Sunday Feast BA

One of ISKCON’s first activities was the “Sunday Love Feast”. Every Sunday afternoon Srila Prabhupada would personally cook a feast for the devotees and guests. He would sing the Hare Krishna maha-mantra, speak on Bhagavad-gita and end the afternoon with a sumptuous spread of Indian vegetarian preparations. His programme was a great success and ever since, the Sunday Feast has been celebrated in temples around the world.

Our Krishna-Balarama temple warmly invites you, your family and friends to come and enjoy a Sunday Feast programme of chanting, dancing and discussing spiritual topics with us.

2.30 p.m : Guru-puja to Srila Prabhupada
Followed by kirtan
3.30 p.m : Lecture and questions
4.15 p.m : Arati to Sri Sri Krishna-Balarama
5.00 p.m : Feast.

In Vedic culture it is very auspicious to serve prasadam (sanctified vegetarian food) to others. Devotees and well-wishers are very eager to sponsor the Sunday Feast. They often choose to offer a feast to celebrate a special occasion like a birthday or in honour of a departed relative.

If you would like to sponsor a Sunday Feast please contact Sukadeva Das on 918 7401.