Remembrances of our Sridhara Swami
November 19th, 2015
Govardhana-puja means cow protection
November 12th, 2015
April 27th Skype conference with Russian disciples on topics of siksa guru, blood milk and chanting Hare Krsna
May 3rd, 2011

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More on karma-free milk
April 28th, 2011

Responding to the questions from Hungarian devotees on our new ‘karma free milk’ policy for the Budapest Center. Read the rest of this entry »

April 27th Skype conference with Russian disciples on topics of siksa guru, blood milk and chanting Hare Krsna (Russian/English)
April 28th, 2011

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The Budapest Centre will cease to use, consume or serve violence based milk or milk products by the end of April
April 21st, 2011

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Bh. Rajiv, rephrased his question thus
April 10th, 2011

“Why ISKCON, as a matter of “policy,” does not officially preach against consumption of unethically produced dairy products, and sets an example Read the rest of this entry »

Celebrating our cows’ first day (20 minutes) out in the pasture and more on cow-protection and sva-dharma
April 3rd, 2011

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How being a vegetarian changes our consciousness 2.
January 10th, 2011

Talk at the opening of Govinda’s Istanbul. Read the rest of this entry »

How being a vegetarian changes our consciousness 1.
January 9th, 2011

Talk at the opening of Govinda’s Istanbul. Read the rest of this entry »

Istagosthi 3/3
November 11th, 2010

Community Development and Raising Children in Krsna Consciousness. Read the rest of this entry »

How much do we value our principles and the quality of life that they represent?
November 7th, 2010

Are we willing to pay and sacrifice for them? Read the rest of this entry »

Govardhana puja ki jaya
November 6th, 2010

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Why the sacred cow is sacred and how we as devotees may be neglecting our duty by not protecting sacred cows
July 7th, 2010

Answering questions by Vishal Merai on cow-protection. Read the rest of this entry »