This short film was made in Russia in October 2015, by a small team of filmmakers who are passionate about sharing the culture of bhakti yoga with the world. It was shot on location in Moscow and Sochi, and profiles Jahnavi Harrison, who grew up with bhakti yoga and serves in the capacity of a kirtan (devotional call and response chanting) leader.
Producer: Shaktyavesha Avatara dasa Director of Photography: Raghunatha Prana dasa 2nd Camera: Hari Mohini dasi Additional Camera: Nityananda Rama dasa Postproduction: Tamal Krishna Dasa Transport: Alexey Pigurenko
This thirty-minutes documentary by independent filmmaker Vasudeva Joly takes a close look at the "Bhakti Vriksha", ISKCON's congregational development system's challenges and successes. From London to Moscow, and from Houston to Buenos Aires, Bhakti Vriksha communities seem to be growing at a promising pace. Produced at the request of ICDM (ISKCON Congragational Development Ministry), Going Global is a thoroughly documented reportage on the Bhakti Vriksha phenomenon.
This Gir calf was rescued from a breeder just before she was about to be dehorned and branded. Even though her horns will grow towards the back of her head and not to the front, where they could be used as a weapon, dehorning would have been done. Dehorning is a painful and bloody process. A video by Chayadevi of ISCOWP.
In 2016 ISKCON Youth leaders from around the world came together for the first ever Youth leader Sanga In Mayapur dham. This is an inspirational video for all of you interested in supporting programs for the young devotees from the ISKCON movement.