domingo, 19 de septiembre de 2010

ISKCON News - The News Agency of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness - 15 new articles

ISKCON News - The News Agency of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness - 15 new articles

In This Issue...

D.C. Devotees Honor Aindra Dasa and 9/11 with Spiritual Peace Formula

By Madhava Smullen on 18 Sep 2010

Over 500 devotees and guests from all over the U.S. attended a 24-Hour Kirtan at the Potomac ISKCON temple near Washington D.C. last weekend.

The Great Electric Drum:

By Antony Brennan on 18 Sep 2010 takes its name from a phrase coined by Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura. Brihadmrdanga originally referred to the power of the printing press as an instrument for getting the message of Krishna consciousness out to the wider world.

Sydney Ratha Yatra: A Garland of Spiritual Devotion

By Antony Brennan on 18 Sep 2010

Sydney Australia: A garland of spiritual devotion weaved its way through the heart of Sydney today as the annual Sydney Ratha Yatra was celebrated by devotees and well wishers of Lord Krishna.

Gaura Nitai Deities to be Installed in Campina Grande, Brazil

By Radha-Krishna Dasi on 18 Sep 2010

16 years after being carved as murtis in Jaipur, India, Sri Sri Maha Gaura Nitai are going to be worshiped in a small Northeastern Brazilian City of Campina Grande.

Reaching Inwards and Reaching out at Manor Festivals

By Gaura Hari Dasa on 18 Sep 2010

55,000 guests visited Bhaktivedanta Manor to celebrate Janmastami, Krishna's appearance, while the appearance day of His divine consort Srimati Radharani was a more intimate celebration.

ISKCON Guyana Celebrates Deities' 25th Anniversary

By Paramatma Dasa on 18 Sep 2010

ISKCON Guyana last weekend celebrated the 25th Anniversary of their first installed Deities, Sri Sri Nitai Chaitanya Chandra, at the Gaura Nitai Ashirvad Mandir near the capital city of Georgetown.

Schools Pick Up New Krishna Conscious Reading Series

By Madhava Smullen on 18 Sep 2010

Dr. Best Learn to Read, a brand new 84-book series teaching children how to read English in a Krishna-centered way, was officially launched during the Janmastami festival at the UK's Bhaktivedanta Manor on September 2nd.

ISKCON Goes Back to School

By Madhava Smullen on 18 Sep 2010

As a new school year rolls around, we ask ISKCON's Minister for Educational Development Sesa Dasa what's in store for our children's education this year, and in the future?

International Religious Service Centre at Asian Games on 14 Sep 2010

The 16th Asian Games will provide a religious service centre at the Athletes' Village in the Asian Games Town and designated 28 religious spots throughout the city and two Christian youth associations as principal religious service spots to provide private areas of worship for Asian Games participants.

Business Class Rises in Ashes of Caste System

By Lydia Polgreen for The New York Times on 10 Sep 2010

Chezi K. Ganesan looks every inch the high-tech entrepreneur, dressed in the Silicon Valley uniform of denim shirt and khaki trousers, slick smartphone close at hand. He splits his time between San Jose and this booming coastal metropolis, running his $6 million a year computer chip-making company.

Belgium: Amid Sex Scandals, De-Baptism Gains Favor

By Paul Ames for Global Post on 14 Sep 2010

Faced with ever-more harrowing revelations of child sex abuse by Roman Catholic clergymen, Belgians are turning in record numbers to apostasy — formally breaking with their religion through a process of "de-baptism."

Mumbai on Red Alert for Festival

By Poornima Raina for The Epoch Times on 12 Sep 2010

A high alert has been sounded across Mumbai on suspicion that two foreign terrorists have arrived in the city prior to the festivities of Ganesh Chaturthi that began on Sept. 11.

Florida pastor calls off Quran burning

By CNN Wire Staff for on 11 Sep 2010

The pastor of a Florida church says his congregation has decided to call off the burning of the Quran that was to be held Saturday -- the ninth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attack on the United States by the al Qaeda terror network.

The Pope visits Britain

By Kripamoya Dasa for The Vaishnava Voice on 14 Sep 2010

Last month, I was able to have a morning audience with His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI. As Vaishnavas we feel unity with the Pope and his mission, even as we recognize the divergence of theology and approach.

Morality, Love, and Srimati Radharani

By Gauranga Kishore Dasa for The Pilgrim's Progress on 14 Sep 2010

In Western philosophy it seems like a strange idea that God could be limited or controlled by something else. But in the devotional religious traditions of India where Krishna is worshiped as God, the idea that God is controlled by love is what makes Him so glorious.

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