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By Kripamoya Das

I try never to miss Monday evenings with the devotees online, but last night I had been invited to a dinner. Not a 40th anniversary dinner, although that would have been good too, but with Sir Keir Starmer and his inner circle of staff and advisors. They loved the prasadam of bindi subji, paneer, dahl, chapatis rice and gulabjamuns. The Labour leader told me he cooks his own dahl, and that his entire family is vegetarian.

Source: http://www.dandavats.com/?p=102873

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Introducing the new Pandava Sena leader


120 young ISKCON Pandava Sena members returned from an incredible retreat in Pembrokeshire with a great sense of optimism. One the last day, the baton of leadership passed once again. Raam Gor is now their new Pandava Sena president. Akash has done an exceptional job over the last four years and he has certainly set a high bar. if you see them, please give both of them your blessings!

ISKCON Pandava Sena is a devotional youth group for 15- 25s. It is a global life-changing youth organisation wh

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By Madhava Smullen 

What leads one to become a Hare Krishna youth leader, initiated brahmana, real estate and food company manager, GBC trainee, and yes, a magician, all before the age of thirty-five? 

For Dattatreya Yogesvara Das, it began with family. His mother Shaktimata Dasi, who joined ISKCON in 1973, worked for the BBT in the early days; his father Bhutabhavana Das, a Prabhupada disciple, was one of the pioneers who first brought Krishna consciousness to Africa.

What’s more, as the el

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GBC Releases 2020 Resolutions


ISKCON’s Governing Body Commission (GBC) has released the minutes from its February 11th to 22nd Annual General Meeting in Mayapur, West Bengal (which took place before the  Coronavirus pandemic).

Among them are several important resolutions.

1. The GBC resolves to provide a group called the SABHA with the resolutions they have passed, as well as tabled and rejected proposals. Formed in August 2017, the SABHA provides checks and balances on the authority of the GBC, and course correction for i

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