Week Ahead 24-30 October 2019

Dear Friends  Week Ahead Thursday 24 October Ekadasi – Fast from all grains, beans & legumes Srimad Bhagavatam Class @7:45am by His Holiness Bhakti Caitanya Swami  Kartik Evening Festival6:30pm Gaura-arati & Kirtan7:00pm Damodarastaka followed by Offering of Lamps7:30pm Nectar of Devotion Class by His Grace Atmarama DasMilk drink will be served  Northdene Nama-hatta @7pmWith Bhakti Caitanya Swami 10 more »

Week Ahead 17-23 October 2019 – Sri Sri Radha Radhanath’s 34th Anniversary

Dear Friends, Sri Sri Radha Radhanath’s Anniversary Gift RegistryYou are invited to contribute to our gift registry.The Maintenance Department require:A Makita rotary hammer drill, a Makita angle grinder, a set of Hellerman screw drivers, and a set of Hellerman pliers. Please contact Dipak 076 541 6661. The Deity Department requires:A Kenwood Chef XL Titanium Mega Pack, a more »

Week Ahead 11-16 October 2019 (Kartik Begins)

Dear Durban Krishna   Kartik 13 October – 12 November The Month of Damodar or Kartik is an invitation to dive deep into the ocean of devotional practice. Take advantage of this auspicious time by increasing your personal hearing and chanting. You can also make a pledge to distribute at least one book each day during the month more »

Week Ahead 3-9 October 2019

Dear Friends Kartik 13 October – 12 November  The Month of Damodar or Kartik is an invitation to dive deep into the ocean of devotional practice. When Srila Prabhupada took the devotees to Vrindavana during Kartik for the first time, he gave Nectar of Devotion (NOD) classes every day. In honour of Srila Prabhupada’s personal practice, more »

Week Ahead 26 September – 2 October 2019

Dear Friends Week Ahead Saturday 28 September Monthly Sankirtan Festival @9amThe Monthly Sankirtan Festival is a great way to experience the joy of living and sharing bhakti-yoga. Try your hand at introducing someone to Krishna consciousness in quality company & conversation, and have a phenomenal experience. The festival finishes at 1:30pm with a feast.  Initiation by His more »

Week Ahead 19-25 September 2019

Dear Friends The Lotus Market is a first for the Hare Krishna Temple. This market promises a true culinary artisanal experience. You can look forward to homemade spices, continental Indian cuisine, superfoods, vegan cakes, local crafts, beauty products, face painting, clothing, perfumes, crystals, and more. It will be a great family outing with a children’s play zone. more »

Week Ahead 12-18 September 2019

Dear Friends The Lotus Market is a first for Chatsworth. This market promises a true culinary artisanal experience, a great family outing with a children’s play zone, and live yoga exhibition, music, and mantra. Come along and support local. Ample safe free parking available.  Week Ahead Thursday 12 September Disappearance Anniversary of Nama-acarya Srila Haridas Thakur Friday more »

2019 Sri Radhashtami Festival Guide

Dear Friends Gifts for Srimati Radharani  You are welcome to offer birthday cards, flowers, jewellery, or cooking ingredients to Srimati Radharani on Her birth anniversary. Cards and gifts will be placed on the altar. Wednesday 4 September The Glories of Srimati Radharani @7pm with His Grace Agnidev Das Friday 6 September  Sri Radhashtami – Appearance Anniversary more »

Week Ahead 29 Aug–4 Sept 2019

Dear Friends Sri Krishna Janmashtami Festival Report Since we did not conduct a foot count over the festival, we cannot confirm the actual number of visitors. However, we can share the number of plates of prasad distributed: 1) Ratha-yatra (Sunday 18 August) – 2000 plates 2) Bangladesh Market Festival (Saturday 17 August) – 1900 plates 3) more »

Sri Krishna Janmashtami Temple & Cultural Entertainment Schedule

Dear Friends There is still a chance for you to render personal service to the Deities. You are invited to sponsor an arati, food offering, morning puja, or garlands over the festival days. Please call Bhakti Devi: 031 403 3328 or tck@iskcondurban.net. Note About Food Offerings on Srila Prabhupada’s Vyasa-puja Alternatives to single-use plastics are plastic containers from more »