Come Celebrate Lord Krishna's Birthday Party - Janmastami!

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Come Celebrate Lord Krishna's Birthday Party - Janmastami!

Time: August 17, 2014 from 6pm to 10pm
Location: VEDIC RANCH of Cornville (Sedona Center of Vedic Culture)
Street: 1775 Equestrian Way
City/Town: Cornville
Website or Map: http://sedonavedicculture.com
Phone: 928-204-4455
Event Type: spiritual, yoga, kirtan, vegetarian, food, india, janmastami
Organized By: Dasarath Pandit
Latest Activity: Aug 1, 2014

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Janmastami is the Appearance Day celebration of Lord Sri Krishna, the speaker of Bhagavad-gita.

This year our celebration will happen at our new location at the Vedic Ranch in Cornville. Hope to see you all!

Reservations requested by calling 928-204-4455.

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