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Articles tagged as Mombasa

  • New ISKCON Complex to Become Mombasa Landmark
    MOMBASA: ISKCON Africa is currently in the final phase of construction of its new temple complex on Beach Road, Mombasa. The expansive project sits on a two-acre plot in the affluent Nyali area, opposite the local golf club.
  • New ISKCON Temple to Open in Nyali, Mombasa, Kenya
    The New Dwarikadham temple is ISKCON’s newest and perhaps one of the most opulent of its gems. Situated on an expansive plot, this monument`s modern yet simple architectural design is not only pleasing to the eye but also soothing to the soul.
  • New Mombasa Temple to Be One of the Most Opulent in Africa

    An incredible 4,000 devotees—hailing from India, England, Uganda, and across Kenya—are expected to attend the opening of the New Dwarikadham complex in Mombasa, Kenya from April 9th to 13th this year.

  • New Dwarika Dham, Kenya Temple Opening
    On 12th of April 2011, Mombasa, Kenya celebrated a very special Ram Navami festival as a beautiful new ISKCON temple was opened and Their Lordships Sri Sri Sita Rama Laksman Hanuman were installed. The festivities of the grand opening were spread over five days.
  • Splendid Chariot Festivals on Kenyan Streets

    The Nairobi Vaishnavi Sangha lead by Dwarka Vasini Devi Dasi, along with the children’s book distribution team distributed as many as over 100 books in a span of 90 minutes. 

  • Kenyan Book Distribution Reaches All-Time High

    Distribution of Srila Prabhupada’s books in the East African country of Kenya has reached an all-time high, with 54,399 books distributed during the December marathon of 2013 by just three small temples: Nairobi, Kisumu and Mombasa. The score catapulted Kenya to the number seven country in the world during the marathon.

  • Inauguration of ISKCON Ganjoni Temple, Mombasa, Kenya

    The event took place in March 2017. A video by ISKCON Desire Tree.

  • Mombasa Temple Builds New Apartments to Care for Congregation

    The ISKCON temple in Nyali in Mombasa, Kenya has recently completed the second phase of its construction – an apartment building to help care for the congregation and cultivate their spiritual lives.