Sri Nabadwip Dham Parikrama:
Day Four

22 March 2016

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


His Divine Grace is taking the devotees for the forth day of Sri Nabadwip Dham parikrama.

 


 


 


 


 


 


The first stop of Samudra-ghat, the place where King Suvarna Sen got the darshan of Lord Krishna by deliberately attacking the Pandavs. Pictured: Sripad B.T. Niriha Maharaj speaking in Hindi to the assembled devotees.

 


 


 


 


 


The next stop is Sri Dvija Vaninath's Gaura Gadadhar temple, known as Champa-hatta. It is also the place where Jayadev Goswami compoed his famous Gita Govinda.

 


 


 


Sri Sri Gaura Gadadhar Deities at the temple.

 


 


The champaka tree beside the temple.

 


Even though the flowers are so high on top of the tree, you can still feel their sweet smell from the ground.

 


The domes of Sri Sri Gaura Gadadhar temple.

 


After that, the parikrama party proceeds to honour prasadam.

 


 


His Divine Grace is speaking about the glories of Sri Radha Kunda that the devotees have just passed.

 


The next stop is the parental house of Srila Sarvabhauma Bhattacharya in Vidya Nagar.

 


 


 


 


The Deities at the next temple visited: Srila Sarvabhauma Bhattacharya's temple. This is the place where all kinds of branches of knowledge (vidya) are concentrated.

 


When concluding, His Divine Grace quotes Saranagati: "All mundane learning is an exhibition of maya and an obstacle to Your service. It brings about infatuation for the temporary world and makes an ass of the soul."

 


 


Vidya Nagar gates.

 


In Mamgachchi, the last stop. The Deities in the temple marking the birthplace of Srila Vrindavan Das Thakur.

 


Srila Acharya Maharaj concludes the parikrama here.

 


 


 


The devotees honour prasadam and after that head back home.

 


 


 

 

 

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