Dandavat Pranams. All glories to Sri Guru and Sri Gauranga, all glories to Sri Sri Radha Vinode Bihariji and all glories to Sri Sri Radha Raman Bihariji
We are delighted to update you about the up and coming Pure Bhakti Academy opening on 20th January 2015 in Puri.
Everything is progressing excellently and the feedback we have received has been overwhelmingly positive. Lots of devotees from across the world want to give their bhakti a boost by coming for either two or four weeks next January.
Because there has such a positive response we have moved the venue to the Jaya Sri Damodar Gaudiya Matha which is located near the Chakratirtha Temple in Puri. There is an excellent seminar room that has been newly built and provides the very best facilities for your needs. The temple was formerly known as the “SeaPalace Hotel” and this is how it is shown on google maps.
Click on this link to find its exact location
Remember there is no charge for the courses and it is only $100 per person for prasadam for four weeks.
If you wish to book please click here You can pay by Paypal.
There is plenty of accommodation available close to the venue. This is to be arranged separately by each guest. If you need any help then please contact Vrinda who is very knowledgeable about where the accommodation is and for what price.
Her email address is email@example.com.
The Academy includes 20 teachers and 18 courses and also includes some parikrama.
The first fortnight runs from January 21st (after inauguration on the 20th) through to the 2nd February.
After a rest day on the 3rd February, the second fortnight then runs from 4th February through to the 16th.
Please click here for a list of which teachers and courses are running in which fortnight.
This will help you select the fortnight that is best for you in case you cannot come for the whole month.
There is still time and there are places for you to book now – purebhaktiacademy.com/booking. And if you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aspiring servants of Sri Guru and the Vaisnavas