Rathayatra celebrations

The grand Rathayatra celebrated today (04.07.2019) at Govindapuram.


This grand celebration has been planned in several places in India and abroad.

For further updates, watch this space.

Thoothukudi Namadwaar : 12.07.2019

Rathayatra was celebrated by Thoothukudi Namadwaar on 12.07.2019, where over 500 bhaktas participated. This was followed by Sri Kesavanji’s upanyasam, Ekadesi Thirumanjanam and prasadam for all.

Periyakulam Namadwaar : 13.07.2019

Rathayatra at Periyakulam was held on 13th July, led by Sri Kesavanji, where over 1500 bhaktas participated.

Trichy, Ambasamudram & Sivakasi : 14.07.2019


The Rathayatra was held at Sivakasi on 14th July, where over 500 bhaktas participated.

Rathayatra at Ambasamudhram on 14th July

Rathayatra at Trichy on 14th July

Kovur : 21.07.2019

The Rathayatra celebrations took place at Kovur on 21.07.2019

Karnataka Namadwaar : 04.08.2019

Madurai Namadwaar : 28.07.2019

The Rathyatra celebrations took place in Madurai on 27th, where over 200 bhaktas enthusiastically participated.

Salem Namadwaar : 28.07.2019


The Rathyatra celebrations were held at Sivakasi on 28th, where over 160 bhaktas participated

Karnataka Namadwaar : 04.08.2019

The Rathayatra celebrations took place in Jayanagar- Bangalore on 4th August.

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  • G.Kasinathan July 11, 2019, 4:11 pm

    Radheykrishna. Dhanyosmi!

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