ISKCON Gears Up For Incorporation Day
"Grow More Food!": The Guyana Mood
After years of planning for its 50th anniversary, and nearly six months of celebrations this year so far, ISKCON is now gearing up for its Golden Jubilee Incorporation Day on July 13th, 1966. And temples, centers, and individual devotees all over the world are getting ready to do something big for founder Srila Prabhupada, whom many feel they owe their lives to.
Guyana’s present government has been pushing for agrarian reforms. One can see large boards on the highway saying `GROW MORE FOOD`! Some of the government policies directly support the aims and goals of an agrarian renaissance.
The Spiritual Warriors Return to Guyana
After experiencing the mercy of Lord Caitanya last year in a fantastic sankirtana effort, the spiritual warriors are returning to Guyana, South America, from June 20--June 30, 2011.
ISKCON Guyana Celebrates Deities' 25th Anniversary
ISKCON Guyana last weekend celebrated the 25th Anniversary of their first installed Deities, Sri Sri Nitai Chaitanya Chandra, at the Gaura Nitai Ashirvad Mandir near the capital city of Georgetown.
Spiritual Warriors Return To Guyana
After the successful "Spiritual Warrior" trip to Guyana (ISKCON News, July 15) Vilasa-Manjari Dasi and Paramananda Das are organizing another preaching mission to Guyana, South America in September, 2010. This project is entitled "Food For Life: the Spiritual Warriors Feed the Children Marathon".
The “Spiritual Warriors” Go To Guyana
As they disembarked the airplane in Guyana on June 20, 2010, and waited in line for the customs procedures, it certainly felt like they were eager, yet uncertain warriors. They were ten devotees who had encountered several challenges to make this trip and now were finally at their destination.
ISKCON Guyana Revives Walking Festival
ISKCON Donates Books to University of Guyana
Through the revival efforts of Ram-Lila Dasa and a host of other members from the ISKCON community in Guyana, Padayatra once again graced the village streets of Guyana from January 26 – February 1. During this week long festival, devotees, well wishers, and enthusiastic onlookers covered approximately 40 kilometers through some of the most populated villages en route to Georgetown, the capital city of Guyana.
The Guyana branch of the International Society of Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), also known as the ‘Hare Krishna’ movement, yesterday made a donation of religious books to the University of Guyana (UG) Library.