Here is a rough sketch of a day at Murari Sevaka Asrama
5AM: Morning worship in the temple (Congregational chanting of Hare Krishna with other songs along with arotik…. deity worship)
Our schedule is a little different, built around the cows and milking… this is to accommodate all the devotees participation in the morning program.
6-9 Japa Period (Hare Krishna chanting on your beads)
9 Diety greeting and kirtan, worship of Srila Prabhupada, gurupuja
9:45 Srimad Bhagavatam class
10:15 Prasadam (Foodstuffs offered with love to the deity)
11 – 3 Temple Service (Cleaning, repairing things, cooking)
5:45 Bhagavad Gita / Caitanya Caritamrita class
6:30 Evening worship on Main Altar
7:15 Worship of Radhe Murari in Their private altar
7:40 Reading of Radha and Krishna’s pastimes in the forest of Vrindavana
8:00 Free time for other services, catching up on rounds, etc.