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Historic Beginnings of Ratha-yatra in South Africa

The Hare Krishna Movement launched its first Ratha-yatra festival in Chatsworth Durban. The procession began at the proposed site for the Sri Sri Radha Radhanath temple and continued to the Unit 2B sports ground.

Historic Beginnings of Ratha-yatra in South Africa

The Hare Krishna Movement launched its first Ratha-yatra festival in Chatsworth Durban. The procession began at the proposed site for the Sri Sri Radha Radhanath temple and continued to the Unit 2B sports ground.

Historic Beginnings of Ratha-yatra in South Africa

The Hare Krishna Movement launched its first Ratha-yatra festival in Chatsworth Durban. The procession began at the proposed site for the Sri Sri Radha Radhanath temple and continued to the Unit 2B sports ground.

Historic Beginnings of Ratha-yatra in South Africa

The Hare Krishna Movement launched its first Ratha-yatra festival in Chatsworth Durban. The procession began at the proposed site for the Sri Sri Radha Radhanath temple and continued to the Unit 2B sports ground.

Historic Beginnings of Ratha-yatra in South Africa

The Hare Krishna Movement launched its first Ratha-yatra festival in Chatsworth Durban. The procession began at the proposed site for the Sri Sri Radha Radhanath temple and continued to the Unit 2B sports ground.

Historic Beginnings of Ratha-yatra in South Africa

The Hare Krishna Movement launched its first Ratha-yatra festival in Chatsworth Durban. The procession began at the proposed site for the Sri Sri Radha Radhanath temple and continued to the Unit 2B sports ground.

Historic Beginnings of Ratha-yatra in South Africa

The Hare Krishna Movement launched its first Ratha-yatra festival in Chatsworth Durban. The procession began at the proposed site for the Sri Sri Radha Radhanath temple and continued to the Unit 2B sports ground.

June 16 Memorial service: a theological rationale and a call to prayer for the end to unjust rule

Pamphlet for the 10 year commemorative June 16 Memorial Service. This pamphlet consists of songs including Nkosi sikekela i-Africa, prayers and sermons.

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to WALTERIO

Its Sunday here -4.30pm. Its 9.30am in Havana. Good morning to you. When my friend from the US phoned me from Harare. He addressed me ' in Spanish - he had me spinning. Until he said its me BUD.

Main temple

Front view of the main temple with central dome in background KM Naidu with few of members of Sungum after prayer

Mount Edgecombe Festival

The Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mt Edgecombe was built in 1875 by the Indian settlers. It is the oldest surviving Hindu temple in Africa.

Mount Edgecombe Festival

The Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mt Edgecombe was built in 1875 by the Indian settlers. It is the oldest surviving Hindu temple in Africa.

Mount Edgecombe Festival

The Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mt Edgecombe was built in 1875 by the Indian settlers. It is the oldest surviving Hindu temple in Africa.

Mount Edgecombe Festival

The Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mt Edgecombe was built in 1875 by the Indian settlers. It is the oldest surviving Hindu temple in Africa.

Mount Edgecombe Festival

The Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mt Edgecombe was built in 1875 by the Indian settlers. It is the oldest surviving Hindu temple in Africa.

Mount Edgecombe Festival

The Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mt Edgecombe was built in 1875 by the Indian settlers. It is the oldest surviving Hindu temple in Africa.

Mount Edgecombe Festival

The Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mt Edgecombe was built in 1875 by the Indian settlers. It is the oldest surviving Hindu temple in Africa.

Mount Edgecombe Festival

The Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mt Edgecombe was built in 1875 by the Indian settlers. It is the oldest surviving Hindu temple in Africa.

Mount Edgecombe Festival

The Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mt Edgecombe was built in 1875 by the Indian settlers. It is the oldest surviving Hindu temple in Africa.

Mount Edgecombe Festival

The Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mt Edgecombe was built in 1875 by the Indian settlers. It is the oldest surviving Hindu temple in Africa.

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