Bhaktivedanta College has invited them to record the online course which will be available in the next few months and we also thought that it would be wonderful if they can visit other places in Europe in person. Book your dates soon to not miss this opportunity! Continue Reading →
Artists at all levels who want to connect with their creative and devotional sides, and experience bhakti through art, are welcome to attend the upcoming Transcendental Art Seminar at Bhaktivedanta College, Radhadesh. Continue Reading →
“We were able to convince the leadership across the country that we don’t want to just perform marriages anymore – we actually want to support and nurture marriages,” says Partha. “We’re trying to create a culture where premarital education is an integral part of marriage in ISKCON.”
You are invited to join us!! THEOLOGY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES (Starting 1 September 2015) THEOLOGY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES is a 3-year study program validated by the University of Chester which offer a broad and yet profound understanding of Vaisnava heritage, culture and theology…(
Sacinandana Swami set the mood of the course with his seminar on the Theology of the Holy Name, based on the book Harinama Chintamani by Vaishnava saint Bhaktivinode Thakur. In it, he covered the secrets of attentive chanting, how to move past offensive chanting, how to enter into a r
For two weeks in August, Radhadesh teemed with creativity. Nineteen students took Ram Das Abhiram and Dhrti’s Transcendental Art Seminar, and they painted in many places on the grounds, including the community hall, with its picturesque outlook perfect for an artist. From August 3rd t
Bhaktivedanta College is quickly developing its online facilities. The first course to be offered in this manner was the Bhakti Sastri program in 2011, followed by the Certificate in Bhakti Yoga Studies in 2012. The GBC’s Disciples Course” was also offered. On September 13th 2013, how
A group of twelve students took the Introductory Course to Bhakti-yoga that took place from February first through the nineteenth. For those three weeks, the courses were aimed at watering the bhakti seed lying dormant in all the students, and at weeding the fields in which it grows.