The Festival of Chariots

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM Sounds of music, dancing, chanting and celebration filled the downtown streets as Hare Krishna devotees came together for The Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The free event included a chariot procession, where people grabbed onto ropes and pulled a chariot carrying three different deities through downtown, a chanting procession down St. George Street, and a cultural program featuring music, drama, dance and a free vegetarian feast.

by: CHRISTINA.KELSO@STAUGUSTINE.COM

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