New Soft Rock Mantra Band “Confused Soul” Turn Up The Joy
Saranagati Students Produce New Puppet Film of Krishna’s Pastimes
If you’re looking for mantra music beyond traditional kirtan – say, a fun, sunny mix of soft rock, folk, and funk via the French Riviera and the Pacific Rim – you might want to try out Confused Soul’s new single “Madhu,” with its sing-alongability and joyful sax refrains.
Hare Krishna Returns to Abbey Road Studios
Seventeen children and youth, aged two to eighteen, took three months to complete the movie and worked on every part of the production from set building, special effects, and lighting, to voices, puppeteering, filming and editing. The film premiered in Saranagati on Christmas Day to rave reviews.
Bolivian Devotees Throw Krishna Conscious Christmas Party in La Paz
In July 1969, George Harrison produced the Radha Krishna Temple album with the first group of devotees in London.
Fifty years later, in December 2019, a group of devotees are back in the iconic Abbey Road Studios.
'King of Braj' - Krishna Reggae for Children’s Rights
ISKCON devotees in Bolivia threw a Christmas party with a twist when they held Bhakti Yoga Fest on December 22nd.
Dialogue on Editing Srila Prabhupada’s Books Held in Washington, D.C.
One of the shared passion of the members of the band 'King of Braj' is volunteering for ISKCON Hungary’s Food for Life program, and besides helping hands-on on the field, contributin to the cause through the power of art.
Srikala Album “Beautiful Dark Moon” Not Afraid to Show Vulnerable Side
Members of the BBT along with a group of concerned devotees, including those with expertise on the subject of editing, convened at ISKCON of Washington, D.C. from September 20th to 22nd, for an extended discussion on the contentious issue of post-samadhi editing of Srila Prabhupada’s books.
The Joy of Devotion Documentary Is Now Available in Five Languages Worldwide
The third album proper from Srikala – once known as Srikalogy – is a major evolution musically, lyrically and personally for the artist. Released on July 16th, “Beautiful Dark Moon” is an entrancing blend of R&B, hip-hop and world music.
The Traveling Monk at Mount Kailash - New Movie Released
The film is now available for public screening and home streaming in English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Hungarian.
Mantra Lounge Volume 3 to Feature Jahnavi Harrison and Ananda Monet
Although little known in the western world, Mount Kailash is one of the most sacred spots on Earth. It is a holy pilgrimage site for people of the Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and Bon faiths.
To Fear and Not
ISKCON-London’s Radha-Krishna Temple is celebrating the 50th installation anniversary of its presiding Deities Sri Sri Radha-Londonisvara this year with a series of events and creative projects.
The Mayapuris to Release New Album "Nine Islands"
A beautiful poem by Ananada Vrindavan dasi, temple president of ISKCON Washington, D.C.
Hare Krishna! Movie Sees Continued Success in India and Worldwide
After their successful debut album “Mrdanga” in 2010, The Mayapuris are about to release their second. The project, titled "Nine Islands", features the Mayapuris' signature sound, carried along the current of their musical evolution as recording artists.
Pauranic Caritavali: Tales of the Legendary Heroes - A New Book
In total, over fourteen thousand DVDs in the four North Indian languages have been distributed since January.
The BBT’s New Krsna Book App: Available on Apple’s App Store/iTunes Store
Touchstone Media’s ‘Pauranic Caritavali’ celebrates the glories of the true legendary heroes from the Puranas.
Jayadev Das to Release Dance Album “The Original Superheroes”
The text is fully – and quickly! – searchable in each language. Easy-to-read with many customizable features, including the ability to bookmark, highlight, and make notes.
Pranada Dasi’s “Wise-Love” Nominated for Prestigious Eric Hoffer Book Award
In response to the current superhero craze, the album will be called “The Original Superheroes” and will feature songs about spiritual personalities and role models.
TOVP Slated to Open “Around Gaura Purnima 2022"
One of the largest international awards for independent books published by small or academic presses, the Eric Hoffer Book Award is given in honor of the American philosopher Eric Hoffer, who reflected on the human condition.
Indian Prime Minister Modi Unveils 800 Kg Gita at Delhi Temple
Construction on the 520,000-square-foot temple is now in the final phase after decades of development and nearly ten years of work onsite.
Sri Chaitanya Cultural World Heritage Centre Planned in Mayapur
Dubbed “The Astounding Bhagavad-gita,” the book measures 2.80 x 2.00 meters (9 x 6.5 ft) and is billed by its creators at the Mediterranean branch of the BBT as “the largest principal sacred text ever printed.”
New Bhagavata Purana by Renowned Author References Prabhupada’s Commentaries
Renowned industrialists Sajjan Jindal Chairman of JSW group of companies, B. K. Goenka Chairman of Welspun group and Ashok Goel Chairman of Essel Group visited the ISKCON world headquartes in Mayapur, India, regarding the proposed plan of ISKCON to set up a Sri Chaitanya Cultural World Heritage Centre.
Appreciating New Vrindaban-Dhama, Her Beauty and Glory, Message and Grace - Photobook by Varsana Swami
Debroy is the Chairman of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Economic Advisory Council, and is one of India’s most famous Indologists. He previously translated the Bhagavad-gita, Ramayana, and Harivamsa Purana to wide acclaim.
Kirtan Phenomenon Gaura Mani Reaches 30 Million People a Week
Nestled in the wooded hilltops of the Appalachian Foothills, New Vrindaban is a favorite destination for thousands of pilgrims every year. Varsana Swami’s new photo book is an invitation to realize and enter its deeper, magical dimensions of Sri Dhama.
Radhe Gendron: “I Just Want to Keep Painting Krishna”
Born in the Chicago ISKCON temple in the late 1970s and raised in ISKCON gurukulas, Gaura Mani spent much of her time singing kirtan and chanting Sanskrit verses. As she grew older, she developed a strong desire to take her training further and share it with everyone she met.
Cake is the Sweetest Service for Devotee Baker Nitaipriya Dasi
Srila Prabhupada called Krishna conscious art “Windows to the Spiritual World.” Every once in a while, an artist comes along who is truly blessed with the ability to open those windows for us.
Nitaipriya Dasi has to balance many responsibilities in life: she’s a mother of two, serves on the board of the ISKCON Philadelphia temple, and works as vice president of a reputed bank. However she’s found yet another sweet service to offer – making astonishingly beautiful and delicious cakes for Sri Sri Radha-Saradbihari and Their devotees.