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Cow Culture conference 2018 – California

On Sunday, May 20, 2018, a conference on Cow Culture was held at the India Community Center, Milpitas, California, which is located on the...

ISKCON devotees celebrate Lord Jagannath Snan yatra

On the auspicious day of jyesht purnima ,  which falls this year on Monday, June 20, 2016, ISKCON Baroda will observe the ancient festival...

South Vrindavan – ISKCON devotees open new Temple in Kerala, India

Over this past weekend, from Friday May 6 through Sunday May 8, the South Vrindavan temple by ISKCON devotees at Puthur village, Thrissur District, Kerala,...

ISKCON to build another Temple at Sri Jagannath Puri

Jagannath Puri is one of the four holy “dhamas”, sacred places of pilgrimage, described in the Puranas and is visited by thousands of Hindus on a...

ISKCON Kondaveedu performs Bhumi puja for a new temple

Kondavvedu is a historical place, where Rajas (Kings) of the then Reddy dynasty built a fort on a hill, located in the Guntur district of...

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Connecting Emotions, Health and Spirituality

Lately we have been hearing varied opinions on how emotions, positive and negative, affect one's health. A decade or two back, if someone made...

How to determine authenticity of online content

As a parent you may be proud of your school-going child for being an expert at finding information online. How often do you suspect...

Mayapur Meditation

I look outside my window and see the tall Kadamba tree blossoming with beautiful Kadamba flowers all over. This is the first in this...
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Learning more about Sri Krishna on Janmastami day

Did you ever ask yourself why, if Krishna was born only some 5000 years ago, His Name appears in Vedas and Puranas, which are...

Jayapataka Swami – The “Gentle Giant”

Today, when deceitfulness and hypocrisy have become the way of life for the majority of the population, when humility is considered weakness and simplicity...