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Appearance of Sri Nrisimhadeva

Sunday, May 1st, 2022


Times & Schedule – Sunday 15 May 2022


Temple Room (4:30-8am)

4:30am – Mangal Arati 

7am – Guru Puja

7:30am – Deity Greeting 

Sri Krishna Haveli (8am-10am)

8:20am – Class on Sri Nrisimhadeva

9:30am – Drama by Young Bhaktivedanta Players

10am – Nrsimha Kavaca Yajna

11:30am – Harinam in Watford


Sri Krishna Haveli (3pm-9:30pm)

4pm – Abhishek

5:30pm – Drama – ‘Jai Prahlad’ by Bhaktivedanta Players

6pm – Class on Sri Nrisimhadeva

6:30pm – Prasadam

7pm – Gaura Arati

7:30pm – Kirtan

(Sunday Night Kirtan in the Temple Room from 7:30pm-9:30pm)


Do I need a ticket to enter?

No ticket is required. The event is free for everyone to attend

How do I get there?

Please see our directions page for more information: via Car or via Public Transport

Learn more

Sri Nrisimhadeva is Lord Krishna’s incarnation as half-man, half-lion. He is glorified, described and explained in the Vaisnava scripture Srimad Bhagavatam. Devotees pray to this form of the Lord for protection, not only from physical threats but also from the selfish attachments in our own hearts. 

Lord Nrisimhadeva came to protect his great devotee, Prahlada Maharaja, who constantly prayed to Lord Krishna despite being tortured by his father, Hiranyakashipu. Nrsimhadeva outwitted the demon Hiranyakashipu, who thought that he had been blessed to never die under any circumstance.

Nrisimha Caturdasi, the appearance of Sri Nrisimhadeva is a day to pray for protection and celebrate His glories.


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