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On 25th May 2012, Hari das and Vidura das from ISKCON Coventry along with their special guest Pundarik Goswami of the Radharaman Temple in Vrindavan were invited to attend the Golden Jubilee (50th Anniversary) celebrations of Coventry Cathedral. Amongst the many distinguished guests were Princess Anne and The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Dr Rowan Williams.
The following day another event was organised by Coventry’s religious organisations and community groups where the Archbishop of Canterbury was the again the special guest. During the event Vidura das, Vice Temple President of ISKCON Coventry had the opportunity to speak on the relevance of Bhagavad Gita in the modern age and presented a copy of Srila Prabhupadas The Bhagavad Gita As It Is to the The Archbishop of Canterbury. It was very happily recieved.
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