Sacred India Kirtan Festival at Gopinath Dham

Hare Krishna Dear Devotees and Friends,

I’m taking this opportunity to invite you for an upcoming event at Gopinath Dham.

On Sat-Sun Sept 29-30 we will be holding a two day festival to celebrate the opening of The Sacred India Gallery. There will be lila kirtan  readings by HG Bhurijana Prabhu, and we will also be fortunate to have the association of international kirtan artist Madhava Prabhu.

Join us for gallery tours, wonderful kirtans, readings, and prasadam.

Program Schedule:

The program schedule is the same on both days of the event:

2pm-5pm: Guided Gallery Tours on the hour

2pm-6pm: Kirtan with guest kirtan artists

6pm: Lila Kirtan with Bhurijana Prabhu

7pm: Kirtan with Madhava

Prasadam refreshments will be available from 2pm- 6pm, and a full meal will be served at approximately 7.30pm.

Free Entry     All Welcome

Gallery Tours

The Sacred India Gallery has been many years in the making. The gallery takes visitors on a journey to three sacred pilgrimage sites and features the artwork of a number of talented Hare Krishna artists.

Free festival guided tours will be conducted on both days of the festival; Sat-Sun Sept 29-30, 2pm-5pm.

Festival Gallery Tours

Tour Timings: On the hour 2pm-5pm

Tour Duration: 45 minutes

The maximum number of participants for each tour is 10 persons.

In order to ensure that you and your family get an opportunity to participate in a tour, it is essential to pre-book.

To arrange a tour booking online, simply send a reply to this e mail.
Alternatively you can phone 9274 7075 and provide your contact details.

We’re looking forward to seeing you at the festival,

Sri Radha Raman das
Festival Co-ordinator

P.S. For more information on The Sacred India Gallery and our opening festival, there will be a presentation this week at the Sunday Feast,  Sunday Sept 9, Kalamunda Hare Krishna Temple.

Sacred India Kirtan Festival
Sat-Sun Sept 29-30
2pm-9pm
76 Dulwich St
West Swan
Ph 9274 7075
www.sacredindia.com.au

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