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What does Krishna look like?

A funny thing about Andra Pradesh and other states in South India, they have this saying. "We do not know what Krishna looks like. If someone thinks of Krishna the face that they see is that of NTR, Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao."

28 hours, 3 minutes and 40 seconds!

Is the time that I takes to read the entire Bhagavad-gītā As It Is

with Sanskrit verses, English verses and Srila Prabhupada's Purports.

Valentine's day - The day that I became a monk

BenLoka's stay at the Bhaktivedanta Manor Temple

Merry Krishnas!!!

Give the gift that keeps on giving.

In the Nectar of Devotion, Srila Prabhupada's magnificent summary study of Rupa Goswami's Bhakti Rasamrita Sindhu, he describes the glories of pure bhakti.

Therein it is describes six features of pure bhakti.

ISKCON Dallas temple host Refugees from Bhutan

Commercial about Chanting Hare Krishna

Interfaith Concert

    Some months ago I did a tour and interview for a youth group from Munger Place United Methodist Church. These high school youths were chaperoned by their minister Ernest McMillan. The interview went really nicely. One of the key discussions that was brought about was in regards to the four legs of Dharma

Wise worker appreciates Srila Prabhupada's books

Photos taken at Barnes and Noble in the Staff recommended books section.

Tis the Season!

No I am not talking about Thanksgiving, Christmas, or even Hanukkah.    Every year during the months of October and November, particularly the Karttik Season our temple is inundated with guests who come for their college, high school, and church youth group projects.   For example in a 2 week period during that time I had spoken with over 200 students about the philosophy of Krishna Consciousness.   We find that this phenomena happens during the same time every y

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