ADVERTORIAL Bringing a splash of spiritual culture to Verulam

2017-03-02 06:01

SHOWCASING spiritual culture, the Festival of India is an eagerly anticipated event that will be held in Verulam.

The event, being arranged by ISKCON, will be held from the 9-11 March at the Redcliffe Hindu Sabha.

The event will be host to a euphoric chariot parade part of a carnival themed “Unity in Diversity”, as well as dance, music and spiritual discourses by internationally renowned swamis and an amazing sundry of vegetarian dishes.

The festival spokesperson Saras Chettiar explains that in the spirit of Caitanya Mahaprabhu, who is none other than Lord Krishna, who appeared more than 500 years ago to inaugurate the congregational chanting of the Holy Names of the Lord,  the festival will be sharing and spreading this spiritual revolution of dance and song with everyone.

“It provides an excellent opportunity for cultural exchange in a fun setting with the aim to enhance the awareness amongst fellow citizens about the rich heritage of a range of arts and Vedic knowledge.”

The festival is open to the public and entrance is free.
For more information, call 083 780 6506 or 032 533 1642.


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