• New Coordinator Talks Plans for ISKCON’s 50th
  • GBC Focuses on 50th Anniversary Celebrations
  • Epic Inevitable Time Album Inspired By Mahabharata
  • Feeding the Real Hunger
  • Who's Is The Real Knight in the Shining Armor
  • UN Urges Global Move to Meat and Dairy-free Diet
  • Epic Inevitable Time Album Inspired By Mahabharata
  • Radha Krishna Records, launched at Sri Sri Radha Londonisvara’s 40th anniversary in 2009, aims to release spiritual albums with high production values that will inspire appreciation for kirtan and a Krishna conscious message in a broad audience. Inevitable Time is mixed at Metropolis, a studio used by Madonna and Michael Jackson.

  • Communications Seminar and Course 2015 in Radhadesh, Belgium
  • This year, the ISKCON Communications Europe team invites devotees from outside of Europe as well, and important international strategies and issues will be discussed. The seminar will be followed by a communications course from the 3rd of June till the 6th June. The course will be given by ISKCON Communications Minister Anuttama Das.

  • New Coordinator Talks Exciting Plans for ISKCON’s 50th
  • After a worldwide search, the Executive Committee for ISKCON’s 50th Anniversary Celebrations has appointed Romapada Das as its International Coordinator. The 50th anniversary celebrations will see a series of global and local events across six continents and 75 countries throughout 2015 and 2016.

  • Day 5 of the ISKCON GBC Meetings Focuses on ISKCON's 50th Anniversary
  • The fifth day of the Annual General Meeting of ISKCON’s Governing Body Commission focused on celebrating the 50th anniversary of ISKCON’s incorporation in 2016. Pancaratna Dasa, a member of the 50th Anniversary International Steering Committee, presented an elaborate report on the progress made so far along with the list of events being planned. 

  • Devotees Brave War-Torn Ukraine to Provide “Food For Life”
  • A brave group of devotees have mounted a Food For Life effort and are preparing enough vegetarian food to distribute to 600 to 800 people every day in the war-ravaged city of Donetsk, South-East Ukraine. When Kishora Gopala Das, Yuthesvari Dasi and others at the ISKCON temple in Donetsk saw the situation escalate last year, they wanted to help citizens in affected areas.

  • First Ever Moscow Kirtan Mela Inspires Two Thousand
  • Moscow’s first ever Kirtan Mela, which ran from Friday January 30th to Sunday February 1st, drew nearly 2,000 devotees from around Russia – and it was a colorfuly uplifting affair on a grand scale. The event was organized by Saraswati Dasi after ISKCON guru Bhakti Bringa Govinda Swami, inspired by a “Mantra Yoga” program he attended in Moscow, expressed the desire to participate in more outreach programs there.

  • "Garbha̅dha̅na-saṁska̅ra" Book Released
  • Gabhadhana-samskara, the first and most important of all the purificatory processes in the tradition of Sanatana dharma is yet either less prevalent today or almost extinct. Such a sacred practice remains obscure, less propagated and even less  understood. The new publication titled, “Garbha̅dha̅na-saṁska̅ra, The Science of Vedic Family Planning” humbly attempts to fills this gap.

    50th Anniversary News
  • The Bhagavat Dharma Experience: Prabhupada’s Second Visit to New Vrindaban
  • Over 500 devotees and guests had flooded in from all over the US for the biggest public event ISKCON had so far.

  • ISKCON’s 50th Plans Ramp Up, Search On For New Coordinator
  • As plans for ISKCON’s 50th anniversary in 2016 ramp up, thel 50th Anniversary Committee is on the lookout for a new international coordinator.

  • North American Leaders Focus on Kirtan, 50th Anniversary, TOVP
  • Sixty leaders of ISKCON Temples in North America met in Dallas for four days, to prepare for the upcoming 50th Anniversary of ISKCON in 2016.

  • A Swami’s Dream Comes to Life: Prabhupada’s First Visit to New Vrindaban
  • A cluster of devotees waited at the entrance to the West Virginia property, hearts beating with anticipation. 

  • ISKCON Communications Prepares for 50th Anniversary, Seeks Funds for Next Phase
  • ISKCON Communications Ministry is looking back on decades of gaining support for Prabhupada’s society. 

    World News
  • UN Urges Global Move to Meat and Dairy-free Diet
  • Lesser consumption of animal products is necessary to save the world from the worst impacts of climate change, UN report says.

  • Reasons to Keep Coconut Oil at Home
  • Populations that have a diet rich in coconut oil tend to be in good health, and stay away from many of modern diseases, torturing western nations.

  • How To Properly Wash Fruits And Vegetables To Remove The Harmful Chemicals
  • With using a few simple tips, you can protect yourself and your family from the raw food poisoning.

  • Luke Ruehlman, 2: "I Was a Woman Called Pam in a Past Life
  • When Luke Ruehlman began talking about a woman named Pam, his mother Erica assumed it was just an imaginary friend.

  • Houston Anthropologist Reveals Irrefutable Proof that Recorded History Is Wrong
  • An examination of the structures reveals that they were built by advanced civilizations from over 29,000 years ago.

  • The Bhagavad-gita Saves Lives - A Book Distribution Story

    One of the most astonishing miracles of placing Bhagavad Gitas in motel rooms was a story of a man who was saved from committing suicide by reading just a few pages of Bhagavad Gita.

  • Feeding the Real Hunger

    One of the main problems of life we all face is filling our bellies. We have to eat and this hard fact forces most of us out of bed and off to work every day.

  • Potential Spouse: The Real Knight in the Shining Armor

    Many women have perceived ideals of a perfect male romantic match. Having experienced them through the movies, fairy tales, such males often handsome and romantic, rescuing the "damsel in distress" from all her woes.

  • Nemesis in a Bag of Peanuts

    The notion of having power over others may provide a temporary gratification, but it starts to unravel pretty soon.

  • Family Breakdown Brings Societal Collapse

    Exactly echoing a message found in the Bhagavad-gita, a UK senior judge recently declared that “almost all of society’s social ills can be traced directly to the collapse of the family life.”

  • Miracle on Second Avenue