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My dear Maharaj ji:s, Prabhu ji’s and Mataji’s
Please accept my most humble obeisances!
All glories to Srila Prabhupada!

With immense gratitude and pleasure, we will like to share this GOOD NEWS with all of you !
We have achieved the GOAL for the collection for PHASE-2 to purchase the adjacent land to Srila Prabhupada Birthplace. As you know, in Phase1, we purchased around 3,600 square feet of land. Now in PHASE-2 we will have another 4,600 Square feet land. SO NOW WE HAVE GOT around 8,200 squ

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By the EuroGBC

This paper aims to present the contribution of Bhaktivinoda Thakur to the establishment and development of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). It regards his personal life as the role model for the practitioners of Vaisnavism, and it considers his input in expanding preaching techniques, both innovative and traditional ones.

Bhaktivinoda Thakur: role model for ISKCON members

Being born in a non-Vaisnava family, educated in Christian and Westernized Hindu

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The other day I had to make a long train journey to Manchester, some three hours north of London, so I took the opportunity to read Navadwipa Mahatmya by Srila Bhaktivinode Thakura. In this book, which is an account of Nityananda Prabhu taking Jiva Goswami on a pilgrimage around the holy land of Navadwipa, Bhaktivinode Thakura describes the simultaneous oneness and difference of Sri Vrindavan Dhama and Sri Navadwipa Dhama. In Vrindavan Krsna dances with the gopis, and in Navadwipa, the holy pla

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By Madhava Smullen

An ISKCON devotee has been nominated co-chair of the UN Multifaith Advisory Council on Religion and Development.

Gopal Lila Das (Gopal Patel) is Director of the Bhumi Project, an environmental effort of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies. He also co-leads The Sacred Ecology Forum at the Bhakti Center in New York City, and is an advisor to the Climate Action Task Force at the Parliament of the World’s Religions.

His relationship with the UN goes back ten years to 2009, whe

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