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Aarti & Darshan Timings

Aarti Darshan Timings
4.30 a.m. – 5.00 a.m. – Mangal Aarti
Our morning starts by MangalArti. It starts at sharp 4:30. It is considered as the most auspicious and blissful ceremony for all the participants. The Pujari blows the conch and the Deity’s curtains are opened. Prior to opening the curtain, the Pujari has
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Tulsi Arti
5.00 a.m. – 5.15 a.m. – Tulsi-Aarti
Right after the MangalAarti, the prayer to TulsiMaharani takes place. Tulsi is the most sacred plant and known as the favorite of Lord Krishna. Worship of TulsiMaharani is beneficial as she awards Bhakti to the devotees. One devotee offer Aarti with
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Darshan Arti
7.15 a.m. – 7.30 a.m. – Darshan Aarti
Once the Deities are ornamented,dressed and worshipped privately, they give Darshan to all the devotees so that people can offer prayers and worship. The chief priest offers Aarti with lamp, incense, chamara, and peacock fan. It’s a blissful sight ,full of
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Guru Puja
7.30- 7:45 a.m. – Guru-Puja
In this session, ISKCON members offer greetings to Srila Prabhupada. They express gratitude to him and beg for the mercy of him as without the guru,onecan not reach the Supreme.He is the bestower of knowledge in the heart of the
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Srimad bhagavatam class
8:00- 9:00am – Srimad-Bhagavatam Class
After Guru Puja, all the devotees sit down together and hear the auspicious SrimadBhagavatam.Keeping with an ancient tradition of passing down spiritual knowledge, our well-versed speakers teach the essence of this timeless scripture, giving everyone the
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Raj Bhog Aarti
12.30 p.m. – 12.55 p.m. – Raj Bhoga Aarti

This particular Aarti lasts up to 20 minutes. During the Aarti, food is offered to all the Deities. The chief priest also offers aromatic incense, fresh flowers, chamara, and a peacock fan to the Deities.

Dhupa Aarti
4.20 p.m. – 4.30 p.m. – Dhupa Aarti

This Dhupa Aarti lasts up to 10 minutes. The chief priest offers Aarti with aromatic incense, fresh flowers, chamara, and with a peacock fan as well. After that, bhog of fruits offered to the Deities.

Sndhya Aarti
7.00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.(Summers)& 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. (Winters)– Sandya Aarti
Sandhya Aarti is better known as Gaura Aarti. All the devotees sing GauraAarti and offer worship to Lord Chaitanya. This is one of the most magnificent and wonderful arti where people from all over the place come to praise the Lord . Devotees sing loudly
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Srimad bhagavatam class
8:00 p.m. -9:00 p.m. 

Just like morning, in the evening it is also conducted with same devotion and manner. It is held for the worshippers and residents as well.

Shyan Aarti
8:30 p.m.-8.45 p.m. – Shyan Aarti

It is the final Aarti of the day. This Aarti ceremony is the last chance to see and worship the Deities.

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Krishna once said that good deeds made, gifted, frugal, and done without faith are shown as no or “assat.” Therefore, neither here nor below is useful. Let us take a step closer to the devotion of Kanha and do our bit to help others in need.