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5th Centenary Comemorial of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu’s Visit to Sri Vrindaban Dham

Posted on: November 5, 2015 Posted By: Gaudiya Mission

Background :

Vrindavan, as we all know has an ancient past, associated with Indian history, and is one of the most important Hindu pilgrimage site. Lord Sri Krishna performed His loving pastimes with his most glorious devotees in the forests of Vraja, on the banks of River Yamuna, in the groves and gardens of Vrindavan and in the precincts of Govardhana Hill, revealing His own nature in complete disclosure. During the time of Sri Krishna, the most sacred Vraja Dham consisted of twelve verdant forests with flower laden twining vines and fruit trees of all seasons, bird songs that rent the air with sweet sounds, cool breezes and the Yamuna's waters that enhanced the atmosphere.

The essence of Vrindavan was lost over time until the 16th century, when it was rediscovered by Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. In the year 1515, Mahaprabhu visited Vrindavan, with the purpose of locating the lost holy places associated with Lord Sri Krishna's transcendent pastimes. Mahaprabhu wandered through the different sacred forests of Vrindavan in a spiritual trance of divine love. It was believed that by His divine spiritual power, He was able to locate all the important places of Krishna's pastimes in and around Vrindavan.

Gaudiya Mission, established in 1918, represents the genuine teachings of Sri  Chaitanya  Mahaprabhu and intends to promote the moral & spiritual welfare of all mankind and assist them in the study of the philosophy as propounded by Him. Mission aims to revive the society in the light of universal harmony and brotherhood on a plane of transcendence.



To commemorate the 5th Centenary of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu’s coming to Vrindaban, Gaudiya Mission has organized a 22 Day spiritual  tour by Bus from Puri to Virndaban, and way back on the jungle route as taken by Sri Chaitanya Mahprabhu. Also a Two Day National Seminar on ‘Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu’s Visit To Vrindaban Dham’ will be hosted at Siri Fort, New Delhi on 28th and 29th November.  

On 11th November, more than 250 saints and devotees from Gaudiya Mission will set of from Sri Gaudiya Math, Baghbazar for Puri Dham. Then from Puri, the Pilgrims will reach Vrindaban on 18th November via Keonjhar, Ranchi, Kuju and Varanasi. A Nagarsankirtan will take place on 15th November at the city of Ranchi in the daytime. The Pilgrims will visit all the spiritually important places of Vrindaban including Mathura as described by Sri Chaitanhya Mahprabhu and his associates for the next three days and it will  reach Radhakundon 21st November thereby conducting Giriraj Goverdhan Parikrama and go to other nearby relevant places. On 28th it will reach New Delhi to join the Two Day  National Seminar. The Seminar will be attended by eminent personalities from all corners of the society to discuss Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu’s contribution to the society. Nagar Sankirtan will also take place on 29th November on the Chittaranjan Park area of New Delhi chanting the ‘Hari Naam’  by all the devotees and members of the Mission along with other Gaudiya Sapradays present in Delhi. On the return journey the Pilgrims will visit Allahabad, Gaya and reach Remuna, Baleswar in Orissa. come back to Kolkata.


The fundamental objective of Gaudiya Mission is to spread the philosophy of Gaudiya Vaishnavism ( the only way to Peace and Harmony)throughout the world and in practicing and propagating the gospel of the divine love as advocated by the revealed vedic authorities, Upanisads, Bhagavatam, Gita and other Scriptures and propagated by Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. The Mission is constantly trying to revive in the minds of the sincere souls the eternal spirit of the pure devotion to and for Supreme Lord Sri Krishna by scrutinizing and propagating the study of the pure devotion, its philosophy, doctrines, rituals with the vision to obtain universal harmony and brotherhood.

Contact Details:
B S Sanyasi Maharaj :  +91 9433011620
Bhabataran Das :  +91 9804167649

Press Release:

A) Hindustan Times Kolkata, Thursday November 5,2015

B) Bartaman November 2 2015



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