Pilgrimage to Udupi 2019
ISKCON Organizes First International Summit on Environment and Ethics
Udupi is considered to be “Mathura of the South,“ where the Supreme Lord Krishna performed many childhood pastimes for the pleasure of his mother Devaki.
Damodar Arati in a Chennai Mall
ISKCON recently organized the International Summit on Environment and Economy (SEE-2015) in the port city of Kochi, India, in an attempt to bring together various stakeholders to discuss and deliberate to unearth the deeper aspects of the environmental and business ethics problems so as to arrive at well-rounded and holistic solutions.
Experts To Catalog South Indian Temple Treasures
In the central atrium of Chennai's Express Avenue shopping mall, a diorama of Little Damodar and Mother Yashoda seated on a altar decorated with colorful flowers and leaves came as a pleasant surprise to many. An astounding 3,500 lamps were offered just within two days.
A trove of gold and silver treasures found in a 16th century Hindu temple will be unearthed and cataloged by antiquities experts under tight security, with the media and public barred from the site in southern India, the Supreme Court said Thursday.
Investigators Turn to Final Vault at Indian Treasure Temple
Gita Utsava Program in Guntur, South India
Onlookers and devotees thronged the shrine in the bustling centre of Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of India's southern Kerala state, as officials said treasure worth more than $20 billion had been found -- more than India's education budget.
From Friday 3rd to 7th of June 2011, ISKCON held a Hare Krishna Utsava in Guntur city`s local town hall. The goal of the program was to educate people about the importance of the Bhagavad-gita, as well as to inform the public about ISKCON Kondaveedu`s Spiritual Heritage Revival project.
Vedic Care Home for Elders Established in South India
New ISKCON Center At A South Indian Holy Place
As huge temples such as Mayapur’s Temple of the Vedic Planetarium climb to the sky with much celebration, what could be one of ISKCON’s most important efforts has quietly arrived in Melkote, Karnataka, South India.
On 22nd December 2010, devotees inaugurated an ISKCON preaching center at Yadagiri Gutta, a holy place 60 kms East of Hyderabad in South India. This place is known for its hilltop temple of Lord Nrsimhadeva.
ISKCON Swami Addresses Adi Shankara Institute Students
Trustees of the birth site of Sripad Shankaracharya in Kelady, South India invited Bhakti Vinoda Swami to speak as the Chief Guest at one of their widely known educational institutions.
Back To Godhead in “God’s Own Country”
“Bhagavad Darshanam”, the Malayalam version of Back to Godhead (BTG) magazine, was released to the public today in in Thiruvananthapuram, capital of the southern Indian state of Kerala.
ISKCON South India to Restore Ancient Kondaveedu Fort
ISKCON of Andhra Pradesh, South India is to begin work on a Spiritual Heritage Revival Project at the historical Kondaveedu Fort in Guntur District this year, starting with a beautiful new temple for the ancient Venna Gopal deity at the foot of the Kondaveedu Hills.