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Lifestyle & Culture

"Spiritual life" means real life, and real life means action—things to do, people to meet, places to go, things to eat. From pre-dawn until after dark, north or south of the Equator, young or old—at all times, everywhere, and in any circumstances, aspiring spiritualists want to stay conscious of the goal of life.

So, where to go? What to do? What to wear?

  • Spiritual Travel—Where to go to recharge our enthusiasm for spiritual culture, away from the accumulated mundane pressures of day-to-day life? What do people do there?
  • Festivals and Events—What's happening, when, and what's it about?
  • Kids Playground—Games, puzzles, songs, coloring pages, and more. All for kids, and the young at heart.
  • Giving and Volunteering—How can I help out? Where can I give some service? Who's looking for what I have to give? Can I make a contribution to the cause?

The Bhaktivedanta Archives released a content update for the Bhaktivedanta Vedabase with more books and transcripts.

Krishna lifts a mountain, and Rama defeats a ten-headed demon—it's an eventful time of year.

A unique month of the year where the benefits of devotional service to Krishna are compounded hundreds of times.

Celebrating the appearance of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu; Krishna as His own devotee.

Appearance anniversary of Sri Sri Radha-ramana, Madhavendra Puri & Srinivasa Acharya

Who is this avatar of Krishna who appears in the form of a gigantic boar? Why would Krishna want to assume such a disguise?