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  • New Free Online Course on Sankirtan Leadership

    The “Course on Sankirtan Leadership” is available now as a free online course for the first time. 1.5 hours of videos, a comprehensive student handbook, and other resource materials bring this course to life on your home screen. In the current times, online courses and becoming a leader in the sankirtan movement are especially relevant and this offer makes both easily accessible.

  • Why I Decided that Getting Vaccinated Against COVID-19 Was the Right Choice for Me

    One may ask why take any precaution at all since we are devotees and Krishna protects His devotees.

  • New Free Online Course on Book Distribution

    This online course is designed for all wishing to deepen their appreciation, skills and knowledge of sankirtan.  

  • Bhadra Campaign Distributes 23,000 Bhagavatam Sets Worldwide

    The Bhadra Campaign was launched in 2017, inspired by the Srimad-Bhagavatam verse 12.13.13, which states, “If on the full moon day of the month of Bhadra one places Srimad-Bhagavatam on a golden throne and gives it as a gift, he will attain the supreme transcendental destination.”

  • World Holy Name Festival 2020

    This year, ISKCON Harinam Sankirtan Ministry aspires to expand the festival beyond the borders of ISKCON into the greater society.  With the support of devotees worldwide the festival can reach out and bring the holy names to new people.  

  • Lithuania’s Holy Name Monastery Destroyed In Fire

    During the night at around 1:30 AM on July 14th, one of the brahmacaris heard a cracking sound and went to check it. He saw the temple building on fire. Brahmacaries quickly took the Deities out to safety from the burning building. 

  • Devotees Use New Innovations to Distribute Thousands of Books Amid COVID-19

    With ISKCON book distributors off the streets and staying at home due to the Coronavirus pandemic, you might think their service has completely ground to a halt. Instead, however, they’ve put all their energy into innovations such as mailing, contactless delivery, and e-books to distribute thousands of Prabhupada’s books at a time when people need them more than ever.

  • BBT’s New Podcast “Sankirtan On” Offers Book Distribution Inspiration

    The podcast is facilitated by the BBT’s Marketing, Communications and Innovations dept and was conceived by the department’s director Vaisesika Das as a way to make sankirtan (book distribution and harinama) relevant to a younger generation.

  • ISKCON Brooklyn to Distribute 10,000 Books By End of the Year

    Historically, ISKCON Brooklyn, New York, was perhaps the greatest center of book distribution in the world. The huge amounts of books distributed from Brooklyn, meanwhile, contributed much of the funds to build flagship ISKCON centers such as the Juhu temple in Mumbai, and Mayapur Chandrodaya Mandir. For the past twenty years, however, book distribution came to a complete standstill in Brooklyn.

  • Sankirtan Fields Bloom Brightly in Ahmedabad This Vasanta Panchami

    On Saturday, 9th February, Vaisesika Das gave a presentation on the philosophical significance as well as practical techniques of book distribution to the entire team at ISKCON Ahmedabad, then the entire team got onto buses heading out to Bhadrakali – a busy shopping spot in the city for the practical session!

  • Harinama Party Bus Hits Buenos Aires

    The harinama party bus is the brainchild of husband and wife Prema Rupa Madhava Das and Prema Rupini Madhavi Dasi, who were born in the same year, share the same zodiac sign and were called Paul and Paula before becoming devotees. The two are also soulmates when it comes to service.

  • Go Matsya Project Sees Resurgence in Distribution of Full Srimad Bhagavatam Sets

    An innovative new project called “Go Matsya” has instigated fast growth in distribution of full sets of Srila Prabhupada’s Srimad-Bhagavatam, and the idea is catching on around the world. BBT Trustee and Sankirtan Strategist Vaisesika Das created the project, which aims to “preserve Vedic culture through mass distribution and education.”