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Mantras and the process of devotional service have special power, provided they are received from the authorized person.

"This can easily be performed in one’s own home, with a small group of friends or with many people in a large public place. . ."

How to get up and running in your practice of chanting Hare Krishna in the privacy of your own home.

An introductory FAQ introducing some basic historical and philosophical facts about the International Society for Krishna Consciousness.

An Indian living abroad reflects on the vital importance of establishing a relationship with Krishna in His Deity form.

We can't see God everywhere, even though He's omnipresent. He appears as the temple Deity just so we can see Him.

". . .despite my growing appreciation of Hindu culture, I wince whenever I hear someone refer to Lord Krishna as “a Hindu god. . .”

How Krishna—in His Deity form as Jagannath—came to the Western world, and how He came to stand on a shelf above one unsuspecting Westerner's desk.

The original mission statement of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness—incorporated in July of 1966 in New York City.

A healthy society's primary goal must be spiritual—rather than material—advancement. Otherwise, our "wonderful ideas" could devastate us all.

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