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ISKCON News - The News Agency of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness - 22 new articles

ISKCON News - The News Agency of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness - 22 new articles

In This Issue...

Sri-Sri Krishna Balarama Installed in Alachua

By Madhava Smullen for ISKCON News on 5 Jun 2010
The weekend of May 29th to 30th saw 3,000 devotees converge upon the rural community of New Raman Reti in Alachua, Florida to see what is a rare event in ISKCON today—the installation of full-size deities of Sri Sri Krishna Balarama.

Kirtan Takes Over The World!

By Madhava Smullen for ISKCON News on 5 Jun 2010
The worldwide takeover of kirtan, the ancient spiritual practice of chanting God's names in a call and response style, continues with no sign of slowing up—and June is one of the busiest months yet.

Third ISKCON Studies Conference to be Held at Villa Vrindavana

By Madhava Smullen for ISKCON News on 4 Jun 2010
Around thirty-five devotee scholars will meet on July 16th to 19th for the third ISKCON Studies Conference at Villa Vrindavana, near Florence, Italy.

Design for Moscow's New Temple Finalized

By Madhava Smullen for ISKCON News on 4 Jun 2010
After years of negotiating with the government and handling protests from conservative Orthodox Church groups, Hare Krishna devotees are finally completing design work on ISKCON Russia's new mega-project.

Reggae Chant in the Slums Startles Brazilian Devotees

By Radha-Krsna Dasi and Naveen Krsna Dasa for ISKCON News on 4 Jun 2010
Devotees from Rio de Janeiro witnessed the contagious power of Krishna Consciousness when they stumbled on the chanting of Vedic mantras by a reggae group in one of the city's slums.

Cheerful Festival in England's North

By Kripamoya Dasa for The Vaishnava Voice on 1 Jun 2010
Devotees honor the divine half-man, half-lion in whippet and leek country, as they have been annually for two decades.

ISKCON Pune's Art Competition Breaks World Record

By Hemangi Oza for ISKCON News on 28 May 2010
An art competition organized by ISKCON Pune has found a place in GUINESS WORLD RECORDS™ by becoming the Largest Art Competition in the World.

Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow in Kuala Lumpur

By Jai Sita Rani Dasi for ISKCON News on 3 Jun 2010

Neem deities of Sri Sri Nitai Gaura Sunder had arrived in Malaysia in 1991. They were intended as Padayatra deities, meant to accompany a traveling group touring the country on foot.

Denver Govinda's Buffet Reopens After a Near-Year Hiatus

By Jessica Chapman for Denver Westword on 19 May 2010
The Denver Govinda's all-you-can-eat vegetarian buffet is back! The restaurant, located at the Hare Krishna temple at 1400 Cherry Street, closed its doors last fall when its former cooks went to India.

Iskcon Boston Celebrates the 45th Anniversary of Srila Prabhupada's Arrival

By Daru Krishna Dasa on 3 Jun 2010
The festival highlight is a visit to Boston's Commonwealth Pier, where Srila Prabhupada first stepped ashore in the USA and a yacht cruise of Boston Harbour.

Beautiful Game, Beautiful Festival

By Kesava Krsna Dasa for ISKCON News on 3 Jun 2010
Is there a religious practice that can unite people in the same way that soccer does?

Passing On a Legacy of Debt

By Ram Vilas Dasa for ISKCON News on 3 Jun 2010
Through simplifying our living, we can avoid depending on others for our livelihood and burdening our near and dear ones.

24 Hour Kirtan Festival in New Vrindavan 2009 - Haridas

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Sri Mayapur International School Looking to Hire

By Raseswari Dasi on 3 Jun 2010
Sri Mayapur International School is looking to recruit a primary school teacher.

Sri Mayapur International School Accepting Applications

By Raseswari Dasi on 3 Jun 2010
Sri Mayapur International School is now accepting applications for the new academic year starting August 2010.

Children 'More Likely to Own a Mobile Phone Than a Book'

By Graeme Paton for The Telegraph (UK) on 26 May 2010
Children as young as seven are more likely to own a mobile phone than a book, figures show, fueling fears over a decline in reading.

Census Question Over Caste Identity Divides India

By Tim Sullivan for AP on 27 May 2010
India's census, being held in stages over the next year or so, delves into the wealth, living conditions and other personal details of the country's 1.2 billion people. But still undecided is one question — "What is your caste?"

Mexico Bans Junk Foods in Schools

By Jo Tuckman for The Guardian (UK) on 27 May 2010
Government orders end to fried foods and sweets on school grounds in fight against childhood obesity.

Germs in Soil Might Give Learning a Boost

By Randy Dotinga for Health Day News on 25 May 2010
Mice exposed to the bacteria got through mazes twice as fast, researchers report.

Dalai Lama, in New York, preaches a sunny gospel

By Chris Herlinger for Religion News Service on 21 May 2010
In a city tired and edgy from a sagging economy, terrorist threats and a cold and wet spring, came the Dalai Lama with a sunny message of hope.

BP Spill Doesn't Make the Top Ten

By Hank Green for on 2 Jun 2010
The BP oil spill has now overtaken the Exxon Valdez incident as the worst in US history, but it is still far from the worst worldwide.

PETA Plans to Rent Amityville Murder House for Exhibit

By Robert Burton-Bradley for on 31 May 2010
THE animal rights group PETA has set its sights on leasing the notorious Amityville murder house on Long Island, which it plans to turn into an exhibit to scare people off meat and dairy products.

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