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Rath Yatra Celebrations Sept 2nd and September 3rd 12:00PM to 9:00 PM

Saturday, Sunday September 2nd/3rd - 12Pm-9PM

Mantra Yoga - Meditation
Vedic Village
Cultural Programs
Exhibition on Vedic Culture
Showcase Cow Protection
Taste Authentic Indian Food (Free)
Kirtan Yoga

Ratha Yatra parade starts at 3PM on Sunday.

All day - Mantra Yoga, Face painting, vedic displays and free food

Rath Yatra Parade, Sunday September 3rd at 3:00 PM


On Sunday, September 3rd 2017 ISKCON Seattle will present Festival of Chariots (RathYatra) parade down the major streets of Bellevue. The procession begins promptly at 3:00 am from the Cross Road Park, Bellevue. Before the grand parade, a grand celebration awaits the crowd, meditation, yoga, Vedic Village, Cow Protection including an exhibition showcasing India´s spirituality and culture.

The festival site will feature yoga, Vedic wisdom for modern age and various forms of entertainment, a FREE lunch, dancing, live music, shopping, henna, Vedic culture and arts, and many more kid activities. Visitors can expect an event filled with colorful floats, traditional costumes, Hindu rituals, unique music, and dramas. The whole family will enjoy exploring the unique cultural, educational displays and exhibitions, cooking demonstrations and demonstrations of "Cow Protection" revealing the spiritual heart of India.

SPECIAL THIS YEAR CELEBRATING THE 50TH GOLDEN JUBILEE ANNIVERSARY OF THE FESTIVAL OF CHARIOTS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

Replications of this festival take place all over the world, including in London, New York City, Los Angeles and Toronto . Over one million people participate in this thousands year-old Indian celebration, so don’t miss out on the FREE opportunity to learn about the fascinating culture of India . Everyone is invited to bring their family and friends to experience this extraordinary event and commemorate in an ancient tradition. All are welcome and admission is FREE.

All day - Mantra Yoga, Face painting, vedic displays and free food

Grantors

Organizers of Flavors of India would like to thank "City of Bellevue" for their generous grant to support the event.
City of Bellevue

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Flavors Of India is the largest festival in the Northwest showcasing the diversity of incredible India. It is a FREE outdoor festival held at the Bellevue Park, drawing around 5,000 to 10,000 attendees over a glorious summer weekend.

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