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“We are delighted to be able to present to you the four week timetable. Please click here for the PDF

Dear Devoted Brothers and Sisters,

We are very excited that the Pure Bhakti Academy will be inaugurated in Jagannath Puri on 20th January, the Appearance Day of Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Goswami Maharaja.
Classes start on the 21st January.
For those of you who cannot make the journey this year we will upload all the classes onto the Pure Bhakti Academy website.
We aim to have each class loaded onto the website within a day of the actual class.
The website is www.purebhaktiacademy.com and our main constraint will be the functionality of the web when we are there.
We also wish to announce that Srimati Syamarani didi and Vasanti didi will be giving a course in book distribution during both the first and the second fortnights of the academy.
We are grateful for this extra offering from them.
Srila Bharati Maharaja will be in Puri as planned, so we are on course for being able to hear his classes at the end of each academy day.
We will also benefit from the association of Sripad Bhaktisvarupa Sridhar Maharaja of Sri Krishna Chaitanya Mission. We have invited the Maharaja to speak to us about the glories of the pastimes of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and His eternal associates in Puri.
Finally we would like to announce that there will be a special pilgrimage after the end of the Pure Bhakti Academy seminars. This will bring us to Sri Navadvip Dhama where we will perform parikrama of the beautiful pastime places of Sri Sacinandana Gaurahari from the 21st till 26th of February.
The academy’s classes end on 16th February.
After a few days of rest we will take the bus from Puri to Navadwipa on the 18th of February.
The parikrama will then begin on the 21st through to the 26th of February. We are looking forward to have your association.
Your servants,
Brajanatha dasa
Yasodanandana dasa
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