Ratha yatra – Taipei
Dayal Nitai das: Taipei, Saturday October 18th – At the occasion of the 7th annual Dream Parade in Taipei City, capital of Taiwan, ISKCON devotees chanted and danced in the streets during their 3rd annual participation in the Parade. As the Parade year by year improves in performance and size, so does ISKCON’s participation. Their Lordships Sri Sri Jagannatha, Baladeva and Srimati Subhadra looked gorgeously pleased on their newly built rath. Devotees from Taiwan, Hong Kong, India, Australia, Canada and various European countries accompanied the Lord, chanting enthusiastically all afternoon and sharing
2000 packets of wonderfully presented prasadam with appreciative onlookers. On still another float, a life-size fiberglass cow proudly took the first place on an Olympic style stage. ‘Thank You For Eating Vegetarian’ was the message written on the float in both Mandarin and English. At the conclusion of the parade, the devotees and their carts were invited on the large stage for more kirtan. All glories to Srila Prabhupada!
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