Food for Life for Refugees


Members of the ISKCON devotee-run charity Food For All UK partnered with local devotees in Paris and Brussels to feed sanctified vegetarian meals to Syrian refugees, parliament members, and thousands of young people across three events in late September.

1st ISKCON Int Summit on Environment and Ethics


ISKCON recently organized the International Summit on Environment and Economy (SEE-2015) in the port city of Kochi, India, in an attempt to bring together various stakeholders to discuss and deliberate to unearth the deeper aspects of the environmental and business ethics problems so as to arrive at well-rounded and holistic solutions.

The First Ever ISKCON Youth Leadership Sanga


ISKCON Youth Ministry and ISKCON Congregational Development Ministry will hold their first ISKCON Youth Leadership Sanga in Mayapur, between February 24 and March 2, 2016.



ISKCON's flagship project the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium (ToVP) International team will be touring the UK ‪from the 18th to the 30th‬ of November 2015.

‘Life comes from Life’ and ‘Matter comes from Life’


This paper serves as a critique to the ontological view of the organism as a complex machine. In the seventeenth century, the French philosopher René Descartes claimed that only the human body has a soul, and all other organisms are mere automatons made of meat and bones. Influenced by such a line of thought, most of the scientists were also thinking that only humans are conscious and all other creatures are not. Based on empirical evidence, our published paper presents a case for ubiquity of consciousness in all living organisms.

Dussehra Glories Of Lord Ramachandra


I wish to offer my gratitude to everyone who has so kindly assembled today on this auspicious occasion of Dussehra. Today all over the world there are millions and millions of people celebrating this day. But like most spiritual occasions not so many know why? – It is a characteristic of kali yuga that even very sacred things are perceived very superficially.



The special status of cows and the benefits of caring for them are found throughout the scriptures. All the demigods reside in the body of the cow and the cow is considered divine due to the presence of these divinities in her body. Further, cows are very dear to Lord Krsna. He’s known as Govinda (one who gives pleasure to the cows) and Gopala (protector of the cows).

21 Nov - Maha Harinam Yatra


To celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Srila Prabhupada's visit to Mauritius and ISKCON's Golden Jubillee devotees from the Midlands nama-hatta, under the guidance of Vaikuntha pati prabhu, are organising a Maha yatra (vehicle procession) from Curepipe to Phoenix on Saturday the 21st of November. The massive procession will leave Centre de Ville, Curepipe at noon. It will travel down the St. Paul Road to Vacoas and on through La Louise and Quatres Bornes to end at ISKCON, Phoenix at around 5.30pm. Vehicles will be decorated with standard wrapping and/or windscreen stickers which are available from the organisors. Please register your vehicle and make this a grand event. For more information please contact Vaikuntha pati prabhu on 5742 8643

Visit of HG Agnideva prabhu


Agnideva prabhu was born in Trinidad West Indies and moved to New York in his youth. His study of Vedic philosophy led him to discover the devotional music of West Bengal.

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