Vrindavan, 2018.01.29 (VT): Every year, thousands of devotees take darshan at the different temples and carry the Divine memory of the deities back home but not everyone can come back to Vrindavan and have darshan frequently.
It is common for devotees to keep pictures of their favorite deities in their homes for daily darshan. but having the collection of the photos of so many 0f the Lordships of Vrindavan in one place is not so common. Photography is banned in many temples, as it leads to unnecessary distractions like shutter sounds or flashes, which are not desirable in a place that people associate with spirituality and serenity.
At a time when most of temples have banned photography and photos are not easily available, the ‘Krishna Bhumi’ group’s initiative of providing a collection of the images of the Lordships of Vrindavan has brought delight to devotees.
‘Krishna Bhumi’ has collected the photos in a calendar with a unique photo of one of Vrindvan’s Lordships for every month. The calendar features the images of the deities of 12 leading temples of Vrindavan and is sure to spiritualize the atmosphere of whichever room it is kept in. At the bottom of each page, there are descriptions of each deity and the temple in which they reside.
The calendar introduces with the main temples of Vrindavan, which include the Sapta Devalaya temples, Banke Bihari, Radha Ballabh and Gopeshwar Mahadev. Apart from all these ancient temples the deities of Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir and Shri Krishna Balaram Mandir (ISKCON) have been also depicted in this calendar.
Krishna Bhumi – Infinity group has published similar calendars in previous years which drew much appreciation from the residents of Vrindavan as well as the devotees living in different other cities.
Shri Vikram Bhuwalka, the Marketing Manager of ‘Krishna Bhumi’ said, “In this calendar we are showcasing some of the most revered deities of Vrindavan, We hope to bring the Divine presence to devotees throughout the year to everyone’s home and office. The collection has been thoughtfully put together for the devotees who live far away from Vrindavan. Its purpose is to bring people’s consciousness back to the Dham through darshan of the presiding deities of Shri Dham Vrindavan.”
‘Krishna Bhumi’ is a township being developed by the Infinity group of Kolkata in the area immediately adjacent to the Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, which is currently under construction and is set to be the tallest temple in Vrindavan. The sprawling and aesthetically designed lush green neighborhood, comprising villas and apartments offers an opportunity for home buyers to live in a gated and safe, well planned community of Krishna devotees.
Recently, the group introduced Krishna Bhumi Holidays. This new package is a unique timeshare license scheme, offering blessed stay as Shri Vrindavan Dham along with four and a half thousand exotic destinations across the globe through inbuilt RCI platinum exchange.
Welcome to Vrindavan… come live blessed with ‘Krishna Bhumi’.
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