for one day

Allow your body, mind and soul to experience vibrant Indian culture

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...and its all FREE

There is live music, singing, Kids performances, book fair, question & answer booth. A special feature of the celebration is the Ratha Yatra (Chariot) Parade, the oldest known parade in the world, and the Festival of India. Wholesome fun for kids and the entire family SPECIAL: VERY VISUAL event with colorful traditional costumes and flower decorations. Photography is permitted. All are warmly invited to attend this joyous, colorful festival, free of charge. Take advantage of a rare chance to experience the vibrancy of India, right here in Brampton.


Chariot Pulling

a wooden chariot pulled by hand in a grand procession.


Ethnic Dance

its easy, ecstatic and fun for all


Sanctified Food

cooked and served with love

This free, multicultural festival allows Brampton residents an opportunity to learn about Indian culture. The festival will include great entertainment and food. I encourage you to bring the whole family as there are activities for all ages. Special thanks to all the sponsors and volunteers for making this event possible. See you at Ching Park for an enjoyable celebration!
Mayor Patrick Brown
City of Brampton

Hare Krishna

  • Experience for yourself the very vibrant Indian culture
  • Bring along your family and all your friends because its all day family fun
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Make an appointment

We look forward to meet you at below location, or feel free to drop us a line at given number or using a contact form on the right side.

Our location

173 Advance Boulevard, Unit 41, Brampton, ON, L6T 4J4

Meeting Hours

Sun: 11am-2pm


+1 416-648-3312
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Event Site

Victoria Park Arena, Brampton