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Articles tagged as Scotland

  • European Farm Conference to be hosted at Krishna Eco Farm in Lesmahagow, Scotland

    Lesmahagow, a quiet village founded by monks in the 12th Century is now a home to monks but of a different order.

  • Scotland’s Karuna Bhavan to Host European Farm Conference

    The ISKCON Ministry for Cow Protection and Agriculture (IMCPA) is busy bringing Krishna conscious farm projects around the world together to share best practices in a series of regional conferences. They hope to hold gatherings in six continents by 2020, culminating in a global summit.

  • Hare Krishna Scotland

    Karuna Bhavan in Lesmahagow, Scotland is a community of Hare Krishna devotees teaching the Vedic philosophy and lifestyle as instructed by AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the founder of the Hare Krishna movement. A film by Vrsabhanu dasa (Fergus Brady).

  • Simple Living at the Krishna Eco Farm, Lesmahagow, Scotland
    Lesmahagow, a quiet village near Glasgow, founded by monks in the 12th century is again home to monks but of a different order. In 1987 Hare Krishna monks moved into a humble property here, and began to develop an ambitious program and turned the site into a state-of-the-art Eco Farm.
  • ISKCON Scotland’s Karuna Bhavan Relaunched, Renewed and Reborn
    Scotland. A land of rolling green hills, of kings, monks, and Celtic warriors. A land, too, where Sri Chaitanya’s spiritual message took hold, and devotees distributed Srila Prabhupada’s books by the millions, establishing the name of “Gauranga” as a buzzword.
  • The Boy Who Lived Before

    This documentary is about a boy from Scotland named Cameron who can remember some verifiable details from his previous life.