• “School Without Walls” Fits for Devotee Children
  • Wikipedia Shows Growing Recognition of Vaishnavism
  • ISKCON Boston Hosts Interfaith "Field Trip"
  • "Got Stress? Here's Why"
  • Wake Up With Lemon Water
  • Was Bhima's Killing Duryodhan Unfair?
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  • Wikipedia’s Main Page Shows Growing Recognition of Gaudiya Vaishnavism
  • Wikipedia. With 30 million articles written by volunteers worldwide, the free Internet encyclopedia receives nearly 500 million unique visitors a month, and is the fifth most popular website in the world. Since 2011, topics and personalities of importance to Gaudiya Vaishnavas and ISKCON devotees have been appearing, with increasing regularity, on Wikipedia’s main page.

  • 4th Annual Gita Camp Held at Houston Hare Krishna Temple
  • "Our children need to be engaged in our ever blissful spiritual culture and values. The only way, they can experience this bliss, is by engaging in pure spiritual connection with the process of Bhakti Yoga.  Engaging their intelligence, mind, and senses in the devotional service to the Lord." This was the essence of the just concluded successful Children’s 4th Annual Gita Camp, held at Houston Hare Krishna Temple from July 7 – 13.

  • ISKCON Boston Hosts Interfaith "Field Trip"
  • Dr. Catherine Cornille, Chair of the Department of Theology and Professor of Comparative Theology in Boston College, and author of numerous books on inter-religious dialogue, phoned ISKCON Boston with a request: Could she bring a large group of theologians to the temple on a site visit to experience a non-Western religious tradition?

  • “School Without Walls” A Good Fit for Hare Krishna Children
  • Nancy De Luca Stempel (Nandapatni Dasi) the Executive Director of the Learning Community International, a private school “Without Walls” claims her school’s unique learning style is a good fit for ISKCON children. 

  • University of Florida and Krishna Lunch: The Cooperation Goes Stronger
  • Serving up to 1,200 students a day, five days a week, the Krishna Lunch prasadam distribution program has flourished under Srila Prabhupada's vision. Krishna Lunch is served on the University of Florida's main crossroads, the Plaza of the Americas, which is the very place Srila Prabhupada lectured to over 500 students and faculty on his visit to Gainesville in 1971. 

  • Speaker of Lok Sabha Presented With Bhagavad-Gita
  • On July 22nd, 2014, ISKCON Zonal Secretary for Mumbai Juhu, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan Devakinandan Das and ISKCON Indian Communications Director Vrajendranandan Das met the honorable Speaker of Lok Sabha, the Parliament of India Srimati Sumitra Mahajan.

  • The Ukrainian Devotee Refugee Center Reaches Its Full Capacity
  • On July 24th, Abhinanda dasa reported that Alchevsk, a city between Donetsk and Lugansk in Eastern Ukraine, which had been relatively peaceful until now, looked like it would become the next battleground. “There is a large devotee population in Alchevsk”, he says. “If the conflict moves into Alchevsk, there may be many more devotees looking for refuge.”

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  • A Growing Movement To Spread Faith, Love — And Clean Laundry
  • The idea for Laundry Love began at an Episcopal congregation in California, and slowly but surely, it's spreading. 

  • Wake Up With Lemon Water
  • If you are looking for an easy trick to improve your life and overall health, than look no further. Drinking lemon water first thing in the morning will have tremendous effects on your health.

  • Hinduism Is Arizona's Second-largest Religion
  • Hinduism is the second-largest practiced religion in Arizona, according to the U.S. Religious Congregations & Membership Study from 2010.

  • Four Herbs With Natural Painkilling Properties
  • Nature has provided us with numerous herbs and spices that contain significant pain-killing properties. 

  • 5 Reasons to Eat More Coconut
  • Researchers are finding more and more evidence to the suggest that the unique combination of fatty acids found in coconut oil can have profound positive impacts on overall health.

  • 11 Famous Vegetarians In History
  • The Greek scholar, Pythagoras lived over 2,500 years ago and ate a fleshless diet, called the "Pythagorean diet" until the word vegetarian became popular in the late 1800s.

  • Church of England Approves Women Bishops in Historic Vote
  • After 20 years of turmoil and angry debate, on Monday (July 14) the General Synod of the Church of England said “yes” to women bishops.

  • Persecuted by Soviets, Russia's Hare Krishnas Still Fight for Acceptance
  • The Hare Krishna movement has been trying to build a temple in Russia since 1990. They still don't have one. It's not for lack of funds.

  • Church of England Women Bishops: Archbishops Will Overrule Synod
  • The archbishop of Canterbury plans to force legislation through if the General Synod does not accept female bishops.

  • 4,000 Year Old Vishnu Statue Discovered in Vietnam
  • A recent news report from Vietnam features an exquisite and very ancient sculpture of Lord Vishnu. The significance of this discovery cannot be overestimated.

  • Top Indian Herbs and Spices That Help Prevent Cancer
  • Popular throughout the world, Indian spices have a long history of providing a welcome burst of flavor. They also have very real benefits to the health.

  • "Got Stress? Here's Why"

    The American Institute of Stress suggests that our stress factors are divided up in the following way: 46% workload, 28% people issues, 20% juggling work/personal lives, 6% lack of job security.

  • Was Bhima's Killing Duryodhan Unfair?

    Why did Bhima kill Duryodhana unfairly by hitting him below the waist during their final battle in the Mahabharata war?

  • Harinam in Gaza? Not.

    I'm born Jewish. I have identified as a Vaisnava three times longer than as a Jew in my life.  I've been to Israel three times; Gaza once.

  • The Secret Behind the Secret

    Seven years after its first release and people are still talking about it. ‘The Secret’ that Rhonda Byrne felt she had discovered was the ‘law of attraction’; whatever you think about and focus on, eventually becomes reality in your life.

  • New Book Gives Hope & Practical Help in “Heart and Soul Connection”

    Too often, devotee couples face marital challenges without knowing where to go for help, or without feeling confident about letting others know the reality of the problems they face.

  • Miracle on Second Avenue