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ANNOUNCING THE RADHA MADHAVA GOLDEN JUBILEE FESTIVAL - MARCH 2-5, 2022

By editor - 27.12 2021

Celebrating 5 Anniversaries in 1 Festival

Message from the Chairman

Dear Devotees and Friends of the TOVP,

Hare Krishna! All glories to Srila Prabhupada!

Once again, we are approaching the end of another year as Kali-yuga progresses. As the saying goes, “Time and tide wait for no man.” Imperceptible time rolls on, and representing Krishna Himself, is the destroyer of all things. For devotees, however, time brings us to Krishna as we continue to endeavor in His service and glorification. Time, in that sense, becomes our friend, taking us closer and closer to His lotus feet in Goloka Vrindaban.

Here at the TOVP, time is bringing us to the fruition of this wonderful project desired by Srila Prabhupada. And if all goes well, 2022 should be a very eventful year in our construction progress.

This year we are also celebrating 5 important ISKCON anniversaries, especially related to ISKCON Mayapur:

• 50th Anniversary of Chota Radha Madhava’s Installation

• 50th Anniversary of the ISKCON Mayapur Gaur Purnima Festival

• 50th Anniversary of Prabhupada Laying the TOVP Cornerstone

• 50th Anniversary of Jananivas Prabhu as Mayapur Head Pujari

• 100th Anniversary of Prabhupada Receiving Bhaktisiddhanta’s Order

From March 2-5 we are organizing the Radha Madhava Golden Jubilee Festival to commemorate the above 5 Anniversaries in 1 Festival. I personally invite you to join us, either physically or via Mayapur TV, to participate in this marvelous festival. There are also several Chota Radha Madhava abhisheka sponsorships available, as well as Paschatya Desha Tarine Medallions to honor Srila Prabhupada’s 100th Anniversary of receiving Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati’s order to preach. Sponsoring these will help ensure we have the required finances to complete the project. Read more in the article below.

I wish you and your family a Happy Krishna Conscious New Year and all the best in your service to Guru and Gauranga.

Your servant,

Ambarisa das

Chairman