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  1. Food For Life - Mauritius
  2. New Vrindaban Hosts Radhastami Festival
  3. New vaisnava website with HD videos,Pictures and Bhajans
  4. Emergency flood relief by ISKCON Kanpur
  5. Vyasa Puja Offering 2010
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Food For Life - Mauritius

Karunika dasi: Pere Lavale(18 September 1803 - 9 September 1864) was a Roman Catholic priest and missionary to Mauritius. He lived amongst the emancipated slaves, learnt their language and devoted himself wholeheartedly to their moral and spiritual upliftment.

New Vrindaban Hosts Radhastami Festival

nvcommunications: When people visit New Vrindaban for the first time, they often ask, "Who is that girl with Krishna?" Her name is Radha and she is the queen of Vrindaban.

New vaisnava website with HD videos,Pictures and Bhajans

Purusottam dasa: We are glad to have the opportunity to serve you through our homepage. Kadamba. net is a dedicated vaisnava seva homepage with HD videos /lectures of gurus and seniors devotees. You can find very beautiful devotional pictures and bhajans as well

Emergency flood relief by ISKCON Kanpur

Madhavendu das: Although rains have been relatively moderate this monsoon season, torrential downpour upstream and the subsequent release of water has caused local flooding of the Ganges River at Kanpur

Vyasa Puja Offering 2010

David Kuehn: Haribol. This offering was offered at Vancouver temple at Srila Prabhupada's Vyasa Puja Celebration 2010-by Adhiyajna Das

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