5 Days Sri Bhagavatam Katha by Sarvabhauma Prji (Cantos 1-4)

5 Days Sri Bhagavatam Katha by Sarvabhauma Prji (Cantos 1-4)

 

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About The Event

Hare Krishna !!

Wonderful chance to swim in the necatrean ocean of Srimad Bhagavad Katha by renowned Sarvbhauma Prabhuji.

Bhagavad Katha Schedule:

 

17th July Thursday : 6:30 pm to 8:45 pm (Evening)

18th July Friday      :  6:30 pm to 8:45 pm (Evening)

19th July Saturday :  8:00 am to 11 :00 am (Morning)

20th July Sunday   :   8:00 am to 11 :00 am (Morning)

21st July Monday  :  6:30 pm to 8:30 pm (Evening)

*Lunch/ Dinner Included in all sessions

**Only Limited Seats, Register Yourself fast !!

Registration Fees:

All Days - 250/- per person

For 3 days or less - 150/- per person

Kids b/w 12years till 15 years - 150/- per kid

Kids below 12 years - FREE (1000/- if they cry and disturb :) )

For Registrations: Please pay the fees online or contact Archana Mataji@ 9999342426 or Rasika Kesava das @ 9899764612 

Profile of the Speaker :

HG Sarvabhauma Prabhu was born on 6th Feb 1952, in a Puskarana Vaishnava Brahmin family, having a Radha Krishna temple for eight generations in Mithi, which is part of Rajasthan in Sindh province of Pakistan. He did his MBBS from Sindh University in Hydrabad, Sindh. He became actively involved in Spiritual movement from 1981 in Karachi and in 1991 he permanently retired from Govt service and moved to India to work under H.H. Radhanath Swami. He delivered a series of discourses in the TV Program Atma through ITV of Mumbai, featured by Sony and Star TV. Since 2004, he is traveling and preaching far and wide in India, Pakistan, Gulf countries, and Mauritius.