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Because Iskcon is a spiritual holistic society it means Iskcon can demonstrate the alternative to capitalism. When defining the original and conclusive purposes of Iskcon Srila Prabhupada also included a lifestyle principle as well as many other spiritual practices. The 6th purpose of Iskcon is aimed and directed to all members of Iskcon towards their […]
The devotees who work on New Gokul farm would like to invite you to the cows’ favourite day of the year—the day when they are let out onto the lush green grass after a winter inside the barns. It is a great time to see the cows and bulls at their most energetic. They race […]
Somewhere in England, the Quiet Beatle’s farm champions Ahimsa dairy. Marianne Landzettel: Travel north outside of London and you will have reached Bhaktivedanta Manor, the sprawling 17-acre Hertfordshire countryside estate that George Harrison purchased in 1973 for the followers of Lord Krishna. Home to the UK chapter of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), […]
Thirty-two high quality nominations were received for Hertfordshire (UK) based “Building Futures” Awards, ranging from household extensions to a large public space regeneration project. This year, the “Design Excellence Award” was given the Bhaktivedanta Manor`s newly constructed goshalla and visitor center. This new complex of buildings has been designed to support Bhaktivedanta Manor in the […]
From Hertfordshire County Council’s website:- Name of project: New Goshala (dairy farm and visitor centre) at Bhaktivedanta Manor, Aldenham Client: International Society for Krishna Consciousness Architect: Malcolm Pawley Architects Ltd Category: Design Excellence This new complex of buildings has been designed to support Bhaktivedanta Manor in the continuation of its ethical farming and cow protection […]
The world’s largest Janmashtami festival outside of India at Bhaktivedanta Manor attracted more than 60,000 pilgrims on 21st and 22nd August. This year celebrated the launch of the Ahimsa Dairy Foundation, which sells milk from cows that will be retired when their milking days are over and uses bulls to work the land. Ahimsa means […]
The London 360 team have done it again and bring you all the best news and events from around London. In this segment is being nicely presented the cow protection project enacted by the Iskcon Hare Krishna devotees of the Bhaktivedanta Manor. (The whole episode is available here)
By Paul Lee and Chris Hewett Production of the most expensive pint of milk in the UK will be expanded after Hare Krishna farmers in Aldenham agreed a deal with a Kent dairy. Ahimsa milk, costing £2.40 per litre, or £1.70 a pint, is currently produced at Bhaktivedanta Manor, in Hilfield Lane, Aldenham, but officials […]
Thirty devotees from ISKCON farms all over Europe attended the fourth annual ISKCON European Farm Conference from May 10th through 12th this year, hoping to gain inspiration as well as practical advice for their various rural projects. Devotees hailed from farms in England, Sweden, Czech, Slovakia, New Mayapur in France, and Hungary. Some wanted to […]
The Ahimsa milk revolution began on Friday 6th May at Bhaktivedanta Manor. Leading figures from the organic dairy farming world met at the Manor to visit New Gokul Farm and sign papers of agreement for the production of Ahimsa slaughter -free milk. After an ox-cart ride to the new barns, the gathering participated in a […]
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