The Sunday celebration (Sunday Feast) - this is every Sunday ISKCON temple ongoing guest program, which deals with the Vedic philosophy, kirtan, bhajan and at the end a beautiful offered to Krishna food - prasadam. This program was launched by ISKCON founder Srila Prabhupada in 1966 in New York and continues throughout the world in ISKCON temples so far.

On Sunday in Krishna temple is like an open door day, when everybody is welcome who wish to know something about bhakti-yoga, no matter whether he is a member of the community or not. Devotees are waiting for guests and reveal all the secrets of Vedic knowledge.

12:00 bhajans (singing of the holy names of the Lord sitting)
13:00 Lecture
14:30 kirtan (chanting of the holy names of the Lord standing)
At the end Holiday Cheer, Prasad
18:00 Gaura arati (evening service to the Deities)

Prabhupada: "Pradyumna, give him little, this one here.
George Harrison: Oh, no, no. Please, no more. I'm really full. I won't have to eat for a few days. (laughter)
Prabhupada: Sweets.
George Harrison: Very well.
Prabhupada: Sweet will help you digest. Don't give three--at least four.
George Harrison: I won't be able to eat much more.
Prabhupada: Three is given to the enemy. According to our Indian system, if you give somebody three, that means he is enemy.
George Harrison: Oh, really? I always liked the number three.
Prabhupada: (laughs) You must give at least four.
George Harrison: I like three, five, seven, nine. Those numbers.
Prabhupada: Bring some fruit. What are the three enemies? Kama, krodha...
Pradyumna: Lobha.
Gurudasa: Lust, anger, greed.
Prabhupada: Three enemies--lusty desire, anger and greediness.
George Harrison: Yes. But there's a lot of nice threes.
Prabhupada: Yes. Just like Brahma, Visnu, Mahesvara. Three worlds, sankha, martya, padma. Trinity. These are nice things."

Srila Prabhupada Room Conversation, 07-26-76, London