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Long shot of Vraj temple
Temple or haveli receives pilgrims on the first day of dedication
Temple will be landscaped and decorated over the next several years
Schuylkill Haven Marching Band lends a presence on the first day of dedication
Carriage with sacred images of deity and founder on first day of dedication
Pontiff or Tilkayat from Nathdwara is transported to the new temple (haveli)
Procession during dedication moves towards the temple
Crowd during dedication closely follows palanquin carrying sacred images
Vallabhacharya, the founder, beckons pilgrims to enter 84 baithak area, which represents pilgrimage route in India
One of the tableaux representing a pilgrimage site in the baithak exhibit
Images of deities for sale for home shrines in the bazaar area during dedication ceremonies
Varieties of drums, as tabla set, for sale in bazaar during the dedication weekends
A group of women break into a spontaneous performance of dance and song (bhajan)
Girls trained in classical Indian dance perform at the Cultural Center during dedication
Distinguished Indian architect, Atul Parikh, outside of temple he designed
Gold-plated doors close the deity’s personal mansion (haveli) in the main sanctuary
Priest takes care of needs of deity during the worship (darshan)
Lake outside of deity’s abode with silver boat featured at this darshan
After the afternoon darshan, people move to eating area for food blessed by deity (prasad)
People wait outside of cottage for priests or gowamis to emerge to begin procession
Helicopter sprinkles flower petals over temple on the last day of the dedication
Helicopter holding a visiting dignitary from another temple on last dedication day
Mass of people waiting to process on last day of dedication
Movement of crowd estimated to be 12,000 people on last weekend
Procession on the last day waits to enter the temple
Indirabetiji, a strong supporter of Vraj, visits and lectures once a year from India
Research associate, Mohammed Rajmohammed, receives a garland from Indirabetiji
Allen Richardson speaks at memorial service for G.B. Shah, (Govindkaka), a founder of the American Vraj, on Feb 8, 2004
His Divine Highness, Goswami Shri Dwarkeshlalji, visiting Vraj for Tavasmi devotional event on May 1, 2004
Swan cart driven in procession during Tavasmi devotional event, May 2004
Tour group from Cedar Crest College with Diana Eck at Vraj, May 14, 2004
Diana Eck with Chompakbhai Shah at Vraj temple
Diana Eck with Vraj musicians during her visit
Decorative cornices over windows being installed
Pond in front of temple that represents the sacred Yamuna River in India
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