Radhadesh Summer Festival 2014 - 287

Ever saw a flying swami?

If you would have attended the Summer Holi Festival in Radhadesh then you might have seen Kadamba Kanana Swami stagedive into the dancing crowd. We have proof on video, so check out the links below for ‘the flying swami’.

The Radhadesh Summer festival is a 2-day annual festival that takes place at the “Chateau de Petite Somme” in the Belgian Ardennes. The festival includes organized castle tours, a special stage program, the market and this year, for the first time, a special holi celebration. And we had some special guests visiting, namely Kadamba Kanana Swami, Lokanath Swami, Krsna Ksetra dasa, Tattvavit dasa and of course our Parividha prabhu. The festival was well attended and the extra special holi put the icing on the festival cake.

Straight from the Czech Republic, Kadamba Kanana Swami landed upon the Summer Holi Festival in Radhadesh that always takes place in the last weekend of July. This year, the festival was combined with a special holi celebration organized by Manu dasa. Kadamba Kanana Swami rocked the kirtan which was already strong during the throwing of holi colors. And he continued the next day, during the Summer Festival final kirtan in the amazing orange party tent.

Kadamba Kanana Swami also gave the morning Srimad Bhagavatam class and did a multi-lingual introduction on stage in addition to the kirtans. He left Radhadesh on Monday morning to attend the Swiss Mountain Retreat and afterwards he will visit the Czech republic for Lord Balarama’s Appearance Day.

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Jaya Radha-madhava – 26 July 2014

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Srimad Bhagavatam SB 6.8.42 – 26 July 2014

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Kirtan Explosion – Final Summer Festival Day – 27 July 2014

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Srimad Bhagavatam SB 6.9.1 – Krsna Ksetra dasa – 28 July 2014

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Video

Kirtan Explosion – part 1


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Kirtan Explosion – part 2


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Kirtan Explosion – part 3


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