Madhyadvipa (Smaranam) & Koladvipa (Pada-Sevanam)

Madhyadvipa: In his Navadvipa bhava-taranga, Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura describes Madhyadvipa as follows:

“South of Godruma lies the enchanting island of Madhyadvipa. It is very beautiful to behold, filled with a radiant series of wonderful forests. There, during the midday period of His eternal pastimes, Prabhu takes His devotees along and comes to visit the seven rsis. Read More…

Koladvipa: “…Those living entities who see Koladvipa are blessed. This is the most blissful dhama and location of the Bahulavana forest. Here Saci Kumara Gaurahari has danced in kirtana for many hours. Oh! Koladvipa! Kindly bless this most insignificant person and allow me to reside in Navadvipa in the association of the devotees. Allow me to enter into the pastimes of  Sri Gauranga, Who is my Lord life after life..” Read More…

Route: Naimisharanya(Brahmanagar) to Mahisura

  • Total distance to cover: 10 Km.
  • Start: Naimisharanya (Brahmanagar) at 6.00 a.m.
  • Breakfast: at Pancaveni (Next to Gauranga Setu)
  • Overnight: at Mahisura
  • Route subject to change

Holy places to visit:

  1. Brahma Puskara. Read More…
  2. Kuruksetra. Read More…
  3. Pancaveni (Confluence of five Holy Rivers). Read More…
  4. Praudha-Maya Mandir. Read More… Special Program: Maha Harinama Sankirtana through the streets of SRI NAVADWIPA town.
  5. Bhajan Kutir of Jagannatha Dasa Babaji Maharaja. Read More…
  6. Sri Dhamesvara Mahaprabhu: Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu’s deity worshiped by His consort Srimati Visnupriya-devi. Read More…