Ratha Yatra 2011 in Sweden - video

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Jaya Radhe dasi: Rathayatra is the International Society for Krishna Consciousness’ biggest street festival. It features huge wooden chariot with Lord Jaganath pulled by hand in a grand procession.

It started from Humle gården in Stockholm moving in slow procession through Stockholms streets to the end point Mynttorget in Gamla Stan.

All the way through there is melodious singing, chanting and dancing to rhythmical drums and cymbals.

The procession ends with a stage show, a festival and delicious vegetarian prasadam feast.

In this video young couple Vrinda and Visvambhar Seth are leading wonderful kirtan (devotional songs and dance) on Mynttorget

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