Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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In 2004, the long-dormant Mayapur Journal was given new life through the generous support of Ambarisa Prabhu, in order to start bringing worldwide thought, consciousness, and attention to Mayapur in preparation for the buiding of the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium. After a couple of years, we changed the Journal into a full-size, full-color publication and renamed it Mayapur Magazine. People everywhere loved its new look, new size, and new personality, sharing expressions of Mayapur’s bhakti culture, capturing its essence through poetry, photography, commentaries, thought, and song. 
Mayapur Magazine flourished for almost 2 years, when Ambarisa restructured his service to confine his financial energies into the actual building of the Temple and not all the auxiliary departments that had functioned around the TOVP. Management in Mayapur did offer to take over funding, but their mood was very different from the characteristics the magazine embodied, and so it took a vacation.
Plans are in the ether to recommence publishing online in the same format as the old magazines. Meanwhile, we offer you the archived issues from 2006-2007. Enjoy…

 

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Mystical Mayapur Articles

Mayapur Meditation

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Knowing Sri Mayapur As It Is -2

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Navadvipa mandala parikrama
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janmastami
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