ISKCON News: Short Film About ISKCON’s Global Contribution Reaches 100,000 People [Article]

Short Film About ISKCON’s Global Contribution Reaches 100,000 People

By: for ISKCON News on July 13, 2016

 New York, 26 2nd Avenue.

July 13, 1966. 26 Second Avenue, New York City: A few sympathetic, interested people gather in a small downtown storefront to help an Indian swami's mission by adding their signature to a legal document.

Today, exactly 50 years later, ISKCON has branches all over the world. Millions of lives have been transformed by the Hare Krishna mantra and the philosophy of the Bhagavad-gita—thanks to the vision of Srila Prabhupada and the efforts of his sincere followers.

The documentary short “Hare Krishna: 50 Years of Service and Joy,” showcasing the society’s many impressive contributions, released back in February for ISKCON’s 50th anniversary, by now has reached over a hundred thousand people all over the world.

Within five months, the film had over forty thousand viewers on YouTube, and was screened in 28 countries and 51 cities during large public festivals, temple programs, VIP-, interfaith-or educational events attended by various audiences.

The film is available for screening  everywhere.

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To order a high definition screener copy of the film, representatives of ISKCON centers, projects or institutions could write to Krishna-lila dasi at editor@iskconnews.org.

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