ISKCON Devotees Attend Rome Environmental Convergence
Jul12

ISKCON Devotees Attend Rome Environmental Convergence

Post Views: 658 Young religious environmental leaders from around the world, including four ISKCON devotees, attended an environmental “convergence” and march in Rome at the end of June. The event was put on by Our Voices, a New Jersey based international organization created to...

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ISKCON Temples To Be On India’s Tourist Maps
May31

ISKCON Temples To Be On India’s Tourist Maps

Post Views: 801 On Wednesday, 1st April 2015, Minister of State of Culture, Tourism & Civil Aviation Dr. Mahesh Sharma (who is also a MP from Gautam Budh Nagar, Nodia, UP, from BJP) visited the Noida ISKCON temple. The objective of the meeting was to seek the minister’s help in linking...

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Timeless Meditation
Oct01

Timeless Meditation

Post Views: 674 By: Vinay Raniga levitateblog.com on Sept. 26, 2014 Photo Credits: www.fastcompany.com “Meditation helps you to stop being yanked around by the voice in your head.” The Bhagavad Gita, the world’s oldest manual for meditation and yoga, speaks about how it  helps us...

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Hare Krishna Festival brings colour to Croome, Pershore, UK
Sep30

Hare Krishna Festival brings colour to Croome, Pershore, UK

Post Views: 690 By James Connell A TOUCH of the exotic brought a rainbow of colours to a country house during a vibrant Hare Krishna festival. Croome was overflowing with vivid colours at the weekend (Saturday, September 13 and Sunday, September 14) as the Hare Krishnas celebrated their time at...

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New Vrindaban’s 3rd Festival of Colors Draws Media and 5,000 People
Sep30

New Vrindaban’s 3rd Festival of Colors Draws Media and 5,000 People

Post Views: 618 By : Vrindavan Das ISKCON News on Sept. 19, 2014 New Vrindaban’s third annual Festival of Colors brought out 5,000 participants to “color their lives and throw their worries to the wind!” Thousands of people chanting, dancing and, of course, throwing colors...

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Kitchen Yoga
Aug08

Kitchen Yoga

Post Views: 647 “..one seriously eager to achieve transcendental perfection, Kṛṣṇa consciousness, must eat kṛṣṇa-prasādam. Such food is sāttvika, or in the material quality of goodness, but when offered to Kṛṣṇa it becomes transcendental. Our Kṛṣṇa consciousness movement distributes...

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