When we send our children to school obviously we hope that they will be taught the truth. Well, at least some of the time. It seems that painful truths may have to wait, such as the non-existence of Santa Claus
ISKCON News wishes a happy holiday season to all its readers with ''Jingle Bells' with a Gujarati twist.
"Jingle Bells": Merry Nickmas In Bhangra Indian Style.
One in three Americans, including many with no little children and those with no religious identity, say they pretend Santa will visit their house on Christmas Eve.
It’s been a rejuvenating new start for ISKCON devotees in Bolivia in the past year. On December 18th 2012, after decades of being downtrodden and harassed during the country’s military regime changes and political upheaval, ISKCON was finally given legal recognition by the Bolivian government.