Iskcon in the UK

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- Scotland
- Newcastle
- Manchester
- Birmingham
- Coventry
- Leicester
- Swansea
- Bhaktivedanta Manor

Iskcon in Ireland

- Belfast
- Inis Rath
- Dublin
- Govindas Dublin
- Ratha Yatra Dublin

Iskcon UK Services

- IES
- London
- Pandava Sena
- Rathayatra
- Bhaktivedanta Manor Primary School
- New Gokul
- MWW



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Avatar’s reversal of fortune

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With the dazzling 3D-vortex of colours, actions and emotions, James Cameron’s Avatar seems to have given everyone something to rave about. But let’s get it straight – Avatar is a downright misnomer for this latest new blockbuster. No, not because, sadly for Hare Krishna moviegoers, the film’s got nothing to do with Hinduism except its […]


Mayapur Temple of the Vedic Planetarium Website Launched

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Dear Devotees, Please accept my humble obeisances _/\ò_. All glories to Srila Prabhupada! We are happy to announce that the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium website is now live and online at: http://www.tovp.org Please forward this link to your contacts that would like to keep updated with progress on the new ISKCON Mayapur temple. Your […]


George the Vaishnava

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The annual George Harrison Evening on 29th November was particularly noteworthy because Shyamasundar das and Gurudas were present. Shyamasundar das was the first devotee to meet George Harrison in London, and the last to say goodbye the day before he passed away in 2001. He was able to speak about George as a friend, not […]


Sivarama Swami awarded the Gold Cross

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His Holiness Sivarama Swami, a prominent spiritual leader in ISKCON, received the Gold Cross award of the Hungarian Republic from Dr. Karoly Manherz, State Secretary for Higher Education and Research. This was in appreciation of his charitable, humanitarian and value creating work. The function, which took place at the Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest, […]


New book published “When the Sun Shines”

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Ranchor Prime’s long-awaited book is now published and available at the Manor. “When the Sun Shines” tells the story of how the young Hare Krishna devotees came to Britain in the 1960’s. It is a touching and personal account of spiritual adventure, when visions of uplifting the world fired an entire generation. “I can’t remember […]


Chinna Jeeyar Swami visits England

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Vaishnava sannyasis from the deep south come to the far north Recently, on a south India train journey from Tirupati to Chennai, a middle-aged man sat down opposite me. His distinctive tilak markings made it obvious which philosophical school he belonged to: the Tenkalai sect of the Sri Vaishnava sampradaya. It wasn’t long before we […]


Faiths join for local environmental project

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As part of National Interfaith Week (15th- 21st November), devotees from Bhaktivedanta Manor joined members of the Northwood and Pinner Liberal Synagogue as well as local Christians to clean up Maxwell Park in Borehamwood. “It was a great morning for an environmental clean-up and the sun was shining,” explained Sita Rama das. “It was enlivening […]


Feeding of 5000 to highlight food waste

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A team of volunteers from a variety of backgrounds was assembled to help ISKCON Food for Life director Parasuram das chop vegetables at the Manor. The operation was a key part of an affiliation of campaigners, charities and supporters co-operating to serve lunch to 5,000 members of the public in central London to highlight the […]


Watford Interfaith Pilgrimage

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Radha Mohan das joined members of the Watford Interfaith Association, local faith representatives and the Mayor of Watford Dorothy Thornhill on a pilgrimage across the multicultural town of Watford. The journey included a Synagogue, a Church of England and Catholic Church, a Mosque and a Gurudwara.


Hare Krishna festival lifts Londoners’ spirits

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Over 25,000 people participated in the 37th London “Ratha-yatra Carnival of Chariots” last Sunday 17th July 2005. The annual Hare Krishna festival was a colourful display of London’s multicultural and multi-faith community. Three 40-foot high colourful chariots carrying the deities of Lord Jagannatha, Lady Subhadra and Lord Balarama were hand-pulled by a 5,000 strong procession, […]


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