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  • Hare Krishnas Cannot Solicit Donations at Los Angeles Airport

    A ban on soliciting donations at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) does not tread on Hare Krishna members' free speech rights, the 9th Circuit ruled Wednesday. A city ordinance forbids the immediate solicitation of money at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), including the terminals, the parking lots, and adjacent sidewalks.

  • Nick Mom TV Show Features ISKCON Devotee Girl's 7th Birthday Party

    On July 13th, the American Nick Mom TV Channel featured 7 year old Gauri, daughter of Bal Gopal Das and Lalita Sundari Dasi, residents of ISKCON New Dwaraka Dham, Los Angeles. The television show called Take Me To Your Mother was exploring how different children from all walks of life celebrated their birthdays.

  • Three Californian Temples Celebrate Govardhana Puja Together

    Devotees from Los Angeles, San Diego, and Laguna Beach gathered at ISKCON’s Escondido farm to celebrate “Maha Govardhana Puja.” Govardhana Puja, the celebration of the day when Lord Krishna displayed His divine powers by lifting the sacred Govardhana Hill, was previously held at each individual temple. But the three neighboring communities got together for a follow-up festival, too; a unique tradition with an interesting history.

  • ISKCON Receives Kingdom Day Parade Award

    ISKCON devotees received a “Second Place for Marching Units” award for their participation in LA’s annual Kingdom Day Parade at a ceremony at the Radisson Hotel near downtown Los Angeles this February 13th.

  • ISKCON Los Angeles Celebrates Fortieth Year of Worship
    This July 16 – 18 promises to see one of the biggest festivals in the history of ISKCON Los Angeles, as the “New Dwaraka” community celebrates its fortieth anniversary of worshiping Sri-Sri Rukmini-Dwarakanatha. Each of the three festival days, devotees and guests will swing these smaller, moveable counterparts to ISKCON LA’s larger Rukmini-Dwarakadish deities in a traditional ceremony called Julana-yatra.