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  • Mayapur Escapes Cyclone Amphan With Minimal Damage
  • ISKCON Alachua Starts Gradual Reopening of Temple with Restrictions
  • New Vrindaban Residents Grow Gardens For Food Security Amid COVID-19
  • Devotees on the Frontlines of COVID-19: Chaplain Ghanashyam Das
  • ISKCON Ministry of Education to Hold Annual Symposium on Zoom
  • Don't Hike Alone
  • ‘The Kindness Pandemic’: An ISKCON-wide Contest for Young Artists
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  • ISKCON Ministry of Education to Hold Annual Symposium on Zoom
  • By: Madhava Smullen on May 22, 2020

    Since it was established, the ISKCON Ministry of Education’s aim has been to provide Krishna conscious education of high quality to everyone through temples, educational institutions and various global initiatives ...

  • ISKCON Alachua Starts Gradual Reopening of Temple with Restrictions
  • By: Madhava Smullen on May 22, 2020

    Temple President Mukhya Dasi cautions that the gradual reopening at ISKCON Alachua is a trial run, and that the temple will continue to monitor Coronavirus cases in the Alachua area ...

  • Mayapur Escapes Cyclone Amphan With Minimal Damage
  • By: Madhava Smullen on May 21, 2020

    Amphan, which was the most powerful cyclone ever recorded in the Bay of Bengal before it weakened, destroyed homes, trees and bridges, and left rural areas without power or communications ...

  • ISKCON Nashik, India, Organizes Caitanya Charitamrita Contests
  • By: Sakhipran Devi Dasi on May 21, 2020

    During these trying times of the pandemic, for devotees who are not working and stuck at home, ISKCON Nashik, India, is offering a great opportunity to participate in an online ...

  • New Vrindaban Residents Grow Gardens For Food Security Amid COVID-19
  • By: Madhava Smullen on May 19, 2020

    In New Vrindaban, West Virginia, ISKCON’s first rural community which Srila Prabhupada earmarked as an example of sustainability to the world, resident devotees are using the pandemic to push themselves ...

  • Devotees on the Frontlines of COVID-19: Chaplain Ghanashyam Das
  • By: Madhava Smullen on May 19, 2020

    When Ghanashyam Das first began his chaplaincy service in New York City, little did he know that he would end up on the frontlines of a global pandemic, risking his ...

  • ‘The Kindness Pandemic’: An ISKCON-wide Contest for Young Artists
  • By: ISKCON News Staff on May 15, 2020

    While the coronavirus is spreading throughout the world, luckily for us, so is kindness. The simple acts of kindness are powerful, cathartic, and could change our lives forever.  ...

  • The Harmonist, Volume One Now Available in Ebook Format
  • By: Radha Sakhi Dasi on May 15, 2020

    The original version of The Harmonist appeared as ‘Sri Sajjana Tosani’ in Bengali in the year 1879, published by the Vaisnava pioneer Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura.

    World News
  • The End of Meat Is Here
  • By: Jonathan Safran Foer on May 22, 2020

    Our hand has been reaching for the doorknob for the last few years ...

  • Princeton Researchers Discover That Home Gardening Is Basically The Answer to Society’s Ills
  • By: Arianne Cohen on May 22, 2020

    The study tracked 370 Minneapolis-St. Paul residents’ emotional well-being through common activities like ...

  • Very Important News From Mayapur
  • By: Mayapur Advisory Committee on Feb. 1, 2020

    Those who may want to come to Mayapur from China, or other countries ...

  • Animal Cruelty Is Officially a Nationwide Felony in the US
  • By: Sophie Hirsch on Dec. 5, 2019

    On Monday, Nov. 25, Trump signed the bipartisan Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture ...

  • Church of England Says Christians Must Repent for Past Antisemitism
  • By: Harriet Sherwood on Nov. 22, 2019

    Document acknowledges Christians’ part in persecution of Jewish people over centuries.