ISKCON Works with University in India to "Revolutionize Agriculture" in Maharashtra
ISKCON Punjabi Bagh Congregation Sets Goals for Srila Prabhupada's 125th Anniversary
ISKCON unites with an Indian agriculture university (DBSKKV) to bring about agricultural reforms and change patterns of farming in Maharashtra.
Riots in South Africa: Deities and Residents Moved from Durban Temple
ISKCON Punjabi Bagh has planned year-long celebrations to mark the momentous event.
Updates From Bhaktivedanta Institute for Higher Studies
Ramai Swami Undergoes Heart Attack
As of July 13th evening, the senior devotees, ladies, and other Temple residents have taken shelter at the house of various devotees in safer areas. The Deities also have been moved to a safer place, on the advice of local law enforcement groups said ISKCON Communications Director of South Africa, Nanda Kishore Das.
Queen's Award for Voluntary Service Given to Food For All Charity in the UK
Former GBC Chairman Ramai Swami has suffered a heart attack and was briefly hospitalized. According to current GBC Chairman, Bhakti Caitanya Swami, Ramai Swami underwent a surgical procedure to have a stent placed in his heart, and "He should be out of the hospital tomorrow or the day after." Ramai Swami, who is based in Australia, was GBC Chairman during the 2020-2021 sessions.
Chief Justice of India Seeks Blessings of Sri Sri Radha Govinda at Tirupati
Food For All has been awarded the Queen's Award for voluntary service, the highest award in charity service.
Gita Made Easy Course 2021
The Honorable Chief Justice of India, Shri NV Ramana visits ISKCON Tirupati
ISKCON Vaishnavi Ministry: Healthy Families, Strong Communities
Study Gita-Chennai is launching Gita Made Easy Course 2021. This course is free of cost and T is available in both English and Tamil
Right Use of Power Course
In a lecture on March 8, 1966, Srila Prabhupada instructed that if we want to do something good for our families we should try to make them Krishna Conscious, then our lives will be successful. Communities are the sum of the individuals who make up those communities. If our family units are strong then the communities that we collectively represent will be strong as well.
Join Our Team: Bhakti Center in New York City
People seeking help are in a position in which they must trust in the knowledge and guidance of their caregiver or guide. This results in a greater-than-ordinary vulnerability. Consequently, people are unusually susceptible to harm and confusion through misuses (either under- or overuse) of power and influence.
News Brief: Covid-19 Appeal to Help ISKCON Delhi, Provide Beds and Oxygen to the Most Vulnerable
We exist to develop an inspired, nourished and engaged community of practitioners of bhakti yoga that people love to be around. We strive to create relevant ways for people to experience spiritual transformation and feel at home within our community by making it easy to apply the principles of Krishna consciousness or bhakti yoga in their daily lives
News Brief: Fire in Kolkata ISKCON Temple, Deities are Safe
Covid-19 appeal to help ISKCON Delhi facilitate the funding to provide beds and oxygen to the most vulnerable. Patients are dying without oxygen amid Delhi surge with 1 death every 5 minutes. Join us to help ISKCON Dwarka, Delhi during this crucial time of need and make a difference.
A Letter of Condolence from ISKCON UK on the Passing of Prince Philip
Yesterday, Monday, April 26th, at around 6 pm, devotees heard a blast then found smoke in the Albert Road, ISKCON Kolkata Temple. The Deities were moved to a safe location, but the damage was severe in the dress and Deity rooms.
News Brief: ISKCON Baroda Vaccine Clinic
On the morning of 9th April, Buckingham Palace in London announced that Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II's husband, has died aged 99. The community of ISKCON in the UK and around the world are saddened by the loss, and deeply admired his remarkable life of dedicated service.
Sanskrit Epics Animated in Stone - A New Exhibit in the Philadelphia Museum of Art
In Gujrat, India ISKCON Vadodara aka Baroda has hosted the first ISKCON organized COVID-19 vaccine clinic on April 6th, 2021. The clinic was hosted at the temple’s basement hall, with the first dose of vaccination completed for 160 people during the clinic’s 11am-5 pm hours.
MEPs slam Brussels over ‘beefatarian’ campaign to promote meat
There are scenes from the Mahabharata and the Ramayana carved in stone, and a pillared temple hall—or mandapa—that fills up an entire gallery.
Women in Many Countries Face Harassment for Clothing Deemed Too Religious – Or Too Secular
Lawmakers say the EU-funded initiative to promote meat-eating undermines Green Deal goals to cut emissions.
The Vatican's Message for Deepavali
Religious restrictions around the world often target women, who in many countries face censure because their clothing is considered too religious – or not religious enough.
Christians and Hindus:Rekindling Positivity and Hope during the Covid-19 Pandemic and Beyond.