Radhashtami

Radhashtami

Radhashtami is celebrated on the eighth day of the bright fortnight (shukla paksha ashtami) in the month of Bhadra (August – September). It is a very significant festival for the devotees. Radharani is the mother of the entire universe and on this auspicious day...
Janmasthami

Janmasthami

Janmashtami is a grand celebration to commemorate the appearance of Lord Krishna on the eighth day of the Bhadrapada month. The celebrations at ISKCON Indore revolve around the all-encompassing Lord Krishna, and Janmashtami is perhaps the biggest of them all. ISKCON...
World Holy Name Festival

World Holy Name Festival

Traditionally, Holi announces the arrival of spring. It is also connected with a special pastime of Lord Krishna wherein He and his devotees playfully sprayed each other with colored water. Reenacted each year with zest, Holi is today an event that draws tens of...
Panihati Festival

Panihati Festival

Panihati Cida-Dahi festival is most celebrated among the prominent spiritual festivals in Gaudiya Vaishnava tradition and culture. In due course of time, the immense charm of this Panihati Cida-Dahi festival has gradually transcended the confines of Panihati and by...
NagarSankirtan

NagarSankirtan

Nagar means “street” and “sankirtan” means congregational chanting. Srila Prabhupada considered public chanting to be the heart and soul of the Hare Krishna movement. In his correspondence to devotees, he would encourage them to engage in Sankirtana on the streets and...