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To the casual visitor, this holy land is much like the rest of rural India. To the devotee of Lord Chaitanya it is a transcendental paradise.

A chance encounter in New York City acquaints an American Krishna devotee with the largest Vishnu temple in the world—Angkor Wat.

"Dvaraka's many temple spires point up to indicate that our goal is not here but upwards. . ." A Western pilgrim visits the present-day site of the city Lord Krishna built.

Seventeen kilometers west of Puri and about five kilometers inland. . .Lord Chaitanya would walk along the beach, but today most pilgri

A young Krishna devotee sets off on a dangerous journey to ancient temples of his lifelong deity.

A Taste of Salted Bread

During ISKCON's early days in the U.S.S.R., devotees risked imprisonment and even death to print books underground and distribute them

Two Seeds that Grew in Iron

Considering the oppressive environment created by the Soviet regime, how did Krishna's devotees there keep their faith?

In the context of competing cultures, a child of Indian-born parents in America discovers herself.

Members of ISKCON's next generation join forces and find the key to unlimited achievement.

How the Krishna Consciousness movement came to establish its center in one of the most famous pilgrimage sites in India.