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ISKCON News - The News Agency of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness - 17 new articles

ISKCON News - The News Agency of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness - 17 new articles

In This Issue...

Hotel Owners Purchase Thousands of Gitas at Chicago Convention

By Madhava Smullen for ISKCON News on 18 Jun 2010

Volunteers of The Pancajanya Project (, a branch of ISKCON dedicated to placing at least 1 million Bhagavad-gitas in guest rooms across the U.S., distributed 30,000 Bhagavad-gitas at the Asian American Hotel Owners Association's annual convention last year and look set to reach the same number this June.

Krishna-Priya Dasi: Saved by Lord Krishna's Song

By Madhava Smullen for ISKCON News on 18 Jun 2010

For young Kumud Jeendgar, life had never been easy. From her very birth in Jaipur, India in 1972, she had had severe physical disabilities. Her bones were fragile and their structure crooked, and she was told that even as a fully grown adult she would stand less than four feet tall.

New York and London Kick off Ratha Yatra Season

By Madhava Smullen for ISKCON News on 18 Jun 2010

The month of June brings with it summer, sun and vacations—but it also brings Ratha Yatra season, during which the ancient chariot festival is held dozens of times all over the world.

Indian Prisoners Get Liberated By The Mahamantra

By Vrajendra Nandana Das for ISKCON News on 18 Jun 2010

ISKCON Allahabad had organized a program at the Naini Central Jail. It began with the chanting of the Mahamantra, in which nearly a thousand prisoners, along with prison keepers and officers took part, blissfully singing and dancing.

Why Organic Palm Sugar Is The Next Big Thing In Natural Sweeteners

By Mike Adams for on 15 Jun 2010

The search for healthy, natural sweeteners sometimes seems to involve a whirlwind of information. Today, stevia is now widely accepted as a safe, natural sweetener. That doesn't make it super popular, however: Many people complain about the aftertaste of stevia, and it doesn't melt or cook like sugar does. So the search goes on.

New College Graduates In Vaishnava Theology

By Radhanatha Das, ISKCON News Staff for ISKCON News on 17 Jun 2010

In June and July 2010, there are sixteen students graduating with Vaishnava Theology degrees from two state accredited Bhaktivedanta Colleges in Europe: Budapest, Hungary and Radhadesh, Belgium.

Scientists Create Life?

By Gauranga Kishore Das for on 17 Jun 2010

With the recent announcement by the scientific community of the creation of a living organism using synthetic DNA many people are wondering about the religious implications of this achievement.

Festival of India Through The Adriatic Sea

By Dasaratha Suta Dasa for ISKCON News on 17 Jun 2010
In July, a new harinama festival tour is starting in Europe`s Adriatic region. This will be the seventh since its start in 2004, and it will be performed in seven countries.

"The Water Took Everything": Hungarian Devotees Help In The Flooded Area

By ISKCON News Staff for ISKCON News on 17 Jun 2010
Since the beginning of June, unusual flooding has been causing major problems in Northeastern Hungary. The members of the Hungarian Society for Krishna Consciousness have been distributing a thousand plates daily of free food in the flooded area.

India Moves To Make It Easier For Couples To Divorce

BBC News on 10 Jun 2010
Up until now, a divorce would in most cases be granted by the courts only if there were mutual consent. Now, the Indian government has proposed a new law, which will make it easier for couples to get divorced.

Are There Dangers In Being `Spiritual But Not Religious`?

By John Blake for CNN on 9 Jun 2010

"People seem not to have the time nor the energy or interest to delve deeply into any one faith or religious tradition. So they move through, collecting ideas and practices and tenets that most appeal to the self, but making no connections to groups or communities", Ann Greeley, a theology and philosophy professor at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut says.

June 19: 24-Hour Kirtan &West Virginia Day in New Vrindavan

ISKCON News on 16 Jun 2010
On June 19, New Vrindaban will host a 24-hour kirtan, and will offer discounted admission to Prabhupada's Palace of Gold for participants of West Virginia Day.

European Ratha Yatra Festivals Update

16 Jun 2010

London Ratha-Yatra will be streamed live simultaneously on Mayapur TV and 20th of June 2010. The dates of European Ratha Yatra Festivals are announced.

Pujari Wanted in Puerto Rico Temple

16 Jun 2010
A pujari for ISKCON Puerto Rico is requested for two months during the summer time with option to stay longer.

ISKCON Las Vegas Is Looking For An Investor

16 Jun 2010
ISKCON of Las Vegas is looking for a person capable to invest in purchasing a temple building in Vegas.

Enrollment For Mayapur Academy Diploma Course 2010/11 Has Begun

By Gauranga Simha Das on 16 Jun 2010
The Mayapur Academy Pujari training course in English for International devotees starts on the 1st November with the opening day on the 30th October.

New Wholesale Store in ISKCON Mayapur

16 Jun 2010

The Sankirtan department of ISKCON Mayapur is offering a special service for international devotees desiring to buy any devotional paraphenalia or Vaishnava literature in bulk quantity.

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