Indian Art Exhibition in Simferopol.
Part I

October 3rd, 2007
Simferopol, Crimea

   On October 3rd, Gopishwar Prabhu and Yutheshwari Devi Dasi, the enthusiastic devotees from Zaporozhye, the Ukraine, launch with the blessings of His Holiness Sripad Bhakti Bimal Avadhut Maharaj and help of Ukrainian and Crimean devotees a two-week Indian Art Exhibition to use the occasion to discreetly promote our mission to the general mass. Not only guests, but also many newspaper and TV reporters attend the programme, and the latter do numerous interviews and film reports about the exhibition and its organizers.
   A special guest at the opening day of the exhibition was Sripad Avadhut Maharaj himself. Naturally, his charismatic nature and preaching awoke interest in many of the attendant guests. Below are a few pictures taken during the first days of the event.

The lower part of the stand is the banner advertising the event
and inviting interested guests to join.


The building of the local ethnographical museum that provided the hall....


...and its administrator Evgeniya, happily greeting the guests,
helping the devotees in their service.


During one of the presentations. [Pictured in the background, at the table
are Sakshi Gopal Prabhu and Maytreya Rishi Prabhu from Donetsk.]



Gopishwar Prabhu explaining to the guests the stories behind
the pictures, thus discreetly acquainting them with Krishna
conception of Divinity as given by our Gurudevas.


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