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Hare Krishna summer camp coming soon. Whoever feels inspired to learn how to follow Srila Prabhupada strictly and engage in the missionary activities of saving the whole world by distributing Srila Prabhupada’s books and taking care of those who read them and become devotees, DO NOT MISS this great opportunity. The whole festival is free of charge and the only thing you need to do is to book your space and come with lots of enthusiasm, and remember that while here, you are going to practice spiritual life. Our special guests will stay with us for the whole festival and will be available for personal guidance as well. We will have a lot of kirtan and krishna katha throughout the day. Check again for more update and the detailed schedule coming soon. Hare Krishna
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Lake Island Retreats
Discover your relationship with your body, mind and soul. Includes Yoga, meditation, massage options, walking and Eastern philosophy.
Hare Krishna Island
The island is 7 miles from Belturbet in north Co. Cavan and 7 miles from Lisnaskea in south Co. Fermanagh
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