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!
“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.”
Recently, Bhaktivedanta College came up with a video entitled “A Relevant Education in a Spiritual Environment” wherein students, teachers, friends, administrators and GBCs all say something about this wonderful educational project. Inspiration for the video was drawn from
Bhaktivedanta College, Belgium—one of ISKCON’s premier educational institutions—has entered a period of fast growth, with many exciting new developments on the horizon. For many years, the College already offered scriptural study courses Bhakti Sastri and Bhakti Vaibhava, as well as a
Manu, the son of the couple who run the Bakery at Radhadesh, attended secondary school in Belgium. Here he describes his experiences at Bhaktivedanta College and his life as a college graduate: Before enrolling in college, in general I did not know what studies to pursue. All I knew w
College: Why did you start this seminar? Suresvara: I was teaching and coordinating a Bhaktivaibhava course at the Mayapur Institute in 2010, and I was surprised to hear that so many students felt distant from our founder-acarya, Srila Prabhupada. Whenever I’d tell an anecdote a
Braja Biharini’s three years of college studies in Radhadesh can be characterized as a search for a life primarily based on spirituality. She said, “Now as I wander amid the uncertainties of the world and as the uncertain future wanders toward me, I gladly recall the time