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Articles tagged as Puja

  • Giriraj‚Äôs Radical Love

    Krishna took on giant form and ate all the offerings – and called for more. Feeling a little anxious, the farmers brought whatever else they could. More, he called. More! And once we have given everything, and God asks for yet more, then what happens? Are we left broken and alone, with nothing?

  • 2018 International Vaisnavi Retreat: The Art of Deity Worship

    The yearly International Vaisnavi Retreat was established in 2011 to give the ladies of ISKCON special educational opportunities and to strengthen networking connections between junior and senior vaisnavis.

  • Acharya: One Who Teaches By Example - Trailer

    On August 18th, ISKCON celebrates the birthday of its founder A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada (1896-1977). This upcoming film celebrates his life and echievements. For more information please visit: www.acharyathemovie.com

  • An Inmate's Heartfelt Praise of Srila Prabhupada

    "Here in my cell (what a fitting analogy for all the cages and traps I prepared for myself), I take you, Srila Prabhupada, as my father and my family, and as my “boss”, and as my friend, and as my authority."

  • Srila Prabhupada's Vyasa Puja Book

    This year, as always, the Bhaktivedanta Book Trust requests Srila Prabhupada's followers to submit their homages to Srila Prabhupada for his Vyasa-puja book.

  • Buy a Car and Get Its Puja Done Free
    NEW DELHI: Buying a new car? What about going to a dealer who, along with freebies, offers a free puja for the car with a priest in attendance? As priests hop from household to household performing pujas in the capital, they now have a new job opening, performing quick puja for the customers at showrooms before they drive away with the four-wheeler.
  • Linking Ancient and Modern, A Worldwide Web of Worship
    TIRUCHIRAPALLI, India -- Balaji, a Hindu priest, stood before the reclining god and offered a plate of coconut and bananas. His chest bare and his face adorned with red and yellow sacred paste, he set the food at the foot of a deity that Hindus regard as an embodiment of the powerful god Vishnu.