All glories to Sri Guru and Sri Gauranga

Kaikhali Temple, Calcutta.

Srila Bhakti Sundar Govinda Dev-Goswami Maharaj's visit 6th October 2001 to:

Sree Chaitanya Saraswata Krishnanushilana Sangha,
(Under spiritual guidance of Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math, Nabadwip)

Kaikhali, Chiriamore (by Calcutta Airport)
P.O. Airport, Calcutta, Pin 700052, West Bengal, India.

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V.I.P. Road: the fifteen minute journey from Dum Dum Park to our Kaikhali Temple.

Srila Bhakti Sundar Govinda Dev-Goswami Maharaj enters from the car port accompanied by Sripad Bhakti Sudhir Goswami Maharaj who arrived the previous day from preaching in Brazil and the United States.

Sri Sri Guru Gauranga Radha Radha-Ramanasundarjiu.

Srila Govinda Maharaj offers obeisances.

Srila Gurudev comes from in front of the Temple.

Many quotations chant the glories of Devotional Service.

Shaded beside our tree-lined kund (pond).

Facing the kund with the Nat-mandir behind left, and the main ashram building.

Looking towards the pond. The Nat-mandir to the right, the Ashram buildings to the left.

Majestic domes of our Kaikhali Temple.

Kitchens downstairs, accommodation upstairs.

Srila Govinda Maharaj in his spacious, redecorated room.
Sripad Bhakti Sudhir Goswami Maharaj is seated.
Singaporeans Jai Shankar Prabhu and Raju visit for a long weekend.

Srila Gurudev looks out from his veranda accompanied by the Kaikhali Temple in-charge, Sripad Bhakti Dayita Damodar Maharaj.

Their view: the sitting place and tree-lined pond at the rear of the Temple compound.

Sunanda Devi Dasi of Hawaii shows some of the preparations of today's Vaisnava-Seva feast.

After Prasadam and extensively meeting with the local devotees Srila Gurudev heads back to his Dum Dum Park Temple.

Tired but happy after seeing the well-kept Temple and the enthusiastic devotees.

The Tata Sumo at Srila Gurudev's service.

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