 2-5. In our previous articles we
No one can speak with more authority and inspiration about Sri Sri Radha Madhava than their first full-time pujari, Sriman Jananivas prabhu. Along with his twin brother Pankajanghri prabhu, they served the Deities of ISKCON Mayapur without any break, thus setting the high standard for worship of Their Lordships. Jananivas even vowed never to leave
Bhaimi Ekadasi and the TOVP, 2022
Vaishnava Jaya Ekadashi is an important fasting ritual observed on the Ekadasi (11th day) during the Shukla Paksha (the bright fortnight of moon) in the month of Maadhva in the Vaishnava calendar. This observance falls somewhere between the months of January to February in the Gregorian calendar. Jaya Ekadashi is also popularly called as Bhaimi
A Construction Report from Ambarisa and Braja Vilasa Prabhus Despite the pandemic during the course of 2021, TOVP construction work continued on a limited basis and much progress was made.
A Construction Report from Ambarisa and Braja Vilasa Prabhus Despite the pandemic during the course of 2021, TOVP construction work continued on a limited basis and much progress was made. Now, as we enter 2022, we are happy to announce that the pace of construction has been upgraded, and we are moving full steam ahead
We hope you enjoy viewing this video showing the progress of the external embellishments on the eight TOVP towers. You will also see images of the domes, sandstone windows and other magnificent features of the temple. Gradually, the exquisite beauty of the temple will become more and more manifested.   SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT The TOVP Announces
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Prabhupada Placing Ananta Sesha in the TOVP Foundation Pit, 1972
1972 was a year in Sridhama Mayapur filled with many beginnings. The Radha Madhava Golden Jubilee Festival from March 2 – 5 commemorates four of them. These include: 50th Anniversary of Chota Radha Madhava’s Installation/Arrival 50th Anniversary of the ISKCON Mayapur Gaur Purnima Festival 50th Anniversary of Prabhupada Placing the Ananta Sesha Murti 50th Anniversary
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Mayapur, A Spiritual City - A New TOVP Flipbook
The following is an account by Braja Sevaki Devi Dasi who, with her husband Jahnudvipa, have produced some very important books related to the Mayapur project, including the book being described here, Mayapur, A Spiritual City. In 2002, my husband Jahnudvipa Das and I were working with Mayapur Project publications, producing the Mayapur Journal, and
Sat-tila Ekadasi and the TOVP, 2022
Sat-Tila Ekadashi is also known as Trisprisha Ekadashi. This Ekadashi occurs in the dark fortnight of the month of Magha(January/February). The glories of Sat-tila Ekadashi are narrated in the Bhavisyottara Purana in a conversation between the sage Dalbhya and Pulastya muni. This being the second Ekadasi of the year 2022, we encourage devotees to take
Chota Radha Madhava Come to Mayapur
In a previous article, The Many Meanings and Forms of Radha Madhava, we presented various historical and theological perspectives of the names of Sri Sri Radha Madhava, as well as the history of the large Radha Madhava/Ashta Sakhi murtis. Below is a short explanation by Bhavananda prabhu of the arrival of the original chota Radha
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