ISKCON to host virtual Krishna ‘Janmashtami’ this year


Team Udayavani, Aug 8, 2020, 9:51 AM IST

Bengaluru: In view of the coronavirus pandemic, ISKCON-Bengaluru would host a virtual Krishna ”Janmasthtami”-2020 on August 11 and 12. The ISKCON, a religious organisation, would organise a 40-hour webcast ”Swagatam Krishna”.

The event, to be shown on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook, would start with a live webcast of the ”Nauka Vihar” at 6.30 am followed by an ”abhishekam”.

There would be panel discussions and a cultural program with eminent personalities taking part said a statement from ISKCON.

Krishna Janmashtami is an important festival at ISKCON-Bengaluru when lakhs of people seek divine blessings.

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