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ISKCON Chaplain Referenced in New York Times Article on Reincarnation

By Lisa Miller for The New York Times on 27 Jul 2010

Gadadhar Pandit, a member of ISKCON and the Hindu Chaplain at Columbia University and New York University was featured with two quotes and a photograph in the New York Times in an article about an upsurge in belief in reincarnation.

The New Issue of Varnashrama Newsletter Is Released

By Vrndavanlila Dasi (Dr. Vrinda Baxi) for ISKCON News on 27 Aug 2010

The tenth issue of Varnasrama Newsletter, THE EIGHT PETALS for Trivikrama Mas has been released. The present issue of the newsletter revolves around 'medicine'.

ISKCON Devotee Bids for Brussels to Host Parliament of World Religions

By Madhava Smullen for ISKCON News on 27 Aug 2010

The next meeting of one of the biggest interfaith gatherings in the world, the Parliament of the World's Religions, could be hosted in Brussels, Belgium in 2014—and an ISKCON devotee is front and center in the bidding process.

Samadhi Established for ISKCON Kirtan Singer Aindra Dasa

By Madhava Smullen for ISKCON News on 27 Aug 2010

The feeling amongst devotees is that Aindra's room—number 89 in the International School's brahmachari ashram—was the perfect place to create his Samadhi and commemorate his life of service.

Radha Krishna Deaf Assocation Sign Their Way to God

By Madhava Smullen for ISKCON News on 27 Aug 2010

At the age of twenty-five, Dayal Gauranga established the first ISKCON Deaf community, called 'Signs Unto Krishna.' He invented a whole set of sign language words to make things easier.

The Importance Of Worshipping the Supersoul In All Living Entities

By Gauranga Kishore Das for on 15 Aug 2010

Srimad Bhagavatam describes if one does not properly worship the Supersoul in the heart of all living entities, one`s direct worship of the Lord in His deity form is considered to be completely worthless.

India Asks, Should Food Be a Right for the Poor?

By Jim Yardley for The New York Times on 8 Aug 2010

India's ability, or inability, in coming decades to improve the lives of the poor will very likely determine if it becomes a global economic power, and a regional rival to China, or if it continues to be compared with Africa in poverty surveys.

Srila Prabhupada's Arrival Festival and Boston Harbor Cruise

By Daru Krishna Das for ISKCON News on 27 Aug 2010

On September 18th & 19th, 2010, organized by ISKCON Boston there will be a celebration of the 45th anniversary of Srila Prabhupada's arrival in the West.

Eating Well: Giving Up Meat for a Better World

By Katja Thimm for on 19 Aug 2010

Jonathan Safran Foer used to love his grandmother's chicken and carrots. But after his son was born, the bestselling American author decided to give up meat.
Like German author Karen Duve, who is also writing a book about eating ethically, Foer is trying to make the world a better place.

Food and Faith: Agriculture as a Theological Act

By Kent Hayden, M.Div. for The Huffington Post on 2 Aug 2010

Wendell Berry has said that eating is an agricultural act. I have always suspected that agriculture is a theological act. The way we produce and consume something as basic as our food not only determines our physical and environmental health but is a reflection of our social health and a contributing factor of our spiritual health.

Defense For Religious Hospitals Against Government-ordered Abortions

By Montserrat Alvarado for Becket Fund on 20 Aug 2010

In the USA the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty provides free defense for religious hospitals against government-ordered abortions.

A Thousand Little Krishnas On His Birthday

By Asian Image reporter for Asian Image on 24 Aug 2010

Tens of thousands of pilgrims and guests will visit UK`s Bhaktivedanta Manor to celebrate Janmashtami, the birth of Lord Krishna. The festival will launch the first literacy program in the world to incorporate both language and phonics systems.

Pyari Radhe: A Single From ISKCON Coventry`s New Musical Album Has Been Released

By KOV Productions for ISKCON News on 27 Aug 2010

"Pyari Radhe", a single from the forthcoming album "Krishna of Vrindavan" has been released on iTunes on 19th August. It is currently number 7 in the world music chart on ITunes UK.

Live Internet Janmasthami Broadcast from the UK

By ISKCON News Staff for ISKCON News on 27 Aug 2010

There will be full live online coverage of the huge Janmashtami festival at Bhaktivedanta Manor from 6:00pm GMT to midnight arati on Thursday 2nd September. Also from 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm on Sunday 5th September.

The Mind Wasters

By Anuttama Das for ISKCON News on 27 Aug 2010

"The mind is a terrible thing to waste" is the slogan of a large non-profit organization in the United States that raises money to help African American youth with college scholarships. You'd think that everyone would want to prevent the wasting of a mind-especially one's own.

Remembering Svayambhu Swami

By Madhavananda Das for ISKCON News on 27 Aug 2010

Svayambhu Maharaja was born in a ksatriya family in 1935 as Subhas Chandra Nayak in the Orissan village Garaam. Braja Bandhu was his teacher from the 4th to the 7th grades. At that time he didn't know that his tutor would one day become known as Gour Govinda Swami Maharaja and would become Subhas' spiritual master.

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