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RathaYatra of Lord Jagannatha, at Detroit Iskcon, by Stephen Knapp

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Uploaded on Jul 25, 2010

Ratha Yatra of the Detroit Iskcon Krishna Temple, held in Novi, Michigan, July 24, 2010, by Stephen Knapp (Sri Nandanandana dasa). Even though the "Festival of the Chariots" parade started in the rain, it later stopped raining to provide an excellent day for the festival. The parade lasted a couple hours, followed by the festivities at the main site with free prasadam food, and dancing, plays, and entertainment on the stage, plus a big "bouncy" for the kids, and other activities, including a gift shop, face painting and balloon figures for the kids, and other refreshments, plus close up darshan of the Deities of Lord Jagannatha, Lord Balarama and Lady Subhadra, for Whose pleasure the festival is held. Everyone was invited, but if you missed it, you can always try next year, and watch the video to see the highlights of what you missed. For more information on Vedic spiritual practices and the traditions of India and Hare Krishna, along with books, articles, and links to additional videos on such topics, you can see www.stephen-knapp.com, or http://stephenknapp.wordpress.com, and www.detroitiskconlive.com.

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