In the Srimad Bhagavatam we find the following verses: “By installing the Deity of the Lord, one becomes king of the entire earth, by building a temple for the Lord, one becomes ruler of the three worlds, by worshiping and serving the deity, one goes to the planet of Lord Brahma, and by performing all three of these activities one achieves a transcendental form like My own. But one who simply engages in devotional service with no consideration of fruitive results attains Me. Thus whoever worships Me according to the process I have described will ultimately attain pure devotional service unto Me.”

“Whoever constructs or helps to construct a temple will protect eight generations of father, grandfathers and forefathers from falling into Hell” – Vamana Purana.

If one contributes towards temple construction, devotional service becomes increasingly a more tangible and feasible reality in one’s life. This is known as “ajnata sukriti”, which means pious credit acquired unknowingly.

Ground floor of Vaishnav Monastery, Charity and Support Foundation building will be dedicated for New Temple.

For devotees who don’t have the financial means to make a large donation but have their heart set on helping to to improve the Temple infrastructure, landscaping, flower garden and tulasi garden, land raising, beautification. You can donate towards one or more square meters and feel happy that you did your utmost for Giri-Govardhan, Gaura-Nitai and Panca-Tattva. The project is 6400 square meter and every square meter you sponsor brings us a another step closer to completing the project. One square meter sponsorship is 100 EUR only. We thank you for your sacrifice and devotion.

You can sponsor a Square Meter on behalf of your guru or a family member and can sponsor as many square meter as you want.

Bank details

Beneficiary name: Kedainiu m. Krishnos Samones religine bendruomene
Registration number: 302680103
Address: Ateities g. 11, Pajieslio village, Kedainiu region
IBAN: LT65 7300 0101 3673 5518
Bank name: Swedbank

Donation purpose: New Temple construction

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