Temple Expenses

Charity – Why?

Charity given out of duty, without expectation of return, at the proper place and time and to a worthy person is considered to be in mode of goodness ~ Bhagavad Gita 7.20. Sins can be destroyed by charity. Lord Jesus says: “Charity covereth a multitude of sins.” Charity is a great purifier of heart.

9 Processes of Devotion – How?

“Only through devotional services I can be known as I am in truth. After thus knowing me you will enter in to my Kingdom” ~ Bhagavad Gita 18.55. Supporting Krishna’s temple financially is one of the most important type of Devotional Service! The nine process of devotional service (srvanam, kirtanam visno smaranam, pada sevanam, arcanam vandanam, dasyam, sakhyam, atmanivedanam) are followed sincerely in this temple. Hence, by supporting this temple you are getting the full benefit of all these nine process of devotional service!

Regularity – When?

Regularity is essential in our service to Lordships. Whatever time, energy or money is given should be done on a regular basis every day, every week, every month and every year without fail, regardless of the problems or pressing needs that arise in life.  Maya, the illusory energy, will present obstacles and encourage you to procrastinate.

  • Temple Expenses

    Daily Deity services: 5 daily Aratiks and opulent bhoga offerings.

    4 sets of fresh  daily garlands and flower offerings.

    Maintaining Tulsi Green House.

    Daily provide breakfast, lunch and evening prasadam for public.

    Maintenance of temple building, ground & property.

    Free Prasadam every week at the UNC and Duke Campus.

    Sunday Feast Programs.

    Celebrations of grand opulent festivals throughout the year.

    Book distribution, Harinaams, Sankirtan, Spreading Vedic Knowledge.

    Bhakti Yoga clubs at various universities.

    Much needed Kitchen Renovations & more!

  • Donation amount

    Arti sponsorship $31

    1 day Deity worship $108

    1 week Deity worship $501

    Sunday Feast $251

    Sunday Feast on Festivals weekends $351

    Weekly distribution of prasadam to students $251

    Book distribution $108
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