Hare Krishna ISKCON Temple Kansas City Schedule:
Mangala Arati – 4:30 AM
Tulasi Puja -5:00 AM
Srila Prabhupada lilamrta – 5:15 AM
Japa – 5:20 AM
Sloka Class – 6:15 AM
Japa (continued) – 6:30 AM
Deity Greeting – 7:15 AM
Guru Puja – 7:20 AM
Srimad Bhagavatam class – 7:45 AM
Prasadam – 8:30 AM
Afternoons and Evenings:
Prasadam 3:30 PM
Classes 5 PM – 7.00 PM (visitors welcome)
Gaura Arati 7:00 PM
Bhagavad Gita Class 7:30 PM
Milk and Video 8:20 PM
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Hare Krishna ISKCON Temple Kansas City Sunday Feast:
Please join us every Sunday at the temple for our free 11-course vegetarian Sunday feast. Everyone is invited to attend this fun evening of fraternity.
Here is the schedule of Activities:
4:00 PM to 4:30 PM – Bhajans (mantra accompanied by music)
4:30 PM to 5:30 PM – Lecture by Danavir Goswami
5:30 PM to 6:00 PM – Arati ceremony with Kirtana
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM – 11 Course Vegetarian Feast with video
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM – Premadhana Band (Contemporary Krishna Consciousness Music)
History of the Sunday Feasts:
The founder-acarya (spiritual master) of the Hare Krishna movement, Srila Prabhupada, began the famous Sunday feasts in 1966. In the first temple of Krishna in the western world, located in the Lower East Side of New York, he would personally help cook twelve-course meals. Regular attendance at the party has rapidly increased to three or four hundred people. In general, these vacations consisted of:
Puris – a light tortillalike whole wheat bread fried in ghee (clarified butter)
Pushpanna rice – an opulent rice dish, prepared with nuts and spices.
Samosas – a fried pastry stuffed with cauliflower and peas.
Pakoras – vegetables dipped in chick-pea batter and deep-fried in ghee
Two or more subjis – cooked vegetables, often including small cubes of fresh, homemade cheese.
Kheer – a dessert of sweetened condensed milk.
Burfi – a milk sweet resembling vanilla fudge.
Lassi – cooling yogurt-fruit drink
In 1967, Hare Krishna devotees opened their second temple in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco, where they served free prasadam meals to more than 250 people a day. In the early 1970s, the ISKCON Sunday Banquet was established as a weekly event in major cities around the world, including New York, Boston, Washington, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Mexico City, Montreal, London, Paris . , Rome, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Nairobi, Calcutta, Bombay, Sydney, Melbourne and Rio de Janeiro. Srila Prabhupada often referred to the Hare Krishna movement as “the religion of the kitchen,” expressing his satisfaction at how much his disciples exerted their desire to flood the world with prasadam.
Hare Krishna ISKCON Temple Kansas City Address:
5201 The Paseo,
Kansas City, MO, 64110
(816) 924-5619 or (800) 340-5286
Fax: (816) 924-5640