Purushottama: The Monarch of the Months
This year in Sridhama Mayapur between the 16thof May and the 13thof June, the resident devotees will make their way to the temple each evening through the summer heat for an opportunity that only comes once every three years.
Mundain social work can be a distraction from our spiritual goals. Yet, even as aspirants to the divine spiritual truth of Vrindavan, we cannot neglect the external cleanliness of this holy place lest friends returning from pilgrimage may have more to say to us about the litter than the glories of Vrindavan.
India Says Local Islamists Bombed Hindu Pilgrim City Varanasi
Restoring Holy Dwarka`s Mangrove Forests
India said Wednesday a home-grown Islamist group with ties to Pakistani militants was behind a bomb attack in one of its holiest cities, and local media reported two people were questioned over the attack.
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Dwarka has been submerged in the sea six times in its history. Environment specialists agree that restoring mangroves will help protect the coastline, support the shore life and beautify the area.
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Swami Recreates Indian Holy Places in West Virginia
Varshana Swami, a long-time resident of New Vrindaban in West Virginia, welcomed devotees this July 25th to see his progress in recreating the holy places of the original Vrindaban at the ISKCON community’s rural property.