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By Ravindra Svarupa dasa
In Sanskrit the word haṁsa is the name for both a bird and an advanced yogī. The bird has such estimable qualities that its very name became applied to the spiritual practitioner.
In English, Prabhupāda followed a well-established convention and rendered haṁsa as “swan.”…Continue
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The family of vaisnavas is somehow or other our support. Prabhupada made this movement a very personal one. In the beginning, we overlook how important relationships are because we are not used to it. In the material world, when a relationship does not work, you just cut it off and try another one……Continue
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By Uddhava Bandhu Das
The yearly boat festival in Vrindavan, part of the Gaura Purnima celebrations, is most popular amongst the devotees. The sunken courtyard of Krishna Balaram Mandir is flooded and becomes a beautiful kund where small Radha Shyamasundara…Continue
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By Sri Nandanandana dasa (Stephen Knapp)
As we look around the world, or watch and read the news, practically everywhere is affected by some kind of natural disaster. Floods are displacing millions of people, forest fires are destroying thousands of acres and burning out of…Continue
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Gunacuda Dasi: Sri Mayapur International School has a service opportunity for an Early Years teacher beginning in August 2016.
We require a trained teacher for our class of 4 and 5 year old students. The…
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ISKCON Communications Conference 2016.
On the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of ISKCON we have a very interesting and rich Conference with many known speakers:
- Srila Prabhupada The Greatest Communicator by Anuttama…
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How Did ISCOWP Start?
By Balabhadra dasa
In 1981, our family (myself, Chayadevi, son Baladeva and daughter Lakshmi) moved to the farm community called Gita Nagari in the state of Pennsylvania, USA.…Continue
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By Radha Mohan das
As part of ISKCON’s 50th Anniversary celebrations, Bhaktivedanta Manor’s main drama group The Bhaktivedanta Players were invited to perform in ISKCON Mayapur for its huge international Gaura Purnima festival.
As part of the evening stage program, they…Continue
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Los Angeles temple wins 3 awards!
Los Angeles temple (New Dwarka) recently received 3 major awards in India during the 2016 Mayapur Gaur Purnima Festival.
#1 book distribution award for best temple in North America 2015. #1 book…
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One of my favourite quotes is from the business mentor Stephen Covey, who said that the main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing. In other words, don’t lose your focus. To achieve that of course, I need to have a clear aim in life on which to focus. For many years I grappled with that, not…Continue
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“Drishti – Bharat Leads The World” | Mega Youth Festival | 20th March 2016 | ISKCON Pune
On the auspicious occasion of ISKCON’s Golden Jubilee, to fulfill the desire of Srila Prabhupada and GBC, we made our humble and best attempts. With little or no idea to start with, the…Continue
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Humility is our main topic of the day. I was thinking that humility also includes other qualities. For example, humility includes forgiveness because if you cannot forgive then there is no question of being humble. Forgiveness comes because we do not consider ourselves so important. When we…Continue
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In the course of his Skype call to devotees in Mumbai, during their Mitrotsava, Giriraj Swami read some verses from Srimad-Bhagavatam (7.15.25-27):
rajas tamas ca sattvena
sattvam copasamena ca
etat sarvam gurau…
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So we were happy that Srila Prabhupada was going to travel all over India with the buses. So we'll get to travel with him also. So could I travel? Different devotees were proposing. Giriraj from Mumbai was proposing, "Oh I will make life members where ever we go, there are rich people some businessmen, industrialists. I could make some life members, could I go Srila Prabhupada?" Srila Prabhupada would respond by, "Hmm" only. And Bhakti Svarupa Damodara Maharaj, everywhere there are some…Continue
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Srila Prabhupada stayed downtown and held public lectures series in Mumbai. This was the last public lectures series. Seven days in the evening was Krishna festivals. He spoke very strongly. Physically he was so unwell and we had to lift him and put him on the vyasasana, but once he had a microphone, he was roaring like a lion. His topic was “The modern civilization is a…
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We used to go all the time to pick up Srila Prabhupada or dropped him at the airport. Once Prabhupada was in the plane, we would go to the top of the terminal building and we would always keep saying, 'That aircraft Srila Parbhupada is sitting,now its going to the runway, now it is taking off, now its taken off.' And we would keep…
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