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ISKCON Disciple Course is a training program that deepens devotees’ understanding of guru tattva within the multiple guru environment of ISKCON. Designed for new devotees preparing to take initiation, the course is also recommended for leaders, preachers, and educators in ISKCON.

Bhaktivedanta College
Aug 17, 2018
Paramahamster: Soccer Challenge – Part Three

Our "Paramahamster" comic strip follows an enthusiastic devotee as he navigates a 9 - 5 work day in the corporate world. Please check back weekly for new episodes!

Madi & Yamal
Apr 21, 2017
Russian Court Bans Jehovah’s Witnesses As Extremist

Russia's Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that Jehovah's Witnesses were an "extremist" organization and must disband and hand over all property to the state, local media said. The religious grouping confirmed the ruling about its "liquidation" in Russia.

Staff Writer
Mar 20, 2017
10 Great Places to Celebrate the Hindu Festival of Holi

If you’ve started to notice clouds of color every spring, it’s not your imagination. The Hindu festival of Holi (pronounced “holy”), which involves throwing brightly colored powders, is spreading around the globe, says Ravi M. Gupta, a religion professor at Utah State University. “It’s well known now. I don’t need to tell my students what Holi is. It has spawned this whole industry of colorfests and charity color runs.”

Larry Bleiberg
Dec 24, 2016
ISKCON 50 Meditations: December 24, 2016

Prabhupada Taught Us ABCD

Satsvarupa dasa Goswami
May 15, 2008
Primitive Polytheism or Misunderstood Monotheism?

In today's culture war pitting secularism versus religion, Eastern religions usually get a free pass from atheist authors and other foes of faith. But that doesn't mean that Hindus can afford to rest on their laurels. Several new books from Hindu experts and advocates seek to dispel misconceptions, including negative ones, about the ancient Indian tradition.

David Klinghoffer
Apr 03, 2007
Jewish Ritual Baths Attracting New Interest

LIVINGSTON, N.J. - They used to be everywhere there were Jews. Mikvahs, ritual purification pools used by observant Jewish women, have been considered so important to Jewish communities that even a sacred Torah could be sold to build one.

Jeff Diamant
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