Radhadesh Mellows Draws Record 1,400 Devotees From 50 Countries
Vasanta Pancami - Awakening Shades of Yellow and Green
Back in 2009, when devotees in Radhadesh, Belgium held a small kirtan weekend with Sivarama Swami and Madhava, just 100 people attended. It was a similarly intimate group the next year, when festival coordinator Manu Magnin, then 19 years old, took over the organizing and invited his second generation friends.
Sacinandana Swami Brings Experiential “Living Name” Retreat to New Vrindaban
Vasanta Pancami usually takes place during the month of January or February, and marks the first official day of spring. The spring season signifies new life and joy, and Mother Nature shares that jubilation in the form of blossoming flowers and flourishing trees.
Hare Krishna! Films Opens in 20 Cities in Italy
The Living Name Retreat is a unique experience focused on reigniting one’s relationship with the Holy Name.
ISKCON Law Department Holds 1st Global Conference of Devotee Attorneys
It all started when Mukundananda Das from Rome expressed keen interest in bringing the movie to Italy and he got encouraged to find a distributor.
Sri Krishna Pusya Abhiseka - When Simple Meets Grand
On January 9-12, 2020, thirty devotee attorneys, jurists and law students hailing from the United Kingdom, Russia, Switzerland, Netherlands, Hungary, Lithuania, Brazil, Nigeria, Uganda, Singapore and the United States attended the 2020 ISKCON Global Conference of Devotee Attorneys at the Historic Thomas Center in Gainesville, Florida.
Prominent Indian Corporate Billionaires Initiate Efforts to Develop Mayapur Heritage City
Flowers are a special part of the Vaishnava tradition. It is the way to honor special guests. It is the way to honor the spiritual master and the Vaishnavas. It is a form of worship, a form of appreciation.
New Jersey Devotees Appear on TV Asia to Over 1.5 Million Viewers
The Committee envisions the development of Mayapur as a world tourism center, which includes ISKCON's flagship project the Temple of Vedic Planetarium, educational institutes, and the Ganga ghat development.
Invitation to Viplavah 2020 International Education Symposium
TV Asia was the first coast-to-coast entertainment and information channel for the South Asian community settled in the U.S. It airs regularly scheduled programs in Hindi, English, Gujarati and other regional languages 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
ISKCON Youth Help Put On Four Caribbean Ratha Yatras
The Ministry of Education invites devotees to a symposium designed to bring together the many ISKCON-members involved in Education.
Gita Mela Draws Thousands of Tourists to Mayapur
The latest tour by ISKCON Youth Ministry saw youth help put on four Rathayatras in the Caribbean, and some become inspired to take on active roles in the Hare Krishna Movement.
Devotees Safe in Australia Fires, Extending Help to Others
A winter festival that is held in December-January in Mayapur focuses on providing guests an insight into the importance of the Bhagavad Gita.
Dublin Crowds Join Chanting and Dancing at New Year’s Eve Harinama
Starting in September last year, bush fires have been causing widespread devastation in Australia, particularly in New South Wales. According to ISKCON Australia Communications Director Bhakta Das, no devotees have been injured, as the fire is some distance from ISKCON’s farming communities.
The Glorious 50th Anniversary of Sri-Sri Radha-Londonisvara
The exhilarating experience has been a tradition for ISKCON Ireland for over three decades, and is well known to the Dublin public.
ISKCON India Communications Conference, Ahmedabad
A truly memorable event, London has never seen the Hare Krishna movement like this before. Running for nine days from Sunday 24th November to Monday 2nd December, the festival showcased exceptional displays of performance arts and visual arts, poetry readings and kirtans, historical accounts of Radha-Londonisvara.
Ganga Sagar Mela: ISKCON to Set Up Permanent Kitchen
Over 25 participants assembled to introspect, reflect, analyze, strategize and prepare an effective plan of action for ISKCON Communications India representatives.
ISKCON Leadership Sanga 2020
The second most popular mela after Kumbh Mela is the Ganga Sagar Mela. Celebrated with great vigor and enthusiasm, the festival has a cultural and spiritual significance where pilgrims dip themselves in the holy waters of Ganga to purify their souls.
Bolivian Devotees Throw Krishna Conscious Christmas Party in La Paz
The ISKCON Leadership Sanga will be held in Sri Dham Mayapur between February 14-20 2020, with 75 unique seminars and discussions, uplifting kirtans, wonderful prasadam, and 45 stalls displaying various projects and services from all over the world.
History made in British Parliament -- With Bhagavad Gita As It Is
ISKCON devotees in Bolivia threw a Christmas party with a twist when they held Bhakti Yoga Fest on December 22nd.
Vaishnava-Christian Dialogue in India Explores “Surrender and Social Engagement”
During the traditional swearing-in ceremony within Parliament's main debating Chamber, in his right hand he took a copy of Bhagavad Gita As It Is, along with the traditional King James Bible.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Makes Impromptu Visit to Bhaktivedanta Manor
The ISKCON Communications Ministry hosted the Fifth Annual Vaishnava Christian Dialogue in India, December 16-18. The Dialogue is part of a global effort by the Ministry to promote understanding between members of ISKCON and other major religious communities.
Saranagati Youth Distribute Over 5,000 Cookies to Neighbors for Christmas
The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson made an impromptu visit to Bhaktivedanta Manor last Sunday, when worshipers at the Manor were surprised to see an entourage of MPs, including the Home Secretary Priti Patel and numerous security share their Sunday worship.
Gita Jayanti - The Topmost Knowledge Divulged
Students of Govardhana Academy in Saranagati, Canada have baked and distributed 5,500 prasadam cookies to businesses, services and friends in the surrounding towns as a gesture of goodwill this Christmas season.
ISKCON Hillsborough Puts Spiritual Spin on Thanksgiving
5244 years ago, on the battlefield of Kuruksetra, the Supreme Lord Sri Krishna delivered the most confidential and topmost knowledge to Arjuna, a warrior prince, and to humanity at large, in order to help all devotees understand the purpose of life.
About 100 people, including local devotees, parents and family they had invited, and members of the Indian community attended this year’s Thanksgiving program at ISKCON’s New Goloka Dham in Hillsborough, North Carolina.