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ISKCONInternational Society for Krishna Consciousness (Hare Krishna Movement)
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In 1979, however, the headquarters of ISKCON were moved to Croome.
If the Hare Krishnas seemed to capture the nonconformist zeitgeist of the 1960s, today's ISKCON likewise reflects the reigning cultural mood, with its emphasis on responsibility and balance--of career and family, of spontaneity and constraint, of worldly and otherworldly pursuits.
Wealthy supporters have helped ISKCON build dozens of beautiful temples across India.
More than a quarter of the study is devoted to reviewing six ISKCON publications.
But a change of venue didn't change the character of typical DDCA meetings, as some directors reportedly again shouted at times during the two- hour long discussions held at Govinda's Restaurant inside the ISKCON Temple in East of Kailash, south Delhi.
It also said that it is providing all assistance to Russian tourists, belonging largely to ISKCON.
A place for sattvic cuisine comes to Bangalore's ISKCON Complex
At the time of the blast there were nearly 8,000 people at the temple that belongs to the International Society of Krishna Consciousness, or ISKCON, said Radheshyam Singh, a police officer.
The smallest group included those joining new religious movements such as Messianic Judaism, ISKCON ("Hare Krishna"), Transcendental Meditation, or Jehovah's Witnesses.
A similar argument can be made with regard to the Court's holding in ISKCON v.
1996) (striking down ordinance restricting placement of signs in residential areas to window signs); ISKCON of Potomac, Inc.