Temple Profile: Santiago, Chile
Temple Profile: Goura-Vrindavana Farm, Brazil
Today, ISKCON Santiago thrives more than it ever has in the past. Every Friday, devotees embark on public chanting sessions called Harinamas downtown, where they distribute traditional sweets and draw a large crowd of fascinated students.
Goura Vrindavana was born back in 1983, when two devotee brothers, Setukara Dasa and Arcana Marya Dasa, bought a piece of land in Paraty. It has become financially self-sufficient through two ingenious initiatives: a guesthouse, and its very own dried banana factory.
Temple Profile: Seattle
ISKCON News presents the first in an occasional series that profiles temples around the world.