Eighteen Days - Sri Panca Tattva's Mayapur Lila

Eightecn I)cys - Sri Paitca-tsttt,tr's Mayll-pur-lila

going to go clown, just as soon as she finished what she was doing. This devotee informed her that the festival was over. Sananda sropped what she was doing, looked at the devotee, and saicl, "Well. I guess that means I won'r be going back to Godhead. But I had to finish this sewing for Krsta..."

Kfqtra Caitanya Dasa ancl Remuna Devl Dasl (Canada)

One cannot describe the joy and pure bliss that we are feeling just looking at rhe pictures and written articles of Sri Panca-tattva. Those of us who stayed back to take care of the deities in our Canadian yatra fleel as if we have been transported to Sri Dhama MAyapur by the mercy of the Vaisnavas ancl the interner. ln Canada we strongly feel we have reachecl a turning point in the history of ISKCON. Srl Paflca-tattva are looking after the lotus that Srila Prabhupdda, his dis- ciples, and grand-disciples have built and are in the process of building. We want- ed to thank the GBC and all the devotees who made this arnazing event possible. WELL DONE!! My last thought goes to His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupdda, who performed the greatest act of bhahti by stepping on the Jaladuta in 1966 to come to America.

Sttala Deyl Dast


The morning of the installation was charged with excitement, yet many flelt con- cerned about how this event was going to be managed. There were so many devo- tees, and so little space in the temple room. Bathing such large deities would be a challenging task. As I took my place in the area roped off for senior devotees, I l'elt worried. Are all the devotees going to be able ro see? Will there be a mad crush?


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