ISKCON Prison Ministry Gives Inmates the Key to Freedom
Bhakti-lata Dasi is typing away busily at her laptop, absorbed in composing one of the 15 to 40 letters she writes to inmates at prisons across the US every month. But she looks up, smiling, happy to talk to ISKCON News about the service she’s been dedicating the bulk of her time to in the past two years.
1,000 Allahabad Inmates Chant Holy Name of Krishna
ISKCON Allahabad had organized a program at the Naini Central Jail. It began with the chanting of the Mahamantra, in which nearly a thousand prisoners, along with prison keepers and officers took part, blissfully singing and dancing.
Indore Prisoners Experience Spiritual Freedom
On the auspicious appearance anniversary of Sita Devi, the consort of Lord Rama, which fell on the 22nd of May this year, ISKCON Indore inaugurated a Prison Preaching Program and organized its first event at the Central Jail in Indore.
ISKCON’s Prison, Outreach Ministries Release New Books
Two new ISKCON publications have been released this March, making their debut at the Gaura Purnima Festival in Mayapur, West Bengal recently.
Krishna Consciousness Reaches India's Taloja Jail
International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), Kharghar visited Taloja prisoners and explained the science of Krishna consciousness recently. The programme was organized to offer relief to all the inmates of the Taloja prison in the form of spiritual knowledge.