MEMORIES FROM: Holi 2017
HOLI: the festival of colours, is perhaps the most joyful time in India. People light up bonfires to symbolise the victory of good over evil, they forget all their concerns, and throw colours and water at each other to celebrate the coming of spring and new beginnings. Although Holi is traditionally celebrated for two days, in Vraj, the legendary land of Sri Sri Radha & Krishna where Vrindavan lies, it’s a vivid festival for 10 days! And it’s slowly becoming a tradition that it is in Vrindavan where our beloved Guruji chooses to celebrate Holi.
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This year for the first time, Guruji and the participants were staying in the recently inaugurated Bhakti Marga Giridhar Dham Ashram. In the spirit of Holi, Guruji visited the holy spots of Vraj where the Leela of Lord Krishna continues. During the pilgrimage we also celebrated the appearance day of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu who was the incarnation of both Radha and Krishna that had started the sankirtan movement in Bengal.
Do you want to be one of the lucky ones who will accompany Paramahamsa Vishwananda in the next trip to beloved Lord Krishna? Don’t miss this absolutely precious chance of spending unforgettable time in India with Him!
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