On the eve of a momentous event – the auspicious day of the official Welcome Ceremony of Srila Prabhupada’s new murti to the TOVP on October 14 and 15 – an important event happened: the transfer of the murtis of Jaya and Vijaya, the two divine gatekeepers of the TOVP, to their permanent place at
We are pleased to announce the completion of the painting of the Vijaya murti. This 17′ murti, along with the now completed Jaya murti, will stand at the main entrance of the TOVP. We hope this video inspires you, and we are grateful to the dedicated team of artists who have performed this wonderful service.
Here we are showing you the final stage of completing the Vijaya murti: painting. You can see how the colors blend in very well with each other. Ambhoda mataji has refined the blending of colors and already displayed her talents in the painting of the Jaya murti. Our next update report will be the completion
As you may remember, a few months ago we gave progress reports on the deity of Jaya (the gatekeeper of the main entrance of the TOVP) being FINISHED and ready for installation. Now we are working on the deity of Vijaya. The work is going on full speed. It’s coming out very nice and we
Seen in this video is the completed murti of Jaya, who permanently stands 18′ high with Vijaya at the main entrance of the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium. Together, Jaya and Vijaya are the well-known gatekeepers of Vaikuntha who were cursed by the four Kumaras to enter the material world where, by the arrangement of
Thu, March 04, 2021 by Sadbhuja Das
We are happy to report that Ambhoda devi dasi has completed the painting of the 18’ Jaya murti for the entranceway of the temple. This video shows you the final application of tilak on his forehead. TOVP NEWS AND UPDATES – STAY IN TOUCH Visit: www.tovp.org Support: https://tovp.org/donate/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow: www.facebook.com/tovp.mayapur Watch: www.youtube.com/c/TOVPinfoTube
This is a short video documenting the current stage of the immense Jaya murti who, along with Vijaya (Jaya and Vijaya are gatekeepers of Vaikuntha), will stand at the main entrance of the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium, as they do at most Visnu temples. Ambhoda devi dasi is the artist painting his divine features.
At most Vishnu temples in India, the main temple entrance is flanked by murtis of Jaya and Vijaya, the Lord’s eternal gatekeepers in Vaikuntha. We all the know the story of the Lord’s pastime in arranging for them to be cursed to come to the material world so He could enjoy a good fight, and
Jaya and Vijaya are the celebrated gatekeepers of Vaikuntha, and in most major Vishnu temples their murtis are found guarding the temple entranceway. The TOVP will also have their murtis placed at its entranceway. Here is a clip we shot in the honor of moving Jaya to his rightful place. This is a very celebratory