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Upcoming Events

place9301 Frazier Pike, Little Rock, Ar-72206

eventOctober 27, 2019 – October 27, 2019

Hare Krishna dear devotees, It is our great pleasure to invite you to celebrate with us the Festival of Lamps, known as Deepavali. This festival is joyously celebrated in the honor of welcoming Lord Rama back to His kingdom Ayodhya, after an exile of 14 years. The citizens of Ayodhya lit up the whole city by decorating their homes with lamps. They exchanged gifts, and sweets to welcome Lord Rama back to Ayodhya. Light is considered a sign of goodness and knowledge. On this very auspicious day, we can take vows to remove the darkness of ignorance and selfish desires from our heart, using the light of knowledge and compassion. Sri Ramachandra ki Jai!!! Timing: 1) Deepavali Pooja- 10:30 am to 12:30 pm followed by RajBhog Arti. 2) Lighting up the temple with lamps- 6:00 pm 3) Kirtan and Bhajan- 6:30 pm followed by evening Arti

place9301 Frazier Pike, Little Rock, Ar-72206

eventOctober 13, 2019 – November 12, 2019

Dear devotees, The most auspicious month of Kartik also known as Damodar month is beginning from October 13th and ending on November 12th. Kartik is the best, the purest of purifiers, and most glorious of all months. Kartik month is particularly dear to Lord Sri Krishna. This month is full of bhakta vatsalya (transcendental love shared between the Lord and His devotees). Any vrata (fasting), even the smallest, will yield huge results. Kartik or the festival of offering lamps to Lord Krishna, glorifies Lord Krishna’s pastime of being bound with ropes by Mother Yashoda. Sri Radha Madhava Welspun temple invites you to take full advantage of this not-to-let-go opportunity of getting huge result by performing the slightest of service to the lord. We will be offering lamps to their Lordships every evening throughout the Kartik month and sing a special song called Damodarastakam which beautifully describes the pastimes performed by Lord Krishna in this month. Timings are as follows: Arati: 7:00pm Offering Lamp: 7:15pm

place9301 Frazier Pike, Little Rock, Ar- 72206

eventOctober 16, 2019 – October 16, 2019

Hare Krishna! We will be celebrating Karwa Chauth by having katha about Karwa Chauth followed by arati and bhajans. Timings for the event: 1. Karwa Chauth vrat katha- 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm 2. Arati- 7:00pm

place9301 Frazier Pike, Little Rock, AR- 72206

eventOctober 11, 2019 – October 11, 2019

Hare Krishna! Radha Madhav Welspun Temple cordially invites you all to relish the blissful event of Raas Garbha. We request everyone to bring their own sticks for Dandiya. Thank you. Hari Bol!!! Timings for the program: 1. Arati- 7:00 pm 2. Raas Garbha (Dandia)- 7:30pm onwards.

place9301 Frazier Pike Little Rock, Ar- 72206

eventOctober 07, 2019 – October 07, 2019

Hare Krishna! We cordially invite you and your family to attend the auspicious event of Dusshera. On this day, Lord Sri Rama hailed victory over the demoniac king Ravana and rescued mother Sita from his illusory clutches. This special day is celebrated to commemorate the victory of Truth over Evil. We can pray to the Lord for his blessings and try to live a life as he taught us by his own example. We will have bhajan and kirtan, and special darshan at 7 pm for the arrival of Lord Ram back to Ayodhya.

place9301 Frazier Pike, Little Rock, Ar-72206

eventOctober 28, 2019 – October 28, 2019

The day after Deepavali is called Annakuta, or Govardhana Puja. Welspun temple cordially invites you to this beautiful festival of Goverdhan Puja. We encourage you to bring food offerings for building Goverdhan Hill. It is requested that you use separate utensils than what you use for yourself to prepare your offering for the Lord. PLEASE DO NOT USE ONION AND GARLIC. Thank you for your consideration. Happy Govardhan Puja. Program Timing: Bhajan and Darshan of Goverdhan- 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm Sandhya Arti- 7:00 pm to 7:20 pm Govardhan Puja- 7:20 pm to 8:00 pm along with Kirtan.