Thank you for this Festival Season

Dear Brijabasis,

Please accept my humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada!

I would like to thank all the devotees wholeheartedly for their incredible service during the festival season which just ended with the Labour Day weekend. It was a long, tiring season. Through our endeavor, however we have given thousands of pilgrims a transcendental experience.

The feedback I received this morning from different visitors was very inspiring. Pilgrims see a change in New Vrindaban and motivate all of us to continue on the Sankirtana path. By Sri Sri Radha Vrindaban Chandra’s grace, the devotees have served the pilgrims nicely and connected them to Krsna through darshan, lectures, kirtan, prasadam and many personal interactions.

There are too many devotees to name in person, but I would like to mention some of them especially for their wonderful contribution during the season and for the last two big events, Janmastami and Radhastami.

First Shanka Prabhu who cooked three meals a day for the last two festivals and cooked so nicely during the whole summer. The pujaris, under the guidance of Mother Vani, dressed Their Lordships in such an attractive manner and made the darshan for everybody so exciting. The CD department members invited the pilgrims and donors, and took care of them so nicely. The devotees at the lodge made the guests feel at home and increased the quality of our accommodation substantially. The devotees at the Palace are taking care of the gardens with love and dedication. The Palace tour guides with their attractive preaching, the team at Govinda’s snack bar, the devotees taking care of the grounds making NV look neat and clean, the lecturers and story tellers, the devotees taking care of the cows, the devotees at the Small Farm Training Centre, the security guards, the kirtanias, and, and, and …

Thank you all of you. I am sure Srila Prabhupada and Krsna are pleased by the service you are rendering.

Your servant,
Jaya Krsna das
Community President

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