A Historical Background of the Braj Region

A Historical Background of the Braj Region A land of love, art, and spirituality Max Mueller, a noted German erudite and scholar once remarked; “if I were to look over the whole world to find out a country most richly endowed with all the power, wealth and beauty that nature can bestow, in some respect… Continue reading A Historical Background of the Braj Region

The Bhagwat Katha

The Bhagwat Katha Shrimad Bhagwat (Bhagwat Purana), is one of Hinduism’s eighteen great Puranas. It is the most sacred book of Hindus. It is a book about Lord Vishnu and his avatars and a detailed account of Lord Krishna (one of his avatars). It is written in Sanskrit by Saint Vyasadeva and it promotes love… Continue reading The Bhagwat Katha

Sita Swayamvara

Sita Swayamvara Sita Swayamvara is a 3-hour musical concert depicting the marriage between Lord Ram & Sita Ramayana, the revered epic, is a story of courage, valor, loss, pain, and, of course, love. The classic tale not only traces the often painful life of Lord Ram but also introduces us to one of the most… Continue reading Sita Swayamvara

Raas Leela

Raas Leela Raas Leela  – The Dance of Passion, Divine dance In dwapar yug, at the age of 8, Krishna moved from Gokula to Vrindavan, and he became immensely popular among the village folk. It was at the time of the Holi festival, just after spring when everything was in full bloom, on one full… Continue reading Raas Leela

Dhol Welcome

Dhol Welcome The Braj Dhol-Tasha tradition is one of the ancient traditions to welcome a guest. In ancient times at palaces Gods, guests, and kings were welcomed with the rhythmic beats of “Nagadas (big drums). This kind of welcome made the guests feel special and the vibrations of these drums spread positivity and happiness in… Continue reading Dhol Welcome