An office of the ISKCON Daiva Varnashrama Ministry and Sahyadri Sri Krishna Balarama Kshetra promoting Rural development based on cow protection, Vedic agriculture and Rural technologies were inaugurated today 1-1-2012 in the town of Hebri, Syndicate Bank complex, Karkalla taluk, Udupi District with the blessings of His Holiness Bhakti Raghava Swami
Yamuna Devi, a pioneer and influential early western convert of the Hare Krishna movement, the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), passed away early yesterday morning in Melbourne Beach, Florida
The Sampraj√Īa Institute is honored to announce that Dr. Yvette Claire Rosser has assumed the role of chief editor for the Institute‚Äôs Dialectical Spiritualism book project, which will present a critique of Marxism from the point of view of the Vedic tradition
On Sunday 28th March Bhaktivedanta Manor Krishna Temple near Watford held its annual Rama Navami celebration, which observes the birth of Lord Rama
On January 27, 2009, the religious leader of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, US citizen B. B. Govinda Swami, was deported from the airport of Almaty while attempting to enter Kazakhstan. The officials have given no explanation.
Jul 14 2008 Official Statement from Bhaktivedanta Manor
Yesterday, July 13, 2008 the Child Protection Office released its official decision in a case regarding allegations against Gauri das of the UK yatra, for events occuring during his tenure as a teacher at the ISKCON-affiliated school in Vrindavana, India, during the 1990's.
While the level of humor contained in the film is crass, the comedy has drawn significant attention even before its official opening - both pro and con - and from Hindu-Americans concerned that it violates appropriate boundaries in dealing with a religious subject.
Peter Ainsworth MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and Shailesh Vara MP, Shadow Deputy Leader of the House of Commons visited Bhaktivedanta Manor in Watford on Monday 11th March. The shadow ministers met with His Grace Gauri Das, President of the Temple.
Hundreds of students and Hindu leaders will join devotees to re-enact the RSPCA's killing of the temple cow Gangotri just as scores of people will make a tumultuous sound by blowing on sacred conch-shells outside Parliament Square on 13th February 2008.
Digitaries travelled from all over the country to take part in Bhaktivedanta Manor's 'Bhumi Puja' ceremony on Sunday 3rd February.
Dec 26 2007 Peaceful protest outside the RSPCA
Hundreds of Hindus, whose temple cow was deceitfully killed by the RSPCA today held a peaceful protest outside the RSPCA headquarters in Horsham, Sussex and simultaneous prayers were conducted at Bhaktivedanta Manor in Hertfordshire where the cow known as Gangotri was slaughtered by lethal injection.
There will be simultaneous prayers conducted at Bhaktivedanta Manor in Hertfordshire, the place where the cow was slaughtered by lethal injection, despite the RSPCA's assurances the previous day that nothing further would happen until legalities had been explored.
Sep 27 2007 Vrindavan Conservation
To revive the sanctity of the pilgrimage town of Vrindavan Friends of Vrindavan began its Clean Vrindavan Programme in 1997. Since then it has accomplished several projects successfully. It cleaned every corner of the town over a decade long time.
On Wednesday 4th July outside the Victoria and Albert Museum opposite the Kazakhstan Embassy, there was singing and dancing but behind this was anger at the continued persecution of devotees in Kazakhstan.