Dear Devotees, Please accept our humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada. With Srila Prabhupada’s 127th Vyasa-puja just a few days away, please takethe opportunity to download and read the 2023 Vyasa-puja book which wascreated from all your hearfelt homages: https://gbc.iskcon.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/spvp2023.pdf Please also share the file widely so all followers
The India BBT has come out with an App, “Transcend” ( https://www.transcendstore.com/ ) with multiple facilities: Trascend | From Bitter to Better – Trascend to a Higher life Trascend | HH Gopal Krishna Goswami Launches Transcend Trascend | HH Jayapataka Swami Launches Transcend Trascend | HG Bhima Das Launches Transcend
Shashi Tharoor: Delighted to participate in a #RathYatra in Hamburg organised by #ISKCON & do my share of pulling Lord Jagannath’s chariot through the neighbourhood! Smashed the ritual coconuts to get going, said a few words & celebrated the amazing turnout of Indians and curious Germans. Our Consul-General Soumya Gupta
Here is the official response of the ISKCON India Scholars Board to Kaunteya Prabhu’s book Tough Questions, Difficult Answers: Other review essays by individual IISB members are also posted to the IISB website.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=CCqsT59F_xg&feature=share This video is an offering, by Param P. Tomanec, to the aspiration to restore a full peace, harmony and calmness in Northeast India and beyond, through a single art form called cinema with its unique ability amongst all the other art forms (literature, music, painting, sculpture) — to unify
www.prabhupadamemories.com The Prabhupada Memories project is not only nearing a significant milestone of nearly 100 DVDs totaling 450+ interviews of direct disciples of Srila Prabhupada, but it is also reaching thousands of new listeners thanks to the power of social media. The Memories project now has a social media team
Srila Prabhupada says in his purport to Sri Caitanya-caritamrita Madhya-lila 20.352 that among the sources of knowledge dharma given by one’s guru, other saintly persons, and shaof stra, “the shastra is the center for all.” Yet it is seen in many sampradayas that the acharya is still very much central to the practice and faith of the devotees. So, if the actual center is the shastra, then what does it mean to a community to keep the acharya in the center? This question is discussed and answered in this video by Krishna Kirti dasa of the ISKCON India Scholars Board.