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We all know that Govindas are very special places and specifically they help ISKCON communities in at least four different ways. Most obviously they provide us with delicious and nutritious food. The dishes are freshly cooked on the premises each day; there is a wide variety of meal options; and all the meals are first […]
Can it prevent certain diseases? Advocates of vegetarianism have said yes for many years, although they didn’t have much support from modern science until recently. Now, medical researchers have discovered evidence of a link between meat-eating and such killers as heart disease and cancer, so they’re giving vegetarianism another look. Since the 1960s, scientists have […]
The meaning of Ekadasi Ekadasi is a day of austerity regularly observed by those who follow sanatana-dharma or Krishna consciousness. “Eka” means “one” and dasi is the feminine form of the word “dasa”, which means “ten”. Ekadasi is thus the eleventh day of both the dark and light fortnight of each month. On these special […]
Are you one of those growing number of people who have decided that meat eating is wrong whichever way you look at it – either morally, ethically, economically, spiritually or for health reasons? If the answer is no, consider the following facts: Moral and Ethical reasons In 2000 in the UK 700 million innocent animals […]
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Recently, a devotee shared their perspective on the perpetual “fall of the jiva” question. The devotee’s position is this: the Bhagavada Gita says once we go back to Godhead we never return, their Guru confirms this, and those who disagree are guilty of philosophical deviation. I had previously formed my own opinion about the jiva […]
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