'Bhumi Pujan' ceremony conducted by Hema Malini at Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir in Krishna Bhumi

Top Quote A two-day long 'Braj Mahotsav' will be organized on 11th & 12th April at the upcoming Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir site at Krishna Bhumi, Vrindavan. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) April 08, 2015 - A 'Bhumi Pujan' ceremony was conducted by Mathura MP and actress Hema Malini at the upcoming Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir campus as a first step in organizing the two day 'Braj Mahotsava' on 11-12 April. Shri Vijay Kishore Mishra, the priest, administered the rituals of the 'Bhumi Pujan'. While the preparations for the mega event is in full swing, the site is being recreated as a traditional Braj village under Shri Nitin Desai's direction.

    "Many cultural events are conducted in Vrindavan and Mathura, as Vraja is very rich in its culture. But my desire was to conduct a grand event to attract the attention of the world to this spiritual destination. This event will give a boost to the tourism industry. The whole idea of organizing this event is to promote the Vraja tourism, which will eventually strengthen the local economy", said Mathura MP and actress Hema Malini, further adding, "The event will provide a platform to propagate the Vraja culture. A big number of bollywood actors are coming for the first time in Vrindavan to perform in this event. All the performances will be based on the Krishna lila pastimes only. Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bacchan, who is presently in Singapore, is being contacted to participate in the event".

    The 'Bhumi Pujan' ceremony was attended by many prominent personalities besides Mathura MP and actress Hema Malini. Dignitaries present in the ceremony included Vrindavan Municipal Chairman Shri Mukesh Gautam, Mathura Municipal Chairperson Smt. Manisha Gupta and Ex-minister of Uttar Pradesh Shri Ravikant Garg, besides Haribol Maharaj, Swami Adityananda, Mahant Fuldol Bihari Das, Swami Maheshananda Saraswati, Swami Chitprakashanda and Swami Sureshanda. Others present in the ceremony were Naveen Choudhry, Jugal Kishore Sharma, Dr.Girdhari Agarwal, Anup Sharma, Devendra Sharma, Sanjay Govil, Mukesh Khandelwal, Kunwar Narendra Singh, Puran Kaushik, Thakur Om Prakash Singh, Vaibhabh Sharma, Dani Sharma, etc.

    Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir: The site of the 'Bhumi Pujan' as well as the 'Braj Mahotsava' event to be held during 11-12 April 2015, the upcoming Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir will be the tallest Krishna Temple ever built in the world upon completion. Rising up to 700 feet, the iconic temple conceived by ISKCON Bangalore will be at the heart of Krishna Bhumi, a world class township of villas and flats in Vrindavan. The Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir will different temples in different wings, besides festival halls, museum, study center, an indoor Krishna Lila Park, a Vedic Cosmology Exhibit featuring immersive 3D light, sound and diorama show as well as the Goloka Vrindavan Darshan viewing gallery right on the top of the temple, at 210 meters.

    Krishna Bhumi:
    The Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir which is the site of the 'Bhumi Pujan' and the 'Braj Mahotsava', is located right in the middle of Krishna Bhumi, a development by the Infinity group, with the best of apartments and villas in Vrindavan growing around it. Some of the best constructed multi-storey apartments in Vrindavan, these premium living spaces will offer stunning views of the temple and the vast greenery surrounding it. Krishna Bhumi will also offer the best in elder care facilities, that includes an elder care center with 24X7 medical and nursing assistance, diagnostic center and hobby center. Lifestyle amenities at Krishna Bhumi will include a fully equipped club with ample leisure and sport facilities, retail facility with food court, day care center, shuttle AC bus service and others.

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