This year Govindas Catering had a few extra challenges than we normally do. We had some major troubles with our truck; Sevamrita dasa went missing one night, only to be found in hospital the next day; and we lost two of our team members to other activities half way...
By Krsna Gana dasa The concept of having an image of the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium (TOVP) as the stall frontage for Govindas Catering was something I had desired to do for a long time. I had first wanted to try and do this when we built the orginal white...
The Conch interviews Bhakta Steve Smith. Conch (C): How long have you been travelling and working with the mobile catering unit and what attracted you to the service? Steve (S): I’ve been doing this service for five years. I really wanted to do something for the Hare...
By Ramai Swaim (Original Article) Krsna Gana das, who formerly lived near Cairns in North Queensland, became a devotee seven or eight years ago and joined the asrama at New Govardhana. After a while he began traveling with Braja Gauranga das all over Australia doing...
by Krishna Gana Das (The Conch, November 2011) Many people attend festivals, sometimes paying up to $100 entry fee to be able to enjoy a plate of Krishna prasadam. The most popular item on the menu is definitely the kofta balls, especially favoured by the younger...
Presented over four days in the middle weekend of the Adelaide Festival, the world's best artists, thinkers, dancers and creators join in a celebration of music, tolerance, goodwill, cultural curiosity [...]
Presented over four days in the middle weekend of the Adelaide Festival, the world’s best artists, thinkers, dancers and creators join in a celebration of music, tolerance, goodwill, cultural curiosity and joy amongst the green oasis of Adelaide’s majestic Botanic Park.
WOMADelaide regularly attracts around 20,000 people per day, (not including children 12 and under who are admitted free) with over a third of attendees coming from interstate and overseas. WOMADelaide programming will generally feature up to 500 artists from around 30 countries. Set in the magnificent inner city Botanic Park, the action across seven outdoor stages comprises performances and workshop activities and is complemented by a strong range of site performance and visual arts programs. Other focused programming initiatives include the popular The Planet Talks environmental discussions series, and the Taste the World food and cooking demonstrations that feature festival artists introducing audiences to the food and culture of their homelands. Additional festival attractions include the KidZone for children’s arts activities, the Electrolounge – a late night electronic music club in Speakers’ Corner, and the Global Village with over 100 international food, retail and charity stalls, bars and the Taste The World Restaurant.
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