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Articles tagged as Polish-tour

  • Travelling Spiritual Performers Bring Rain To Australia
    For the last six years Australians have suffered the worst drought in a thousand years, say leading agriculturalists. Is it just coincidence that one of the longest uninterrupted streaks of wet weather broke at the same time Indradyumna Swami and his traveling spiritual festival team arrived on Australian shores?
  • Polish Woodstock Takes a New Direction
    This year’s Woodstock in Poland was billed as Europe’s largest open-air music event with 52 rock bands plus Warsaw’s Philharmonic Orchestra, to add a touch of culture. The fields are filled to capacity with an ocean of tents and more than 300,000 young people and, under the leadership of Indradyumna Swami, ISKCON had a large presence.
  • Krishna's Village of Peace Brings Good Vibes to Polish Festival
    Jurek Owsiak makes a plea live on Polish television. "Please don't come to Woodstock. We are already overcrowded. Stay at home and your friends will tell you all about it!" With over 400,000 people attending this years free Polish Woodstock Festival, it was indeed one of the biggest festivals to date. Police and emergency services struggled to cope with the large influx of festival goers that inundated the small town of Kostrzyn, near the German border.
  • Kirtana Prevails At Krsna's Village of Peace
    Kirtana leaders from around the world descended upon the Polish Woodstock as Krsna's Village of Peace graced the festival for the 15th Year. ISKCON`s annual presence at the festival has become known worldwide as one of ISKCON`s largest outreach festivals in Europe.
  • Indradyumna Swami’s “Krishna Fest” Thrills Gujarat
    This winter, Indradyumna Swami's 21-date Krishna Fest tour visited cities across Gujarat, drawing between 2,000 and 8,000 people each night with its thrilling three-hour show.