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Global Puja for Ukraine
Apr 23, 2022
Global Puja for Ukraine
On April 3rd, 2022 an international event took place for a worldwide puja invoking the blessings from Lord Nrisimhadeva's divine protection towards the devastating conflict happening in Ukraine. This conflict has affected the lives of thousands of Ukrainians and the number is growing every day. The conflict is not only affecting Ukrainians but is affecting all of us globally. The event felt like a must to help Ukrainians and pray for protection for all during these chaotic times. Organizers and helpers of the event stated they felt the presence of the Lord even in the days leading up to the puja. They felt a true sense of inspiration, a divine presence, and that they were being guided and moved throughout the process.
Jayananda Das
Bhumi Global: First-ever Hindu Environmental Survey
Apr 23, 2022
Bhumi Global: First-ever Hindu Environmental Survey
According to a new Bhumi Global survey, Hindus around the world see global environmental issues as an urgent concern. The poll, which was conducted last year and analyzed over the past few months, is the first such global survey conducted among Hindus. Participants of the survey represented the gamut of the Hindu population, including India, the United States, Canada, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and Mauritius.
ISKCON News Staff
20th Anniversary of Burnt Ladhu

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Apr 22, 2022
20th Anniversary of Burnt Ladhu
If you’ve never seen it, now’s the time. It’s the 20th anniversary of Burnt Ladhu, a production by Vaisnava youth creatively and courageously sharing their experiences growing up in ISKCON. On behalf of thousands of devotees, the cast explores coming to terms with life after gurukula; how devotees can behave in harmful ways; attitudes toward youth; family relationships; and navigating adult life with the foundation they were given.
Lilasuka dasi, Child Protection Office
Bhakti Educators Sanga
Apr 21, 2022
Bhakti Educators Sanga
We at the Ministry of Education NA know firsthand the amazing hard work you have been undertaking, serving the most delicate and most important members of our ISKCON society - the children and youth. 
Ministry of Education North America
The Festival of Colors Spanish Fork, Utah
Apr 15, 2022
The Festival of Colors Spanish Fork, Utah
Spring is upon us and that means it's time for the Festival of Colors. The Festival of Colors is an annual celebration of the Holi Festival. Holi Festival is an ancient Hindu festival that commemorates Radha Krishna's love as well as the triumph of virtue over evil. The Holi Festival began in India and has now spread throughout the world.
ISKCON News Staff
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
Apr 09, 2022
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
Leading up to the appearance of the original child protector - Lord Nrsimhadeva, this is the perfect time of the year to focus on the Lord as the protector and ourselves as His instruments.
ISKCON Child Protection Office
Rama Navami - A Reflection
Apr 09, 2022
Ram Navami – A Reflection
The auspicious festival of Ram Navami (the divine appearance of Lord Ram on this earth) is celebrated on 10th April 2022. I personally don't recall celebrating this festival as a child or teenager. The fondness and memory of any particular festival would be based on if it is ‘powerful’ enough to award a school holiday or can it inspire the family to go shopping.
Premanjana Das
St. Augustine Announces Their Ratha Yatra
Mar 12, 2022
St. Augustine Announces Their Ratha Yatra
Saturday, March 19, 2022. The Parade begins at 10:30 AM at the Plaza and returns there by 12 PM. At 1 PM there will be a two-hour procession down St. George Street without the Chariot. Then at 3 PM, the cultural dance & music program begins. The free food will be served out all day from 11 AM onwards. The festival continues until 5 PM
ISKCON Alachua
Art For Peace Initiative to Help Ukrainian Refugee Children Cope
Mar 05, 2022
Art For Peace Initiative to Help Ukrainian Refugee Children Cope
Over the past week, more than a million Ukrainian refugees crossed the borders to the neighboring countries, fleeing war. Most of them are women and children, like their husbands, fathers, and sons, —all men between the ages of 18-60 — had to stay back to defend their country, not knowing if they would ever see their loved ones again.
Krishna Lila Dasi
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