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ISKCON New Vrindaban Temple Moundsville, West Virginia, USA

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New Vrindaban Timings:

5.00 AM to 1.00 PM and 3.30 PM to 9.00 PM

Monday to Friday Temple Schedule:

5:00 AM – Mangal Arati
6:45 AM – Go Puja and Milking Cows
7:30 AM – Deity Greetings
7:40 AM – Guru Puja
8:00 AM – Srimad BhagavatAM Class
9:00 AM – Breakfast PrasadAM
12:30 PM – Raj Bhog Arati and Kirtan
1:10 PM – Bhagavad Gita Discourse

Altar closed from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
1:30 PM – Lunch PrasadAM
4:30 PM – Arati and Kirtan
7:00 PM – Gaura Arati and Kirtan
7:35 PM – Bhagavad Gita Discourse
8:30 PM – Shayan Arati
ISKCON New Vrindaban Temple

Saturday Temple Schedule:

5:00 AM – Mangal Arati
6:30 AM – Meditation and Yoga
6:45 AM – Go Puja and Milking Cows
7:30 AM – Deity Greetings
7:40 AM – Guru Puja
8:00 AM – Srimad BhagavatAM Class
9:00 AM – Breakfast PrasadAM
10:00 AM – Govardhan ParikrAMa (Meet at Temple Entrance)
12:30 PM – Raj Bhog Arati and Kirtan
1:10 PM – Bhagavad Gita Discourse
1:30 PM – Lunch PrasadAM
4:30 PM – Arati and Kirtan
7:00 PM – Gaura Arati and Kirtan
7:35 PM – Bhagavad Gita Discourse
8:30 PM – Shayan Arati

Sunday Temple Schedule:

5:00 AM – Mangal Arati
6:30 AM – Meditation and Yoga
6:45 AM – Go Puja and Milking Cows
7:30 AM – Deity Greetings
7:40 AM – Guru Puja
8:00 AM – Srimad BhagavatAM Class
9:00 AM – Breakfast PrasadAM
10:00 AM – Govardhan ParikrAMa (Meet at Temple Entrance)
12:30 PM – Raj Bhog Arati and Kirtan
1:10 PM – Bhagavad Gita Discourse
2:00 PM – Sunday Feast
4:30 PM – Arati and Kirtan
7:00 PM – Gaura Arati and Kirtan
8:30 PM – Shayan Arati

Note: Govinda’s Restaurant will be open for Dinner Prasadam on Fridays and Saturdays.

New Vrindaban – The Land of Krishna

New Vrindaban’s History:

One of Srila Prabhupada’s most cherished desires was to establish the New Vrindaban Community in America. He spoke at great length about building a replica of Vrindavan India, where there are seven main temples. In 1968, the New Vrindaban Community was founded in West Virginia to fulfill Prabhupada’s dream of an ideal society based on Krishna Consciousness, or love of God. When Prabhupada set down the first guidelines for such a community, the idea seemed out of reach to the small band of devotees struggling through a hard winter on a small, rundown farm. There was no electricity and no running water in their only building, a battered pioneer shack. But when Srila Prabhupada had a vision of “seven temples on the seven hills,” suddenly all obstacles seemed insignificant to his followers. By 1972, the community had expanded from 100 acres to 500 acres.

The New Vrindaban Holy Dham is set in the beautiful and peaceful Appalachian Mountains in the rural West Virginia Panhandle. This spiritual community has been a place of pilgrimage for many thousands of visitors each year.

Sri Sri Radha Vrindaban Chandra Mandir, the main temple hall, is the main attraction of many wonderful attractions in the New Vrindaban Community and is usually the first stop for all visitors and pilgrims. Currently, the construction for the Radha Gopinath Mandir, the second of the seven temples, is under way to complete Srila Prabhupada’s vision of seven temples on seven hills.

Festivals Celebrated in ISKCON Temple:

Ratha Yatra
Janmastami
Pushpa Abhishek
Festival of Colors (Holi)
Radhastami
Govardhan Puja
Diwali
Festival of Inspiration
Ramanavami
Nirsimha Chaturdasi
Goura Purnima

CONTACT Vrindaban Temple:

3759 McCrearys Ridge Road.
Moundsville, WV 26041.
Phone: (304) 843-1600 ext. 0
Email: palacelodge108@gmail.com

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