ISKCON News is the news agency for the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. ISKCON News' mission is to be a reliable, balanced, and timely source of news about, and of interest to the devotees, friends and people interested in ISKCON.
To that end, ISKCON News strives to provide visitors with insightful and thought-provoking news and opinion via quality writing, photographic, audio, and video media. It is with this conviction that such a resource is meant to help to create a more well-informed and connected citizenry within ISKCON, and thus positively impact ISKCON's ability to carry out its mission.
ISKCON Malaysia aims to set a record of virtual lamp offering on the first day of Kartika.
The GBC’s Strategic Planning Team (SPT) will bring an Online Kartika Celebration that will take devotees on a trip to Sri Vrindavan Dham with some of ISKCON's most engaging speakers.
Romapada Swami said, "Covid has given us opportunity to do things that we were not able to do earlier... things that we always wanted to do but were not able to due to lack of time!!"
The modest ISKCON temple in Bhelupur, the heart of Varanasi, is now expanding and evolving into the impressive ‘Sri Sri Radha Gopal Mandir Vedic Indian Cultural Center’ (VICC).
Important TOVP Announcement from Ambarisa and Braja Vilasa Prabhus on opening date deferred.
For congregation members and families in ISKCON, deity worship at home has long been a major part of their spiritual practice, as well as a way to bond in service to the Lord.
The cabin where Shyamasundar Das, one of ISKCON’s earliest pioneers, worked on his ‘Chasing Rhinos With the Swami’ trilogy burned down last month in the Lionshead wildfire in Oregon, USA.
On Saturday the 24th of October, 2020 at approximately 5 pm Indian Standard Time, His Grace Jasomatinandana Prabhu left this planet. He had been hospitalized with Covid-19 for nearly two weeks and was in the city of Ahmedabad, India; he passed away today due to cardiac arrest.
Sometimes when we see a need, the solution is to step forward and fulfill it ourselves.
The Sacred Ecology Forum – which facilitates environmental activism and spiritual growth rooted in the Krishna Bhakti tradition – is presenting a special Eco-Bhakti weekend from October 23rd to 25th on Zoom.
The third annual Govindadvipa Mellows – a kirtan festival usually held on the island also known as Inis Rath in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland – will be held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.