Day 6 of #BlogMarathon
This is the main temple and the priest is reciting evening Aarti .
The best part of this temple is to be present in the morning 4 a.m. aarti and the evening aarti.
Devotes are so much indulged in devotion and sing in unison -“hare Krishna Hare Krishna a, Hare Rama Hare Rama”in a mellifluous tone that it touches the soul and one can’t escape dancing to those words lost in the Krishna’s love.
Here there are number of foreigners who dance and please God as Chetanya Pradhu, does not matter however cold or hot it is, they do the dance in every aarti wearing a dhoti, kurta and holding a vermilion of pearls made of tulsi in one hand and ladies wearing a cotton saree.
In the temple visiting area there are many shops to explore where there are some libraries which have many books on Life of Krishna, the flute blower.
There are shops which sells caseettes of Lord’s bhajana .
There are shops which sells sandalwood, rose water, ganga water and other things which are considered sacred in Hindu religion.
There are printed kurtas having beautiful painting of Krishna which touches the heart.
Apart from this there is food court a little restaurant inside the temple and also an area which serves the prasadam dedicated to Thakur jee.
We can purchase it for money, and this is thing I didn’t like about the temple that it became a trade centre for those people and where even prasad is needed to be purchased.
By grace of lord, I can offer the prasadam and also many others but more of Indians are poor and I don’t think so if they can get it or not .
I might sound rude here but I am saying what I have visualised and felt by heart.
I went to temple in the local electric Rickshaw with my family and it was such lovely experience travelling on the roads of Vrindawan.
The heart of the city of Vrindawan resides on its roads, temples and poor and monkeys .
I also observed a lady riding a bicycle, her hair were complete white and she was around 80+ but was so young at heart and riding more fast than our electric Rickshaw.
The post is part of Blog Marathon with Blogchatter .