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By Tapana Mishra Dasa and Balimardana Das

Viplavah 2021 Global Education Symposium, hosted by the ISKCON Ministry of Education 

Dates: July 29th – Aug 1st 2021

Registration: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0vcuCtrjkoH9AT4P7zTX-56DQN-5l998OG

Location: Zoom -  https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0vcuCtrjkoH9AT4P7zTX-56DQN-5l998OG

FaceBook Event:  https://fb.me/e/7a2FdM4JK

Event Type: Ted-talk style presentations for 15 mins followed by 10 minutes Q&A with each speaker, interactive engagement

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7947943501?profile=RESIZE_584xBy Madhava Smullen 

International Shravanam Week, run by the ISKCON Ministry of Education from September 3rd to 9th, has facilitated and encouraged devotees worldwide to regularly read ISKCON Founder-Acarya Srila Prabhupada’s books by providing resources, inspiration and guidelines. The Week is part of a larger effort, “Books Are the Basis,” to “enhance the culture of reading Srila Prabhupada’s books globally.”The promotional flyer for Shravanam Week

Shravanam Week was officially added to ISK

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ISKCON Shravanam Week Announcement

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Books are the Basis

(https://iskconeducation.org/books-are-the-basis/)

On 13th August 2020, we celebrated the most auspicious appearance day of our beloved and respected Srila Prabhupada. Every faithful follower of ISKCON certainly wishes to have Srila Prabhupada present in his or her life, always. In this regard, we are reminded of the following excerpt from a press conference that was held on July 16, 1975, San Francisco:
Reporter (2): What will happen to the movement in the United States whe

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By Madhava Smullen 

Since it was established, the ISKCON Ministry of Education’s aim has been to provide Krishna conscious education of high quality to everyone through temples, educational institutions and various global initiatives. 

Last year, in February 2019, the Ministry held its first annual symposium in Mayapur, West Bengal. Entitled “Viplavah,” meaning “Revolutionary,” the event was focused on revolutionizing, or revitalizing education in ISKCON, and drew over 150 educators from eig

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