National Geographic Channel - Embark on the journey from conception to planning and execution of this moving caravan of devotees with the kitchen team in action, a short coverage of ISKCON Chowpatty congregation's annual Yatra traveling kitchen saga.
An amazing theatrical, musical, dance and multi-media performance at the Sydney Opera House, Australia, celebrating 50 years of the Hare Krishna Movement!
Govardhan Ecovillage is an award-winning farm community set in a valley surrounded by hills located in West India, 180 kms by road from Mumbai.
This pastoral community is based on the ideal of caring for each other, for mother earth, and for all beings, with the deliberate goal of pleasing the Supreme being - Lord Sri Krishna.
Place of Lord Nrshimhadeva's appearance
Deep in the jungles of South India lies the remains of Hiranyakashipu's palace. In a wildlife reserve haunted by tigers, bears, cobras, and other creatures, nine holy shrines housing Deities of Lord Nrsimhadeva await the adventurous pilgrim.
An underground temple where an ancient Deity of Lord Narasimha killing Hiranyakashipu has been worshiped for 1 000 years.
Amazing and rare movie!
Situated on the coast of Gujarat, Dwarka is the sacred city where Lord Krishna spent His time during His advent. This Home of Krishna is a Gateway to Heaven!
Special Commemorative Coin on 125th Anniversary of Srila Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.
In Kurukshetra at a spot called "Jyotisar", Lord Krishna spoke Bhagavad-Gita. There is an ancient Banyan tree, at this spot which has been eptimore of this most important event. Kurukshetra has been a holy place since Satya Yuga. Thus, many transcendental pastimes have taken place there. Most important is that Lord Krishna spoke Bhagavad Gita to Arjuna at Kurukshetra during a great war there 5,000 years ago. He also met with the residents of Vrindavana at Kurukshetra during the Solar eclipse after a long absence from their lives.
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