Devotees of Krishna practice bhakti-yoga or connection to God through spiritual actions. One of the many ways to express this devotion is through the arts, such as poetry, painting, drama, singing God’s holy names, dancing--- the list goes on.
Even in ordinary life, we use the arts to celebrate love and devotion. When family and friends visit we offer the best cuisine, and most celebrations feature beautiful music and dancing.
The ancient Vedic literature describes the spiritual realm as a place where “every step is a dance and every word is a song.” Evoking this mood, Krishna devotees endeavor to make the arts a part of their daily lives in an expression of love for God.
Propagating ways of how to reignite our original relationship with Krishna through the arts has continued steadily after His Divine Grace A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, ISKCON Founder Acarya, passed away in 1977.
Today devotees at ISKCON Noida continue this powerful phenomenon of engaging the arts to promote spiritual awakening through their big auditorium “Bhakti Kala Kshetra”. As the name suggests where arts which can be used in bhakti are performed. The area of 12700 Sq Ft will house an air-conditioned auditorium with modern facilities and state of the art light and sound system to accommodate more than 500 peoples. This area will also have most modern 5D theatre and Vedic museum. Many cultural programmes were organized here by many schools, spiritual organizations, and others. This auditorium helps us to promote Vedic culture, in which everyone was happy. If anyone wants to organize their events they can book this big auditorium.