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  • Queen's Award for Voluntary Service | Food For All Charity Video

    Food for All, UK prasadam distribution charity, has been given the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.

    Learn more about Food for All: https://foodforalluk.com/news/

  • Why is education important for devotees?
  • DeepLeap - Shyamananda Dasa - Determination
  • Narasimha Chaturdasi is COMING
  • Cows Run, Jump to Spring Grass After a Long Winter

    From Chayadevi, ISCOWP Co-Managing Director: "We called the cows to the fresh spring grass of the back pasture. Happy cows ran, jumped, and mooed their joy! Once they reached the spring grass, they munched to their heart's content. All winter they have been eating hay with an occasional mouthful of grass from under the trees or from the front pasture when the weather turned warmer than usual. Lila shows us how blue flowers taste great too! Now from our back windows, we can watch the cows munching contentedly on the fresh spring grass."

    ISCOWP is the International Society for Cow Protection, Inc. (ISCOWP). Incorporated in the USA, March 1990, as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, tax-exempt organization. William and Irene Dove (Balabhadra das and Chayadevi dasi) are its founders. They are disciples of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the Founder-Acharya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). Through their spiritual master’s teachings, they have imbibed the practices and benefits, both spiritual and material, of lifetime cow protection.

  • A Play: Paramahamsa Thakur, Created by the Disciples of Kadamba Kanana Swami

    Paramahamsa Thakur is a play written by HH Tamal Krishna Goswami in glorification of HDG A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada and produced by the disciples of HH Kadamba Kanana Swami. It was created with the help of over 30 devotees with illustrators, video editors, a director, subtitles creator, translators, music composer and many voice actors.

  • Compassionate Communication by Ghanashyam Das, Professional Chaplain

    Communication is a basic human need. Our words can have deep lasting impressions on people. We can encourage or cut with our razor-sharp words. Compassion in the three modes of nature and spiritual compassion will be discussed. Srila Prabhupada’s compassion spurred a worldwide movement. Is compassionate communication a by-product of Krsna Consciousness? Tune in to find out and pick up some tools and tips for communicating compassionately! This presentation was organized by the ISKCON Alachua EOL Team. Catch it on:
    YouTube: ISKCON Alachua Hare Krishna Temple
    Facebook: ISKCON Alachua

  • ISKCON of Naperville Continues New Temple Construction - Local TV News Coverage

    ISKCON of Naperville, New Jersey is continuing its new temple construction and this has been reported in the local news channel, the Naperville Community Television (NCTV17).

    This next phase of construction was celebrated by an event onsite. This current phase is building the temple and community center while the next phase of the project will be to build a guest house and restaurant. 

  • Don't Let Prabhupada's Difficult Statements Become Difficulties
  • Mayapur & Bangladesh Emergency Covid-Relief Appeal

    Here is how to DONATE NOW to the Mayapur & Bangladesh Covid-Relief Appeal:

    For Mayapur:

       o To contribute via Payment Gateway (Razorpay) visit https://servemayapur.com/

      o Contribute via PayPal by using the id supportmayapur@mvtrust.org

         [Taxable for US citizens as a 501(c)3]

    For Bangladesh:

     o Contribute via PayPal by using the id covidbangladesh@iskcononline.com

          [Taxable for US citizens as a 501(c)3]

  • In Loving Memory of HG Pankajanghri Das

    Source: Mayapur Melodies 

    Song and music video by Sukanthi Radha dasi made when Pankajanghri prabhu was still physically with us, praying that he may recover. The song was adapted slightly after he left his body.

  • Happy Mothers Day: Celebrating Gratitude

    "Mothers hold their children's hands for a short while, but their hearts forever." On this beautiful day, let's celebrate our gratitude towards all the mothers & mother-like angles in our lives.

  • 'Spiritual Solutions' with Krishna Dharma

    Source: Kishori Jani

    Krishna Dharma Das is the acclaimed author of a number of English versions of Ancient Indian classics including Mahabharata, Ramayana and Panchatantra. He is also a broadcaster, appearing regularly on the BBC’s ‘Pause For Thought’, and has written many articles giving the Vedic spiritual perspective on current events. He is a student of His Divine Grace A.C.Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the Founder of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. His books are readily available on Amazon and through his website krishnadharma.com 

  • What It's Like To Work At A Crematorium In India As The Death Toll Mounts

    Source: Insider News

    How One Man Is Honoring The Dead As India's COVID-19 Death Toll Climbs

    India had 360,960 new COVID-19 cases in one day this week, marking the world's largest single-day total. The country has nearly 18 million infections and more than 200,000 people have already died. One man is doing what he can to honor those whose lives have been cut short by the virus. 

  • Moods of Kirtan, New Song Released by Gauravani Das

    Moods of Kirtan (feat. Yaitza "Jaya Sita" Lopez)

    Full poem with translation. Voice. Cello. Guitar. Beautiful. Simple. Epic.