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Lord Jagannatha is coming. 2020 was the first year without a New York Ratha Yatra parade in 45 years – instead, Lord Jagannatha was driven down Fifth Avenue in a minivan, along with a virtual online celebration.
ISKCON Devotee Care and GBC SPT extend their heartfelt condolences to the families of the departed devotees
May 31st commemorates the 100th year anniversary of the Tulsa massacre, avoided in most school courses and books on American history
In a five-day festival from May 22nd to 26th, ISKCON of Sydney, Australia celebrated the 50th anniversary of the installation of their presiding Deities Sri Sri Radha Gopinatha.
Ireland’s main temple, on the Hare Krishna island of Inis Rath – also known as Govindadwipa and located on Lough Erne in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland – is set to undergo major renovations.
With a very heavy heart we would like to inform you that on May 27, 2021 (Pratipat & Appearance tithi of Sri Narada Muni), H. G. Mahaprabhu das left his body. He was in very good health and spirits till his last breath and finally left due to a cardiac arrest, at his home in Mumbai.
Reflections from an interfaith event on the bayou on Akshya Tritiya
On June 4th, Bhaktivedanta Academy – a Montessori school serving the New Raman Reti community in Alachua, Florida – will reach a successful end to its most challenging year so far.
How do we have a happy, Krishna conscious marriage? To find out, we interviewed Partha Das and Uttama Dasi, members of the Grihastha Vision Team and themselves a happily married couple who are about to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.
Saturday, June 5th from 5-8 pm EST on https://www.facebook.com/kirtantoronto. A jam-packed event involving many speakers including HH Radhanath Swami, HH Jayapataka Swami, HH Bhakti Purushottam Swami, and will feature kirtaniyas including Gaura Vani Das, and Amala Kirtan Das, and more. In addition, a special Nrsimha Yagna will be performed live from New Vrindaban, West Virginia.