There is the famous ‘Sacred Sounds’ event in Rutgers University that inspires 500 students to chant and dance the entire night.
Then we catch our flight from New Jersey straight into the Birthplace of Jazz. Pick up our Rental and head across the border. Not to Mexico of course, but to the state that is the funnest to spell out loud,
There is a Krishna community 45 minutes from New Orleans known as New Talavan.
It is known for its natural and organic way of living: they make organic Blueberry jam, collect fresh honey, pick organic fruits and vegetables from their garden and orchid, and of course make all sorts of milk products. 60 cows roam in their open fields and with their help the community gets Milk, yogurt, cheese and a variety of milk sweets for the deities that reside in the temple,
Sri Sri Radha-Radha Kantha. Yup, two Radha’s in that name.
Another fun fact is that it’s the birthplace of one of the Mayapuris! that would be me, Kish.
We are also super excited that all the Mayapuris will reunite for this awesome festival!
After the weekend festival in Mississippi we get in our tour van and head towards Alabama for our first “JUGGERNAUT TOUR”.
Gauravani will be meeting us and we will do 4 events back to back.
Starting the 28th of October and ending the 31st.
One more thing to add!
We are very fortunate that we are able to do so many events in this special month of Kartik. This is a month where any spiritual activity is magnified and multiplied 1000 times. One easy way is to offer a candle to God.
To know more about each event just click on “Events” or I’ll make it easy for you and you can just click right here
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We are excited to Announce that Bryn Chrisman from Yogamaya NYC will be joining us on this retreat.
Our first collaboration in a retreat, but definitely not in a yoga studio
For detailed information please click here
All the best, Kish