In the ancient Sanskrit language, Kuli refers to a member of a community. Mela means a festive gathering. Combined, "Kuli Mela" transforms into "a Celebration of Community."
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) in Los Angeles, CA.
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.
KulimeLA, Los Angeles 2009: This film offers a look at the events of the festival, including the performances at the Ford Theater, the many seminars, and the LA Rathayatra. More...
A Mosaic of Our Generations: This film follows an event held at the Ford Ampitheater in Los Angelese, where approximately one thousand Vaishnavas came together to walk the red carpet and share in an amazing evening of music and dance. More...
The Rose of Vidarbha, Krishna Kidnaps Rukmini: This drama was recorded August 1, 2009, in front of 1,100 enthusiastic audience members and was a crowning jewel of KulimeLA 2009. More...
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