Articles tagged under: ISKCON
April 11, 2019
Rajkot: The second biggest ISKCON temple in Gujarat will be inaugurated on Sunday, April 14.
The temple has been named as Radhanil Madhav Dhaam.
Constructed at a cost of Rs. 51 crore over 30,000 square ft land the temple will have murtis of Radhanil Madhav, Jagannath Baldev, Subhadra, Sita, Ram, Lakshman, Hanuman, Prahlad Narsimh, Gaur Nitai and Prabhupad.
A four-day mahotsav has been organized to mark opening of the temple.
Future plans involve mid-day meal kitchen, gau shala, A...Read More
July 11, 2018
Bhuj: Bhoomi Pujan for proposed ISKCON temple near Adipur was performed on Monday. The temple will come up behind Lilasha Kutiya in Hare Krishna Park over 2400 vaar plot. Along with the temple, Vedik Culture Centre will also come up. Large number of devotees from all over Kutch attended the ceremony which was performed by ISKCON Gujarat head Jashomatinandandas, ISKCON Meera Road's Gudakesh Prabhu and project head Murtimanasdasji.
April 24, 2017
Ahmedabad: Presented in attached picture is concept design of proposed 200,000 sqft(4.59 acres) ISKCON temple in Gandhinagar - Gujarat created by Mumbai-based architect Sanjay Puri. Some of the highlights of this upcoming temple as per Puri quoted in a report are:
-Mechanised trolley will transport your pair of shoes in 5,000sqft shoe area to the exit point.
-Rooms for prasadam (prasad-distribution), meditation, priest quarters, library, museum, memorabilia, free-meals restaurant and p...Read More
August 14, 2016
Ajmer:Chief Minister Vasundhra Raje here today inaugurated a central kitchen of NGO 'Akshay Patra,' which runs the world's largest mid-day meal programme.
This kitchen can cater to 24 thousand students at a time.
Later, the CM inaugurated Smart Class Room Scheme in Senior Secondary School, Topdara, here, Collector Gorav Goyal said.
At a public meeting at regional College ground here, she appealed people to made Total Sanitation Programme a success.
The CM informed that Bhakti Sangeet...Read More
May 30, 2016
The Akshaya Patra Foundation has been honoured with the Nikkei Asia Prize in Japan for its contributions in the field of "Economic and Business Innovation."
Madhu Pandit Dasa, Chairman of The Akshaya Patra Foundation, received the honour at the award ceremony of Nikkei Asia Prize at Tokyo yesterday.
The winners have been awarded three million yen each along with a certificate by Naotoshi Okada, President, CEO of Nikkei Inc, an Akshaya Patra release here said.
Madhu Pandit ...Read More
May 05, 2016
International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), which provides mid-day meal free of cost to thousands of school children every day, today opened a state-of-the-art kitchen at the Municipal-run R N Cooper hospital here.
The ISKCON Food Relief Foundation's Kitchen at Cooper Hospital in suburban Vile Parle was inaugurated by Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, according to a press release.
This kitchen will make healthy and hygienic food for the patients of Coo...Read More
June 28, 2015
At a meet focused on spirituality in medicine, for which health and medical professionals from across the world had gathered recently in New Jersey in the USA, the global diaspora extended support to humanitarian programmes driven by ISKCON.
The meet, 'Transformation, Leadership & Spirituality in Medicine', held on June 21, keynote speaker Radhanath Swami of Mumbai's Shri Radha Gopinath Temple delivered a talk centred on his experiences in the field of medicine, according to an Intern...Read More
April 30, 2015
International Society for Krishna Consciousness has sent a team of doctors and paramedical staff from its Bhaktivedanta Hospital here to set up an operation theatre at one of the relief camps in the earthquake-hit Nepal.
"ISKCON has already sent a team of 13 doctors and medical assistants from Bhaktivedanta Hospital in Mumbai. The team has reached Kathmandu and will be instrumental in setting up an operation theatre at relief camp there," a statement of ISCKON issued here today said...Read More
December 01, 2011
Ahmedabad, 30 November, 2011
Releasing the Gujarati version of Radhanath Swamiji’s autobiography ‘Pele Par No Pravas’ Chief Minister today said that spiritualism is the real identity of India.
Radhanath Swamiji’s original English autobiography ‘The Journey Home: Autobiography of an American Swami’ and its translations in different languages has become very popular among people.
Speaking on the occasion Chief Minister said If someone takes pride in India’s spi...Read More
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