Kartik Navadvipa Mandal Parikrama 2023 – Registration begins 1st August!

Kartik Navadvipa Mandal Parikrama 2023!! Registration begins 1st August!!

( – Kartik Navadvipa Mandal Parikrama 2023!! Registration begins 1st August!!

It is our great pleasure to announce ISKCON MAYAPUR’s 11th annual six-day Kartik Navadwip Mandal Parikrama during the most auspicious month of Kartik (organized by the Mayapur Chandra’s). The Parikrama dates are 15th, 16th, 18th, 19th, 21st & 22nd November, 2023.

There will be two days break, for Srila Prabhuap’s disappearance day (17th of November) and Gopashtami (20th November) so that devotees can participate in the festivals.

For this year also, the parikrama will not stay overnight; we will leave each day from the ISKCON Mayapur campus at 5 AM and return by 5PM. In order to give more time to chanting and hearing pastimes in the holy places, we have reduced walking, and devotees will be transported faster to the various places via boat and vehicles.

Kartik is the most auspicious month to perform spiritual activities, and the weather is extremely pleasant and favourable, so please do not miss this opportunity to associate with the devotees, to hear and chant the glories of Lord Chaitanya, to bathe in The Ganges and honour prasadam together in various holy places.

For more information:

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+918016401401/ +919434951901/

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Devotees who do not live in Mayapur and would like to reserve their seat, you can write to us and we will take your booking and for Mayapur devotees booking please visit.

Booking office:

Ekachakra office, Chakra Bhavan (Long Building) Room No. 150, Mayapur, 10am -1pm

Parikrama fees are Rs 2750 per person.

(This fee covers breakfast, lunch, and parikrama transportation. Doesn’t cover accommodation)

Please kindly note that the booking is not refundable

Your servant

Mayapur Chandra’s Team

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