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Global Chant for Peace
Mar 02, 2022
Global Chant for Peace
The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), a worldwide religious community and confederation of over 500 temples and cultural centers, will conduct Chant for Peace events during the weekend of Saturday, March 5th, 2022 around the globe to pray for all people affected by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and surrounding areas. ISKCON devotees all over the world promote the uplifting process of chanting the Holy Names of God as well as the understanding of universal brotherhood and sisterhood of all people and living beings as children of that One God.
ISKCON News Staff
The Residents of New Vrindaban: Divyangi Devi Dasi
Feb 16, 2022
The Residents of New Vrindaban: Divyangi Devi Dasi
ISKCON News is proud to announce a new and inspiring interview series, a new look into the world of living the Bhakti Yoga life. In this interview series, we talk to the devotees of New Vrindaban, West Virginia to ask them how they feel living fully immersed in devotional life.
ISKCON News Staff
Srila Prabhupada Arrives in South Korea
Feb 12, 2022
Srila Prabhupada Arrives in South Korea
Patanjali Muni das is head of the kitchen at Bhaktivedanta Manor, and he also oversees the preaching activities in ISKCON South Korea. Recently he ceremoniously received the life-size murti (sacred image) of Srila Prabhupada in the temple of Sri Sri Radha Krishnachandra, which is situated on the border of South Korea near to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), which divides the South from the North.
Manojna Devi Dasi
Indian Tribal Care Trust Mobile Medical Unit
Feb 12, 2022
Indian Tribal Care Trust Mobile Medical Unit
India Development and Relief Fund (IDRF) is a USA-based charitable Charity. They aim to support the poverty-stricken people in India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. Their focus is to empower poor people through means of educating them, making them experts in various skills, thereby making them capable of living a sustainable life. They serve beyond the boundaries of caste, creed, and color.
Snigdhamayi Sudevi Devi Dasi
ISKCON Mourns the Passing of Lata Mangeshkar
Feb 06, 2022
ISKCON Mourns the Passing of Lata Mangeshkar

The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) joins the world in mourning and paying tribute to legendary singer Lata Mangeshka, The Nightingale of India.

ISKCON News Staff
Devotee Care: Tribute to Those We Lost During Pandemic
Feb 05, 2022
Devotee Care: Tribute to Those We Lost During Pandemic
Each and every one of us wants two things in life, to love someone and to be loved by someone. Devotee Care is one such initiative by ISKCON to take care of the devotees and to embed the culture of care in the devotees using different platforms. Their vision and mission is to provide contentment to the devotees both spiritually and materially by looking after their diverse emotional, spiritual, physical, and social needs. The idea behind the project is to make devotees feel valuable and comfortable within the ISKCON society.
Saki Rangadevi Devi Dasi
The Passing of Caitanya Jivan Das
Jan 31, 2022
The Passing of Caitanya Jivan Das
As some of you have heard, our dear friend, Chaitanya Jivan Dasa Prabhu, a longtime member of our ISKCON Philadelphia congregation, is at the end-stage of his terminal illness. He is still alert and is as comfortable as possible. Presently, he is unable to eat, drink and is hardly speaking. He is courageously preparing for his end-of-life journey.
ISKCON News Staff
In Memoriam: His Grace Jnana Sukriti Das
Jan 30, 2022
In Memoriam: His Grace Jnana Sukriti Das
His Grace Jnana Sukriti Prabhu (ACBSP) from Caracas left his body on the auspicious day of Sat-tila ekadasi.
ISKCON Vrindavan
Students Map Out a Sustainable, Eco-friendly Future
Jan 23, 2022
Students Map Out a Sustainable, Eco-friendly Future
From January 3rd to January 14th, 2022, students at the Bhaktivedanta Academy North America (BANA) in Alachua, FL participated in an interdisciplinary project based on building a sustainable school. The project was executed by the middle school and high school student cohorts and their teachers.
Anandini Tikunov (8th-grade student)
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