Check out our two latest photo albums with many sweet pictures from Govardhana Puja and Dipavali celebrated at Munger Mandir, Sadhu Maharaja’s family temple in Vrindavan/India. If you happen to stop by on this web site and have been at Munger Mandir during Kartik, please feel free to drop us some lines as a comment to this post.
C’mon don’t be miserly, share some of that nectar now!Dieses Posting ist für alle, die während Kartik nicht in Vrindavan waren und für diejenigen, die dort waren!
Es gibt zwei neue Photoalben mit Bildern der Govardhana Puja und von Dipavali im Munger Mandir und obwohl Bilder mehr sagen als tausend Worte, möchte ich alle bitten, die während Kartik im Munger Mandir waren, einen kleinen (oder besser grossen) Kommentar zu diesem Beitrag zu schreiben.
Seid nicht so geizig! Auch diejenigen, die nicht so sehr vom Glück begünstigt waren, dieses Jahr Radharanis Monat im heiligen Dhama zu verbringen, möchten ein paar Tropfen Nektar kosten 🙂
shantidevidasi · November 13, 2009 at 12:06 am
Dandavats, you put some pictures from my site on facebook, it will be nice if you ask me for this, thank you, Radhe Radhe
rosa wagner, karuna · November 18, 2009 at 2:30 am
Dropping into the Ananda Dham Ashram, Switzerland just by chance in August 2009 I meet Sadhu Maharaj, Krishna Candra and all the other devotees. Feeling the wonderful atmosphere and Krishna’s mercy I wanted to be initiated by Sadhu Maharaj immediately. Hearing about Kartik in Vrindavan, sure I wanted to join to receive all the blessings of this auspicious time too.
It was my first visit to Vrindavan after my last visit to India 23 years ago.
Everything was so exciting for me that I could not rest my mind nor do the required chanting. Even listening to knowledge was not what I needed, although appreciating a lot. No, I wanted to FEEL what Rhadakrishna means in Vrindavan, their pastimes and their blessings. And I could feel a lot!
I feel very grateful to Sadhu Maharaj who opened the door for me to Krishna Consciousness in a wonderful charming way. And thanks to all the others who helped me to understand all the things which were totally new to me!
Highlights during Kartik at Munger Mandir were the Dipawali festival with the Krishna Lila performance, the Goverdhan Puja, the daily Prem Prasad, the Aratis with the bhajan group and the bhajan singing of the devotees. I wish I could sing like them!
Joining Kartik in Vrindavan was one of my greatest gifts in my life. And for very sure I will come again! Thank you so much Guru Dev!
Susanne · November 19, 2009 at 3:21 pm
Hare Krsna, Sadhu Maharaj,
many greetngs from Susanne from Germany. I visited 2 times during Kartik, and wrote an email, asking, when you come to Stuttgart, or Zuerich?Can you please let me know. By telephone I only reached people who did not understand me. I don´t know if you receive the email I send to imlitala@ I don´t want to miss you when you come to Germany or Switzerland.
Nanda Kishor · November 19, 2009 at 3:37 pm
Shanti, I’m sorry to not have asked you before putting up the images. We’ve already discussed this on Facebook and you confirmed that it’s ok to use them. Thanks again!
Nanda Kishor · November 19, 2009 at 4:18 pm
Karuna, thank you so much for sharing your realizations. Greatly appreciated!
govinda dasi · December 16, 2010 at 9:29 am
every time I go to vrindavan I find out very special. this time in munger mandir with sadhu maharaj and all vaisnava was really great.
special thanks to lalita prasad a really a special sadhu, he gave to me something that no words can explain
thank you sadhu maharaj for this opportunity
jay sri radhe jay vrindavan dham
all glory to all devotees