On May 23rd, former ISKCON News editor Navina Shyam Das graduated summa cum laude from law school at the prestigious Temple University, Philadelphia and was honored as Valedictorian.
Don't worry, all our staff are safe! But some have been affected by Hurricane Sandy-caused power outages, resulting in reduced content on ISKCON News this week.
The Madhurastakam is a beautiful song on Krishna's sweetness composed by Sri Vallabhacharya. Its sweetness is more intensified when it is presented here in the transcendental voice of Bhakti Charu Swami.
May the sweet-faced Lord bless you all!
Readers, start your keyboards. ISKCON News Weekly is now enabling user comments on our Opinion pieces. The decision to allow reader comments – which will not be edited but will be monitored – is a marked but intentional departure from INW’s earlier editorial policy, and represents a new phase for our website.
As you may have noticed, ISKCON News is going weekly! Don’t worry, that doesn’t mean we’ll be providing you with any less news from the world of ISKCON… It just means you’ll be getting it all at once. No need to log on 3 or 4 times a week to see if there are any new stories – now you’ll know what to expect and when to expect it.
Janmastami Day, 2007-ISKCON News (news.iskcon.com), which had its soft-launch last spring, has revamped itself on Janmastami Day, and now wants to be your source of news. Guided by an editorial board that includes past and present Communication Ministers Mukunda Goswami and Anuttama dasa, respectively, the website is edited by Australia-based Ekendra dasa, with contributors world-wide.
I would like to know who is the intended audience of this site. What is its focus or style?
- Kaunteya Dasa
ISKCON Congregational Development
Mayapura, West Bengal, India