what to expect

  • festive community atmosphere
  • great devotional music
  • heart touching talk
  • opportunity to offer a gift to Sri Sri Radha Muralidhara
  • incredible free vegetarian feast
You Can Give a Gift to Sri Sri Radha Muralidhara at the Festival or Online

As part of the festival’s theme of gift-giving, The Bhakti Center would like to make it easy for you to to give a gift to the divine root of all existence as he is adored in our temple in the forms of Sri Sri Radha Muralidhara.

Our Head Pujari, Vasudeva Das, has carefully curated a list of items, all of which are ideal in the service of Radha Muralidhara – from a simple pack of incense, to new earrings, necklaces, crowns, outfits, and even the opportunity to serve them by funding the feast for the upcoming Holiday Festival. If you would like to make an offering, as an expression of your own devotion, please click here to see how you can do it online.

Guests will also have the opportunity to purchase and offer gifts at the Radha Muralidhara Holiday Festival.


let’s all come together

date – saturday. december 17

time – 6:00pm – 9:00pm

location – the bhakti center / temple 3e

admission – free of charge

The Bhakti Center invites you to celebrate the holiday season. At a time when bitterness and discord are on the rise we want to come together in a mood of unity, love and devotion. If you are a person that enjoys what the Bhakti Center offers, then you are part of our family and we want you there so that we can share our hearts and our appreciation.

Our speaker for the evening will be Kaustubha Das, our Senior Educator. The theme will be “The Spirit of Giving”. At the heart of the Bhakti wisdom is the concept of how the very essence of spiritual consciousness is the selfless desire to serve and please another. All forms of alienation, depression, conflict and hate can be overcome through selfless devotion. Kaustubha Das’s talk will serve as an inspiration to take in the lessons from 2016, and recommit, individually and collectively, to serve as instruments of divine love in the coming year.

The evening will also feature a short drama, ‘Miracle on Second Avenue’ presented by the Bhakti Center’s in-house troupe, b centered theater.

A special pushpa abhishek (flower bath) ceremony will be performed for Radha Muralidhara, and of course there will be lots of kirtan and a delicious feast served to all.

Please come and bring your friends!


6:00 – 7:00pm – Kirtan and pushpa abhishek (flower bath) ceremony

7:00 – 7:45pm – Talk by Kaustubha Das

7:45 – 8:00pm – Drama

8:00 – 9:00pm – kirtan, gift giving and feast


If you would like to help us put on this festival there is plenty to do. CLICK HERE to sign up for a particular service.


If you would like to sponsor the festival feast or decorations please call 732-983-7694 or by write to sundarnathdas@gmail.com.

The Bhakti Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and all donations are tax deductible. We greatly appreciates your support. To become a monthly donor, or for other inquires please contact patrons@bhakticenter.org.