As you know that with the inspiration and blessings of Shri Ramesh Baba Ji Maharaaj of Maan Mandir, Barsana, the 'Bring Yamuna River Back to Braj-Vrindavan-Gokul-Mathura CAMPAIGN' is growing by leaps and bounds, we would like to share some of the action items as a part of our strategy to handle this issue:
Another Ripple effect of Yamuna Yatra 2013, Financial Time, one of the world's known news channels and newspapers, has also identified and highliighted Yamuna poluution problem. We are confident that more such impacts are in offing....stay tuned.
There is wave of happiness, enthusiasm, belief, changing Bhagwan Naam, Divine dances and unexplainable connection among the yatries. Everybody almost believes that Yamuna has already come to Braj. Well that objective will become later but we have been witnessing a number of favorable and healthy signs of success.
Hectic preparations had already begun around 26th Feb as unexpected participants began arriving as early as 26th.Thousands of Farmers of Bhartiya Kisaan Union started pouring in since early morning at a bid open space near the famous Garun Govind Temple. Around 3 0’ clock the venue was packed with thousands participants which included mostly devotees, farmers and local Brajwasis.
Thausands of the participants of The Great Historical Save Yamuna Sankeertan Foot March has already arived at venu which has been prepared to hold over 5,00,000 people. The sight looks like a new city. There is centeral tent setup that can hold over 5000 participants. There are other 500 small tents to host 10 to 20 people. Over 200 water tankers have been arranged. "Jai Gurudev" Aasharam has offered to take of the food for all the attendents. The foot march will last long for 10 days starting from Chhatikara ending in Delhi.
ISKCON has been doing commendable job in supporting the compaign. In an yet another effort to support The Great Historical Save Yamuna Foot March, it has called upon all the ISKCON centers all over the world to organize and dedicate prayers in form of sankeertan. All the members of ISKCON has welcomed and idea and has already started setting up a sankeertan night.