Drutakarma Das Working on New Book About Extreme Human Antiquity
In a Pandemic Is There a Secret of Health?
The book, Drutakarma says, “Is composed of new cases of archeological evidence that are consistent with Vedic and Puranic accounts of very ancient human presence on this planet.”
A Devotee-Researcher's Perspective on COVID-19: Cures and Cautions
In this unprecedented period in the world’s history where health has been come a constant source of concern, a pure devotee can give us some secrets of health.
The Bhakti Body
The lives of our devotees are too precious, and we must not adapt to any relaxed approaches to this serious health risk.
Fifty-Bed Secondary Care Hospital to Be Built at ISKCON Mayapur
Foundations for Optimal Health Presented By Vaishnavi Ministry North America
As WHO Reports Record One-Day Rise in Global Coronavirus Cases, Devotee Doctor Gives Guidance on Health and Safety
The convenient service will save patients a journey to a hospital in Kolkata and will provide them with high quality treatment in a more personalized way and at a much more affordable cost.
Fund Established to Care for Varsana Swami Amidst Health Challenges
With a second wave expected in the fall and winter, Nila Madhava Das (Dr. Neeraj Verma), a practicing anesthesiologist who was part of the COVID-19 team at Sinai Hospital and Northwest Hospital in Maryland, USA, has also weighed in on how the coronavirus works.
Bhaktivedanta Research Centre’s Bengali Course Will Allow Devotees to Read Gaudiya Vaishnava Texts in Original Language
A beloved long-time resident of New Vrindaban and dedicated disciple of Srila Prabhupada, Varsana Swami has been battling Chronic Lyme Syndrome for several years.
ISKCON Mayapur to Open Its Gates for Visitors
The new Bengali course is a cohesive piece of the Bhaktivedanta Research Centre’s broader efforts.
ISKCON New Zealand Returns to Normal As Country Lifts All Restrictions
The ISKCON Chandradoya temple, Mayapur, will be opened for devotees, pilgrims and visitors from Sunday, 5th July onwards. However, to implement precautionary measures some restrictions have been imposed.
Atma Paradigm Webinar Series with Akhandadhi Das
New Zealand has been widely praised for its aggressive response to COVID-19, aiming for an elimination strategy early on that many thought would not work. On March 25th, when the country only had 205 COVID-19 cases and no deaths, the government announced Alert Level 4 and implemented one of the strictest lockdowns in the world.
Bhaktivedanta Institute Gainesville Launches “Mapping Post-materialism” Project
Starting on Thursday 18th June 2020, Akhandadhi das ACBSP has been presenting live on Facebook and YouTube, ‘The Atma Paradigm.’ This ground-breaking webinar series shines the light of Srimad Bhagavatam philosophy onto modern scientific findings.
The GBC Executive Committee Issues Statement About Coronavirus
More and more scientists, philosophers, psychologists etc. reject the notion that philosophical materialism is the natural or necessary philosophy of rational and scientific thinking.
New Book: Leadership Lessons from the Bhagavad Gita
On March 12th, 2020, the Executive Committee of ISKCON's Governing Body Commission issued a statement about the suggested protocol for temples and individuals to follow during the corona virus pandemic.
Australia’s Gold Coast: A Goldmine of Hare Krishna Restaurants
A new book ‘Leadership Lessons from the Bhagavad Gita’ wonderfully combines the two worlds of management and spirituality. The author Ace V. Simpson, a.k.a. Shri Prahlada Das is a well-known kirtaniya from Australia, but he is also a scholar with a Ph.D. and now teaches at Brunel Business School in London, UK.
ISKCON Child Protection Director Appointed as UK Magistrate
“There are many vegan and vegetarian places on the Gold Coast – but the most successful ones are the Hare Krishnas,” says Nitai Chandra.
Bhaktivedanta Academy Receives Grant for Science Education
Kamlesh Krishna Das will be serving within the Magistrate Court, which handles 95% of all legal cases in the UK. He was officially appointed and sworn in on Srila Prabhupada’s Bhagavad-gita As It Is on April 1st, and will be based primarily in Hertfordshire.
Bhakti & Science - Village to Village
The new grant will provide high quality anatomical models of different bodily systems for the students to study, which are normally too expensive for the school to buy.
Kirtan Sound Engineers Raise Awareness About Harmful Sound Levels
Murali Gopal Das, a physicist based in Gainesville, Florida, during his recent summer tour in Europe has enthoused devotee scientists to work together and use their special talents for Krishna.
Divya’s Kitchen Voted in the Top 10 Restaurant in Manhattan
Sacinandana Swami once joked: “The scriptures predict that as Kali Yuga progresses, devotees will play musical instruments so loud that people will not be able to hear the maha-mantra anymore.” That might make you crack a smile, but the background isn’t so funny.
A Treasure Trove of Vaishnava Literature
What makes this achievement even more unique is that Divya’s Kitchen is the only vegetarian/vegan restaurant on the list.
Hidden History of the Human Race Videos on Gaia
The library is home to the collection of thousands of works, including the personal diary of Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura, some original handwritten articles by Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura, and a 200-page songbook handwritten by Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura.
“Mysteries of the Sacred Universe” Seminar in New York
Sadaputa Dasa and Drutakarma Dasa’s Videos, Hidden History of the Human Race Parts 1 & 2, air on Gaia TV Network Starting July 12th
The Bhaktivedanta National School in Mayapur
On June 16, organized by the Bhaktivedanta Institute for Higher Studies, Murali Gopal Das presented a lively seminar at New York City’s Bhakti Center. Murali Gopal holds a Ph.D. in physics from Ohio University, has served an internship at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
Zero Waste Mayapur
Children from any cultural background or religion may join the school, and Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs and ISKCON children learn and grow in harmony, having equal respect for each others’ religion and background.
The managers of the spiritual city of Mayapur are doing their best to keep the ISKCON premises clean from garbage waste.