Hare Krishna. We apologise for the late week ahead mail.
The Durban Festival of Chariots is just two week away. Look out for the following:
On the Main Stage…
It’s an unforgettable line up of free entertainment featuring Freshlyground (Monday, 1 April 6pm) and the KZN Philharmonic Orchestra (Sunday, 31 March, 7pm). From the soulful KwaMashu Choir (TBA) to the sumptuous and sizzling preparations of Deena, the SA Masterchef (Saturday, 30 March 3-5pm), we are turning up the heat on the main stage.
Drum Café (Saturday, 30 March, 5-7pm) is one of our not-to-be-missed showstoppers! Join our King, Premier, Mayor and other distinguished guests as we kick off our shoes and pick up some drums. Here’s to the beat of harmony; culturally many spiritually one.
You can look forward to a fusion of poetry, dance, drama, and martial arts. Prepare to be dazzled.
Your week ahead
Saturday, 16 March
– Newcastle Ratha-yatra
call Nityananda Pran Das 0832882993
Sunday, 17 March
– Temple Clean-up at 10am
Assemble in the car park in front of the temple. We will clean the car park, pavements leading towards the Chatsworth Post Office and around the temple. This activity is part of our responsibility towards nature and the environment and is themed “ISKCON Cares for the Environment”.
In numerous letters, conversations and letters, Srila Prabhupada taught, “Cleanliness is next to godliness”.
Everyone will receive a pair of gloves and other cleaning equipment. DSW officers and other environmental organizations will also join us sharing guidance and education. Everyone will also receive free eco-packs. Lunch and refreshments will be served.
– Sunday Program with His Holiness Indradyumna Swami at 4pm.
Monday, 18 March
Setup at the Durban Festival of Chariots sites commence.
Get swept up in the excitement and join us for programmes or volunteer time to help with our festival. May Lord Jagannath, the Lord of the Universe smile upon you.
We hope this finds you in the best spirits, until next week,
Your friends at Sri Sri Radha Radhanath Temple