Pilgrims Flood Into Mayapur’s New Full Dome Planetarium Theater

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By Madhava Smullen  As the festival season of December to March begins at ISKCON Mayapur, pilgrims are flooding into the holy town. For many, the recently built full dome planetarium theater is a major attraction. “The feedback we’re getting is fantastic,” says Sridham Das, project manager for the Vedic Science Museum and Planetarium … Read More

Inventory of Isvara Archive, 1st of January 2019

Dear devotees and friends, Here is the inventory of Isvara Archive at the 1st of January 2019. Books   36,685 Articles   22,272 History   26,234 IMG   14,150 Audio   3,710 Video   3,232 For a total of 106,283 documents. To this we have to add 81,088 documents who are in … Read More

De los ojos de las Deidades viene un nectar llamado sudhakara?

Pregunta Su gracias Manonatha Prabhu por favor acepte mis reverencias AGTSP! Podría hablar acerca del sudakara por favor? Esto haciendo referencia al siguiente texto: No pierdas la oportunidad de venir regularmente ante la deidad y deja que la deidad te mire. Cuando la deidad te mira, alguna sustancia, llamada sudakara, que sale … Read More

How the Essence of Religions Came From Vedic Culture

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(An Excerpt from the book Mysteries of the Ancient Vedic Empire, by Sri Nandanandana dasa–Stephen Knapp) As we look over the various cultures and religions of the world, we may ask if all religious systems are divine. Though they seem to conflict with each other on various points, still there are many … Read More

Cake is the Sweetest Service for Devotee Baker Nitaipriya Dasi

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By Madhava Smullen Nitaipriya Dasi has to balance many responsibilities in life: she’s a mother of two, serves on the board of the ISKCON Philadelphia temple, and works as vice president of a reputed bank. However she’s found yet another sweet service to offer – making astonishingly beautiful and delicious cakes for Sri … Read More

Sunday Feast Lecture, Srila Prabhupada

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Los Angeles, Jan. 19, 1969   Prabhupāda: …the real meaning of Sanskrit means “reform.” It is not whimsical, just like in English language, “beauty but, peauty put.” It is not like that. Every word, every syllable has got a symbolic meaning. Bhaga. Bhaga means opulence, and vān means one who possesses. There are many words like that: guṇavān. … Read More

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