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The ISKCON Redbridge centre, which is located in east London, opened with the aim of bringing together local devotees and to give others the opportunity to learn about and practice the process of Krsna consciousness. Now it is much than a venue – it serves as the focal point of the local devotee community. Celebrations […]
By Sandipani Muni Dasa For three years in a row, the Hare Krishna devotees from around London have been participating in the St. Patricks Day parade. Although it may not neccesarily be a Vaishnava festival, it is a great opportunity to share the Holy Name with the thousands of people who participate or watch the […]
Last week the Deities Sri Sri Nitai Gaurasundra traveled out of Bhaktivedanta Manor on their Padayatra Chariot to benedict any random living entity who happen to be on their path. We were fortunate to have their association and the association of HH Mahavishnu Swami who danced his way everyday through the busy streets of London. […]
When: Sunday 20th June 2010 Where: Hyde Park Corner to Trafalgar Square Time: Procession starts 12 noon from Hyde Park, South Carriage Drive Arrival Trafalgar Sq. 2.30pm Festival ends 5.30pm Highlight London’s ‘Ratha-yatra’ Festival of Chariots returns to the streets of the capital on Sunday 20th June 2010. London will be illuminated by the wonderful […]
Bhaktivedanta Manor hosted a special thank you evening for all those who organised Diwali in London (DIL) in 2009. In attendance were representatives from the ten Hindu organisations that were involved, as well DIL Committee Members and Trustees. ISKCON was the Chair of the DIL Committee in 2009 and was also a founder member eight […]
An annual highlight in Bhaktivedanta Manor’s calendar, Gita Jayanti is a celebration of Lord Krishna’s timeless dialogue with Arjuna. In the run up to the event over 1800 Bhagavad Gitas were sponsored by individuals and businesses for distribution. Several hundred people braved icy and dangerous driving conditions to participate in this year’s celebration at Bhaktivedanta […]
With festivals, everyone gets stuck in to put on a show that will leave you feeling blissful from the great kirtan (spiritual music), intrigued by the interactive discussions, overweight from the culinary delights and altogether mesmerised! The festivals are generally coordinated by the temples at which IPS has bases: Bhaktivedanta Manor (Watford), Birmingham, Leicester, or […]
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, […]
Dear Sankirtan devotees, Please accept my humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada! Ah yes, the Prabhupada Marathon — that glorious time of year when there is an intense focus on the distribution of our jewels of wisdom, Srila Prabhupada’s books. More books going out means more people are going to come in contact with […]
1969 was the year that the late George Harrison of the Beatles produced the chart-topping “Hare Krishna Mantra” single, and the Hare Krishnas made their first appearance on British television, singing live on Top of the Pops. It has been forty years since ISKCON made its first mark on the streets of London. The unmistakable […]
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