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Sabbatical 2011 After completing the bhakta course or similar training programme, sabbatical is an introduction to the ideal practice of KC, with the focus of internal development and application. This will be two part programme with a focus on four areas: Sanga (Association): Devotees need to experience deep relationships that everyone is yearning for, through […]
Diwali in London: Ushma from ISKCON Pandava Sena performed prayers and w London a happy Diwali during the opening ceremony of this y Diwali in London, in Trafalgar Square. ISKCON also manage media desk in conjunction with the Mayor’s Office and Diwal London (DIL) Committee, overseen by Bhasker Rughani. To view the rest of the […]
At £3 a litre, New Gokul will be selling the most expensive milk in the UK. However, demand is already outstripping supply. Hailed as a blue-print for the future of farming, the cows at the New Gokul project have been described as living in the “Hilton of farms”. The care received by the 44 cows […]
Radhashtami is the celebration of the advent of Shrimati Radharani in this world over five thousand years ago. Lord Krishna is the male aspect of God, the energetic source of the supreme energy, and Shrimati Radharani is the female aspect, the energy. So when Krishna descends, Shrimati Radharani also descends. On this day in particular, […]
You are cordially invited to celebrate the anniversary of the birth of Lord Sri Krishna, who appeared in this world approximately 5,000 years ago. This festival at Bhaktivedanta Manor is the largest of its kind outside India, attracting over 70,000 visitors during a two-day period. You will get to experience a glimpse into the mystic […]
The Lotus Trust, the welfare arm of Bhaktivedanta Manor Hare Krishna Temple raised thousands for local charities, including the Great Ormond Street Hospital during a Charity Walk on Sunday 18th July. This year’s Walk was themed ‘walking with the cows’ as there were over fifty walkers dressed as cows! Walkers included a grandmother aged 93 […]
Running out of ideas how to occupy your kids? Join us on our Children’s Fun Day, jam packed with fun for all ages. Keeping children active and engaged during their summer vacation is very important for their social and educational success. The Children’s Fun Day will be full of multiple ways to ripen your experience […]
Sat-sanga literally means “association of Krishna’s devotees.” Through such association one develops spiritual knowledge and finds fresh inspiration in their devotional life. It is undoubtedly one of the most important aspects of Krishna Consciousness. There are over 25 sanga gatherings in different locations across London. They typically take place at someone’s home on a fixed […]
Seventy-five saffron-clad celibate monks known as brahmacharis, from European countries as diverse as France, Ireland, Poland, Norway, Finland and the UK, converged on Bhaktivedanta Manor near London from June 18th to 23rd this year, to attend the second annual European Brahmachari Convention. Born from an idea by ISKCON guru Prahladananda Swami, the Convention aims to […]
Initiation – A personal commitment – By Jagannath Sharan das. During the auspicious month of Purushottama, on the eleventh day of the waxing phase of the moon, known as Padmini Ekadasi, fifty candidates received initiation from His Holiness Radhanath Swami, a spiritual teacher and travelling monk, author of the autobiographical “The Journey Home.” The following […]
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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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