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ISKCON Radha Gopinath Temple Celebrating Gita Jayanti with Fervours...

*Devotees Undertake “Shastra Daan” by gifting Free Copies of Bhagwat Gita* Mumbai – 18th December 2018 – Devotees at ISKCON’s Radha Gopinath Temple at Girgaon Chowpatty is celebrating the Gita Jayanti last Sunday with festive fervours. As a part of celebrations, a grand yajna was organised at the temple, which saw the participation of devotees from across various sectors like corporate sector, professionals, cine artists and intellectual circuit. On this auspicious days, ISKCON’s spiritual guru Radhanath Swami said, “Bhagwat Gita is 51 centuries old knowledge that was delivered by Lord Krishna to Arjuna, in a battlefield continues to remain relevant even today as a guiding spiritual force. It was God speaking to his devotee 5100 years ago, in about Himself, the Material Nature, Time, Karma and Spirit and that remains alive and inspirational today in almost every life situation.” It was the holy land of Kurukshetra, where the world’s greatest warriors assembled to participate in a fratricidal war 5100 years ago. Gita Jayanti is the celebration of the auspicious day when Lord Krishna revealed his transcendental instructions to his devotee and friend – Arjuna. “If you look at today’s situation, with the growth of humanity across the world, we have created states, nationalities, tribes, casts, religions, factions, beliefs and started fighting with our own brothers and sisters. Gita’s knowledge applies well to today’s scenario also, where we have to conquer these enemies created by humanity itself for the benefit,...

Jashn-E-Eid Milad-Un-Nabi Celebrated By People At Mira Road in the way of Juloos...

People across the country today celebrated Eid Milad-Un-Nabi – the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad – the founder of Islam, also believed to be a messenger of God by Muslims. His birthday falls on 12th Rabi’ ul-awwal, the third month of the Muslim lunar calendar, corresponding with December 2 this year.In Mira Road,Jashn-E-Eid Milad-un-nabi was also celebrated by people here in the way of Juloos. Glimpses Of The Celebration   ...