We at Bhaktivedanta College are dedicated to contributing to our movement and mankind in general by presenting the topmost transcendental knowledge about devotion to Krsna in a structured, academic way. For that end, we are always in search for collaborators who feel the same need and passion to spread the teachings of Brahma Madhva Gaudiya sampradaya as presented by AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada. If you wish to join our team and have the following qualifications, please contact us as soon as possible! What we expect from our team members?
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Please say a few words about yourself. My name is Sriprada Dasi. I joined ISKCON in Croatia during my psychology studies in Rijeka. Soon after, I moved to Sweden to work in the Bhaktivedanta Book Trust, but a few months later I moved to the Almvik Gards center, and I have remained in service to the Deities, Sri Sri Panca-tattva, since then—the winter of 1992. At the moment, I serve as the head pujari, and I have opportunities to serve not only the Deities but their devotees. My mother-in-law is a Protestant priest, and another relative is a Catholic
We are happy to invite you for one hour presentation on “Tulsi: A Linguistic Exploration into its Divinity in Vedic Texts” which will be given by Dr. Sridevi Sriniwass (Sridevi Gaurangi devi dasi) from University of Malaya Kuala Lumpur. More about the presentation read below. Please confirm your attendance by replying to BC secretary so that we can arrange the seats accordingly (limited number). VENUE: Bhaktivedanta College Classroom (under the BC Library) DATE and TIME: Saturday, 17th of October at 18:00 Welcome! *********************
Over one hundred people attended the reception for a new art exhibit by ISKCON artists Ramadasa Abhirama Dasa and his wife Dhriti Dasi, at the Exeter Courthouse Gallery and Museum in Central California this January 9th. The show, entitled “A Marriage of Art,” included thirty-six landscape and figurative paintings by both artists, as well as ten of Vrindavana and four large paintings of Lord Krishna, which the couple collaborated to produce. Ramadasa and Dhriti have been painting Krishna since 1975, when they participated in the famous marathon to pr
Yes, BC has again given the world another group of bright young minds. And this time, minds that are not only theologically sound but also trained in Educational Studies. The 2015 graduation was a special one because for the first time in its short history BC awarded two degrees: one for Theology and another for Educational Studies. This achievement shows that BC has the potential to become an esteemed college. BC already attracts a variety of students from different parts of the world. There were students from Europe at this year’s graduation and a
In May 2015, Alfred Brush Ford, the great-grandson of legendary Henry Ford, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, has accepted to serve as the Honorary Chancellor of the Alfred Ford School of Management, in Durbuy, Belgium and has inaugurated the world’s first Conscious Leadership MBA program offered by the school, unique for its holistic approach to worldwide business practices and the combination of ancient wisdom with the latest developments in teaching business and management. As the Honorary Chancellor, Mr. Ford, himself a pioneer of conscious
Ten years ago, you were studying at Bhaktivedanta College for a year, what we call the certificate level. You gave up further study at that time. For what reason? David: I found my year onsite a very interesting experience. I made lots of friends and had a really fun time. I especially liked it that we students were a focused group and discussed with one other the topics of our studies. Especially fond memories are the times we ate lunch with our professors and inquired about specific subjects we were not covering in classes. I was not so intrigued