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04:30 – Mangala arati
First worship of the day

05:00 – Tulsi-Puja

07:15 – Sringar darshan
Greeting the Deities in new outfit

07:25 – Guru puja

08:00 – Bhagavatam class
Discourse from Vedic scripture

12:30 – Raj Bhoga arati
Post noon worship

16:15 – Usthapana arati
Early evening worship

19:00 – Sandhya arati
Evening worship ceremony

19:30 – Bhagavad-gita discourse

20:30 – Shayana arati
Last worship ceremony of the day

Darshan Closed below Timing

05 : 00 AM to 07 : 15 AM
08 : 10 AM to 08 : 30 AM
11 : 50 AM to 12 : 30 PM
01 : 00 PM to 04 : 15 PM
06 : 40 PM to 07 : 00 PM
08 : 10 PM to 08 : 30 PM
09 : 00 PM to 04 : 30 AM


Steven J. Rosen, also known as Satyaraja Dasa (born 1955), is an American author. He is the founding editor of The Journal of Vaishnava Studies and an associate editor of Back to Godhead, the magazine of the Hare Krishna Movement. He authored more than 20 books on Vaishnavism and related subjects.including Black Lotus: The Spiritual Journey of an Urban Mystic (2007), which is the life story of Bhakti Tirtha Swami.

Steven J. Rosen has a strong view on vegetarianism and has written Diet for Transcendence: Vegetarianism and the World Religions (1997, previously published as Food for the Spirit) and Holy Cow: The Hare Krishna Contribution to Vegetarianism and Animal Rights (2004). In the former volume, he systematically explains the practice of vegetarianism in various religious traditions, such as Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism and Judaism, with special attention to the philosophical schools of India. In the latter, citing the devotee-scholar Bhaktivinoda Thakur (1838–1914) and the Hindu savant Sivaya Subramuniyaswami (1927–2001), he looks at early Vedic tradition, animal sacrifices, and the innovative contributions of the Hare Krishna movement.

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