Sankirtan Festival

29th Dezember - 1st January 2020


The yearly Sankirtan Festival is a spiritual gathering after a month of austerity for the mission of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and for devotees who want to start a new year in association with other devotees by worshipping the Lord.

As Krishna says in the Bhagavad Gita 18.68-69

“For one who explains the supreme secret to the devotees, devotional service is guaranteed, and at the end he will come back to Me.

There is no servant in this world more dear to Me than he, nor will there ever be one more dear.”

29th Dezember, Sunday

– Arrival –

14:30 Lunch Prasadam

16:00 Seminar “The Meaning of the Symbols on Radha and Krishnas Lotusfeet”

18:30 Gaura Aratik

19:00 Bhagavad Gita Lecture

30th Dezember, Monday

– Kirtan –

8:00 Srimad Bhagavatam Lecture 

9:30 Breakfast in Tempelroom

11:00 Kirtan

14:30 Lunch Prasadam

16:00 Kirtan

18:30 Gaura Aratik

19:00 Swinging  of the Lord and Kirtan with HH. Bhaktivaibhava Swami

31st Dezember, Tuesday

– Score Reading & Abhishek-


8:00 SB Lecture by HH. Bhaktivaibhava Swami

9:30 Breakfast in Templeroom

11:00 Score Reading

14:30 Lunch Prasadam

16:00 Score Reading

17:30 Children Theatre

18:30 Gaura Aratik


22:00 Special Darshan


1st  January, Wednesday

– Departure –

8:00 SB Lecture

9:30 Breakfast

11:00 Departures

This year we will have limited space in our Ashram. We recommend you to book a place over or   

Expected guest of honour

HH Bhakti Vaibhava Swami

HH Bhakti Vaibhava Swami

GBC Chairman, Initiating Guru and Sannyasi


Ecstatic Kirtans


Saddhu Sanga

Temple Shop

Meet Friends

Tasty Prasadam


Sankirtan Impressions


we also celebrate many other festival in which you can celebrate with us. Below you find a little calendar

august, 2022

aug4:30 amaug10:00 pmBalaram Jayanti 2022

aug1:00 pmaug7:00 pmOPEN Day at the Farm

aug(aug 19)4:00 amaug(aug 20)1:00 amKrishna Janmastami 2022

aug4:30 amaug2:00 pmSrila Prabhupada Appearance day

22aug(aug 22)6:00 pm26(aug 26)10:00 amHH Indradyumna Swami - Visit to SimhachalamLecture Series on Narasimhadeva