Baie Du Cap Centre

Of all our ISKCON centres in Mauritius the one at Saint Martin, Baie du Cap, is the furthest away from any town. The building was donated by Mr. Sukky, a well-wisher of ISKCON, whose desire was to bring Krishna consciousness to the southern coastal villages of Mauritius. The centre opened it doors on the 7th of May 1998, on the auspicious day of Narasimha Chaturdasi.

Activities of Baie du Cap Centre.

Mangal-arati every morning at 5.00 a.m. This is followed by japa meditation and arati before the presiding Deities of Sri Sri Jagannath (Lord Krishna), Baladev (Balarama, His brother) and Subhadra (Their sister)

 Regular evening kirtans are held in the evenings

 Sunday Feast is held every week from 2.30 p.m to 5 p.m. Devotees and guests from the villages in the Savanne region attend

 Main Festivals are celebrated on days near the actual date of the festival.

Nama-Hatta programmes

House programmes preceded by harinam sankirtan

An organised bus collects devotees and well-wishers from the villages in the Savanne region to come and celebrate main festival days at Hare Krishna Land, Phoenix.

The Sunday Feast schedule is as follows:
2.30 p.m guru-puja
3.00 p.m kirtan
3.45 p.m Lecture
4.15 p.m arati
4.45 p.m prashadam

For more information please contact Agnideva Das on 972 5469