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A charity walk was organised by the combined efforts of Bhativedanta Manor and the Lotus Trust  to raise more funds.

The walk took place  Sunday 24th April from the Krishna Avanti Primary School on Camrose Avenue in Edgware, and reach Bhaktivedanta Manor  near Watford by about 12.30pm. The route was 6 miles long and there was over 100 walkers altogether.  Rajesh Agrawal, the Deputy Mayor of London for Business, was present and offered his whole-hearted support.

Participants of all ages stepped

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8955504281?profile=RESIZE_584xIndia is experiencing an enormous spike in COVID 19 cases and deaths. The country has set an unwelcome world record for new coronavirus infections, with 349,691 more cases in the last 24 hours. Patients are dying without oxygen amid Delhi surge with 1 death every 5 minutes.

The Lotus Trust, the welfare arm of Bhaktivedanta Manor in the UK is working with the ISKCON Temple in Delhi. This help has come at the most vital time for India.

The money raised by Lotus trust, in a matter of a few weeks ha

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8418763077?profile=RESIZE_584xCharity given out of duty, without expectation of return, at the proper time and place, and to a worthy person, is in the mode of goodness. (Bhagavad Gita 17:20)

Those who give such charity without the slightest inclination for any reciprocal return are those situated in sattva guna the mode of goodness. Such aspirants will offer danam at an auspicious place such as Kuruksetra where Lord Krishna spoke the Bhagavad-Gita or anywhere along the bank of the 20

00 miles long sacred river Ganga. They w

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