India Fest

India Fest

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September 24 · 5:00 pm

Utah’s Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork will host the Annual India Fest

Contact: Charu Das or Vaibhavi Devi
801.798.3559 / 801.787.1510 |  utahkrishnas@gmail.com

After 29 increasingly successful years of India Fest, few people in Utah County are unaware that, once a year, you can go to India without spending a lot of money. You can have India right in -- of all places -- Spanish Fork!

 

Admission

$3 person / $1 children

Set around the Rajastani-style, multi-domed temple, the eight acre festival site will feature world class entertainment, cuisine, a gift shop, henna hand decorating, art, photography, cultural exhibits on India, a gala pageant of the epic Ramayana, the burning of a 20’ high ten-headed demon named Ravana, and spectacular fireworks.


Schedule of Performances


5:00 pm

Jai Krishna Das

Yoga

5:30 pm
malini-dance

Malini Dance

A bharatnatyam, indian folk, and improvisational dancer with a passion to express the deep emotions of life and devotion towards the ever fresh Supreme.

6:00 pm

Radhanath Swami

He is a Vaishnava sanyassin and teacher of the devotional path of Bhakti-yoga. He is author of The Journey Home, a memoir of his search for spiritual truth.

Radhanath Swami will be doing Q&A in the Temple Room from 6:15 pm to 7:15 pm.

6:15 pm

Nadam Kathak Dance Troupe on Tour from Bangalore, India

We introduce ourselves as a professional dance company called “NADAM”-an acronym for “Narthan Academy of Dance and Music”, one of the premier institutions in Bangalore. We are adept in the Kathak Style-one of the well-known Classical Dance Forms of India. We have imbibed the true essence of this traditional Dance Form and it is our sincere endeavour to preserve this rich, cultural Indian Dance Heritage.

7:00 pm
Ramayana-krishna-temple

Ramayana, Main Event

Pageant of the world’s most loved epic, the Ramayana. It culminates at 8:00 pm with the spectacular burning of the effigy of evil Ravana with flaming arrows and fireworks.


There are 400 parking spaces on the temple property.

Parking is free

Seating will be on grass, so if you like bring a blanket.


Admission

$3 person / $1 children

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