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.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Happy Diwali From the Hare Krishna Temple!

2:03:00 AM By Kevala-Bhakti Dasa (Keshav)

Toronto's Hare Krishna Temple would like to wish you and your entire family a very Happy Diwali!

The story of Diwali stems back to ancient times when inhabitants of Ayodhya celebrated the return of Lord Ramachandra. Lord Rama was in exile, away from His kingdom, for many years. The joyful day on which He finally returned is observed as Diwali, or Dipavali (“dipa” means candles, and “vali” means numerous.).

There will be small celebrations this evening (Nov 11, 2015) at the temple from 6pm to 8:30pm.  Everyone is welcome!

1 comments:

Shravanthi Subramani said...

Hare Krishna, and Shubh Diwali to all devotees.