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Krishna followers march in Budapest
About 1,000 members of the Hungarian Society for Krishna Consciousness held a peaceful march called Rathayatra, or festival of the chariots, in Budapest to popularise a vegetarian way of life on Sunday
Rathayatra is one of the oldest Hindu festivals in the world. Since the late 1960s it has been celebrated annually in cities across the Europe, America and Africa. The march is open to all irrespective of religion, race or ethnic background
The participants walked along Andrassy Avenue to Vorosmarty Square in the city centre where the festival’s programme continues with cultural performances, an open market, free tasting of vegetarian food, traditional Indian music, dance and spiritual lectures
The Hungarian Society for Krishna Consciousness has been a registered religion in Hungary for nearly two decades. The community comprises about 300 priests and monks, and over 20,000 lay devotees
The centre of the community – Somogyvamos in the southwest Hungarian Somogy county – attracts tens of thousands of tourists annually.