Toronto's Hare Krishna Temple

Toronto's Hare Krishna Centre (ISKCON Toronto), has always been the hub of a rich, vibrant and enthusiastic community. Whether it be grand festivals, programs at local universities and yoga studios, philosophical discussions, cooking sessions, or singing and dancing on the streets, there are events taking place for everyone's interest.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

A Surprise Festival This Sunday! Can You Guess?

Things have been so busy at Toronto's Hare Krishna Community that it's almost too much to keep track of. This Sunday, June 7th, 2009 we have a special surprise up our sleeves for you!

A surprise festival, which has never been celebrated at ISKCON Toronto (at least not for a long time), will be celebrated in grand fashion this Sunday! The only hint we will give is the picture in this post! Can you guess the surprise festival based on the picture?

Also, just as an exciting heads-up, we have some very special guests who will be joining us this Sunday for this festival, including: HH Bhaktimarga Swami, HG Kratu das, HG Brhat Mrdanga das and HG Atmarama das (known for his enchanting kirtan, which you can sample below!).

Leave a comment and guess the festival which will be celebrated this Sunday! We will put up a post later on today with full details! (Hint: The festival is being celebrated this weekend somewhere in the United States this weekend. This city is located in a state famous for its peaches).

5 comments:

Ramiya Rai said...

Hare Krsna!
Georgia is the state famous for its peaches... Atlanta is the capital of Georgia... there is a ISKCON temple there (New Panihati Dham). I believe the surprise festival is Panihati :) correct me if I am wrong. Haribol!

Keshav said...

Hare Krsna! WOWWWW!!! You nailed it right on the head! Yes, we will be celebrating Pani Hati Festival this Sunday. More information will be up this evening!

Ramiya Rai said...

Hare Krsna! :) hehe i got it... what do i win :D :P

Anonymous said...

Can you please explain the significance of Panihati?

Keshav said...

We've put more information about the Panihati Festival and it explains the background of the festival as well! We hope you can be there!