Lalita-sakhi began to study at Bhaktivedanta College right after graduating from high school. This resulted in a Bachelor’s degree in Theology and Religious Studies, awarded by the University of Chester in 2012. “Bhaktivedanta College has shaped my life in many ways,” she said.
Twenty-five students were honored at Bhaktivedanta College’s ninth annual graduation ceremony in Radhadesh, Belgium, on June 3rd. Thirteen received a certificate after one year in the ISKCON college’s theology program, and six received a diploma for two years of study. Meanwhile, six
Kirtan plays a central role in the spiritual practices of the students. Many students have naturally developed expertise in playing instruments and singing by growing up in an atmosphere of dedication to spiritual life and inner growth. For further information and updates please check