Time: July 16, 2019 all day
Location: On the banks of the 400-acre Brahma Sarovar, heart of Kurukshetra Town. Morning 5 - 11:30 am Reading whole Gita in any language of your choice, in your own group or with us; Afternoon 1 - 7:30 pm Singing / Chanting the 700 Sanskrit slokas in groups.
Street: The Angkor Wat
City/Town: Siem Reap, Cambodia
Website or Map: http://www.bit.ly/AngkorMap
Event Type: honouring the author of bhagavad gita, guru purnima day, gita recitation / singing program, global hindu unity
Organized By: Dina-Anukampana Das
Latest Activity: Dec 6, 2018
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We look forward to seeing you at Holy Kurukshetra!
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Kurukshetra is calling you!
Ancient holy land, created by the great austerity of King Kuru, for the benefit of all mankind.
Let us go there and do a Gita sacrifice - sing, read, recite or chant the Gita in any language, on the holy birthday of her divine author Sri Vyasadeva.
It is he, Sri Vyasa, who wrote all our Vedic scriptures, and whose birthday is honoured by all Hindus as Guru Purnima.
Sri Vyasadev is therefore the Adi Guru and Spiritual Father of all Hindus and indeed of all Mankind in their search for Absolute Truth beyond the Relative Truths of this temporary universe.
He guides us to begin acting for the eternal benefit of our soul, while living decently and caring for this temporary mortal frame in this temporary world in the best possible, dutiful way, and thus attain success materially and spiritually.
All glories to Him, Who is listed as the seventeenth incarnation of God (SB 1.3.21), the Literary Incarnation of God, & father of the great Sukadeva Goswami!
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