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KulimeLA 2009: Main Video Released On YouTube

CLICK HERE to watch the much anticipated internet release of “KulimeLA 2009: The Video.”

The main theme for KulimeLA 2009 was to “Honor the Past, Celebrate the Present & Envision the Future.”

The year 2009 marked the 20th Anniversary of the Los Angeles Gurukuli Reunion, an annual gathering of second-generation Hare Krishnas, known informally as Gurukulis, or Kulis.

Throughout this five-day festival, over one thousand Vaishnavas from around the world came together in an amazing cultural experience – called KulimeLA – to share, reflect, and appreciate what the Gurukulis have accomplished over the past 20 years.

This 40 minute film offers an overview of the entire festival, including highlights from the performances at the Ford Theater, The Rose of Vidarbha play, Art Show, Fashion Show, Seminars, Workshops, Kid’s Camp, Bhajan Kutir, LA Ratha Yatra and more…

CLICK HERE to check out the growing video and audio selections at the Kuli Mela Outlet on

PLEASE NOTE: The first 400 people who register for Kulimela Australia 2010/2011 will be getting a complimentary copy of the KM09 DVD at the event. CLICK HERE for more information about the upcoming festival. If you plan on going, we encourage you to take advantage of the early bird discounts and pre-register now!

In the ancient Sanskrit language, “Kuli” refers to a member of a “Community” and “Mela” means “Festive Gathering.” Combined, “Kuli Mela” transforms into “A Celebration of Community.”

The Kuli Mela Association is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to serving an international community by supporting and encouraging its members to come together in service, association and empowerment, with a strong emphasis on spirituality.


December 22, 2010 - Posted by | Bhajan, Bhajan Kutir, Gurukula Alumni, Gurukuli, Gurukuli Reunion, Hare Krishna, ISKCON, ISKCON Youth, Kirtan, Krishna, Kuli, Kuli Mela, Kuli Mela Association, Kulimela, Kulimela Australia, Prabhupada, Vaishnava, Vaishnava Youth

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