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  • Tallahassee Krishna House Resurrected After Nearly Closing Its Doors

    Faced with challenges such as a seriously deteriorating building and a pandemic, the Krishna House in Tallahassee, Florida recently came close to closing its doors for good. But the efforts of dedicated devotees brought it back from the brink, and the project is now steadily reaching out to students at Florida State University (FSU) with Krishna Lunch and other regular programs.

  • Kenya’s Hare Krishna Training Centre Gives Students Ashram Experience

     Thirty-five students from local universities are currently living and developing their spiritual lives at the Hare Krishna Training Centre (HKTC) in Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. Others are staying at satellite centers in nearby Eldoret and Juja.

  • Devotees in Gainesville, Florida, Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Srila Prabhupada’s Visit

    Last weekend devotees celebrated the 50th anniversary of Srila Prabhupada’s 1971 vist to Gainesville, Florida, as well as his 125th birth anniversary with a three-day festival. The event, which ran from July 29th to 31st, included speeches from pioneer devotees as well as appreciative words from the Mayor of Gainesville and the President of the University of Florida.

  • Krishna CARES Delivers Meals to Parents of Sick Children on Christmas Day

    Krishna CARES delivered sixty meals to the Ronald McDonald House charity in Gainesville, Florida this past Christmas Day. The special Christmas meals consisted of creamy Gauranga potatoes, quinoa, butternut squash soup, and salad with dressing.

  • Sarasota Krishna House Provides Spiritual Oasis

    A Sarasota, Florida family have opened up their home to provide a Krishna conscious oasis for devotees and newcomers in their city, which is three hours’ drive from the nearest ISKCON temples in Alachua and Miami. “People can make the drive on festival days,” says mother of four Rachel Ward. “But we wanted to give them the temple experience on a weekly basis.”