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Temple Tokyo V1[1]

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  • 1. Sri Sri Radha-Krishna Temple TOKYO, JAPAN
  • 2. Why do we need a Temple?
    • Chanting & Hearing the glories of the Supreme Lord
    • Offering direct service to the Deities, Sri Radha-Krishna
    • Center of Spiritual education
    • Sacred meeting place to congregate & revitalize spiritual energies
    • Place to cherish cultural & religious heritage
    • Spiritual necessity
  • 3. Festivals
    • Krishna-Janmashtmi
    • Holi / Gaura Purnima
    • Diwali / Govardhan Pooja
    • Ram-Navami
    • Narasingh-Chaturdashi
    • Rath-Yatra
    • Gita-Jayanti
    • Harinaam-Yagya
    • Regular Satsangs
  • 4. Temple Activities
    • Daily Aarti, Puja, Bhajan, Kirtan
    • Sumptuous Krishna Prasad on Sundays & Festivals
    • Regular Satsang & Pravachan
    • Teaching Yoga, Meditation, Indian Classical Music, Vegetarian Cooking
    • Value Education for children
    • Fire Sacrifices (Yagyas) performed by qualified Brahmins
    • (Wedding, Birthday, Griha-pravesh, Bhumi-pujan, Naam-karan, Anna-prashan, Mundan)
  • 5. Proposed Temple Plan
    • Proposed Locality:
    • Vicinity of Edogawa-ku / Funabashi
    • Distance from Station: 3 - 12 mins.
    • Land Size: ~ 340 m 2 (~100 subo)
    • Building: 3 - 4 floor building
    • Temple hall, Govinda’s Kitchen, Ashram, Yoga/Meditation/Culture hall
    • Estimated Cost: > 200 million yen
    • Funds collected: ~ 28 million yen
    Temple Image
  • 6. Support / Volunteer Services
    • Prayers, Desire & Blessings
    • Ideas, Suggestions, Complaints
    • Support for T emple promotion
    • Support for content collection & management
    • Support to keep it running & make it better with each day
  • 7. Mark “your” SQUARE
    • 100 subo (~ 340 sq. meter)
    • 3,000 sq. feet = 120 Million yen
    • 1 sq. feet = 40,000 yen
    • !!! Sponsor a SQUARE !!!
    • Its multiples. Or
    • Its fraction.
    Temple Image
  • 8. Project Initiation Team
    • Shrikant Shah: 090-1469-6129
    • Anup Agarwal: 090-3243-8021
    • Madhumangal das: 080-5405-8977
    • Shinjiro Akiba: 03-5932-9044
    • Munindra Panda: 090-3909-6844
    • Atul Goyal: 090-7004-6831
    • Rohan Agrawal: 080-3248-8757
    • Sudama das: 080-1022-8560
    • Sanjay Krishna Chandra das: 080-5412-2528
    • Email: [email_address]
  • 9. Our Inspirations Durban, South Africa
  • 10. Our Inspirations Krishna Valley, Hungary
  • 11. Our Inspirations New Vrindavan, West Virginia, United States
  • 12. Our Inspirations Radhadesh, Belgium
  • 13. Our Inspirations New Varsana, Auckland, New Zealand
  • 14. Our Inspirations Glory of India, New Delhi, India
  • 15. Our Inspirations Krishna-Balaram Mandir, Vrndavan, India
  • 16. Our Inspirations Shri Radha-Krishnacandra Mandir, Bangalore, India
  • 17. Our Inspirations Sri Kishore-Kishori Mandir, Chicago, United States
  • 18. Our Inspirations Utah-Krishna, United States
  • 19. Our Inspirations Mayapur, West Bengal, India ( ISKCON-Headquarters )
  • 20. Shri Shri Nitai-Gaurasundara Present Deities at ISKCON-Japan
  • 21.  

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