Hare Krsna, welcome!
Iskcon in the UK
Iskcon in Ireland
Iskcon UK Services
Articles and News
Page added on September 10, 2012
The Temple of The Vedic Planetarium is a unique and ambitious project aiming to reconcile the two main aspects of human search for truth: science and religion. It is being built on the bank of the holy river Ganges, in Mayapur, West Bengal, India.
On September 5th, a new film has been released documenting the first steps in realizing this unique project worth the world’s attention.
Th film is entitled as “The Temple of the Vedic Planetarium, Part One – The Cosmos out of the Rice Fields”. It is a half an hour long, and is featuring ISKCON-founder Srila Prabhupada arriving in the US, starting the Mayapur project with some of his early disciples, the decades of struggle in realizing his vision, and finally the beginning of the constructions.
The film also dwells on the subject whether science and religion could truly be reconciled.
The film’s executive producer is Alfred B. Ford (Ambarisa Das), its director/writer/producer is Krisztina Danka, PhD (Krishna-lila dasi).
Vegetarianism, Retreats and more
Can a vegetarian diet improve or restore health?
Since the 1960s, scientists have suspected that a meat-based diet is somehow related to the development of arteriosclerosis and heart disease.
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
LATEST NEWS HEADLINES
ALSO IN THE NEWSRegulations for Commencing the Service of Diksa-guru in ISKCON
From the Governing Body Commission of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (Editor’s note: This is the 318 of the 2014 GBC resolutions. You can find the Minutes Of The 2014 Annual General Meeting in our archives section or directly here) [ISKCON Law] Preamble ISKCON’s ethos of multiple diksa- and siksa-gurus serving under the auspices […]
MORE STORIES“Back to Godhead” means Back to Godhead
ADVERTISINGClick here to see advertised ISKCON projects and devotee business on this site
Vaishnava Calendar Reminder ServiceReminders sent to your email about upcoming events - Ekadasi, Festivals, etc. Click to subscribe.
MORE NEWS HEADLINES
Count per Day