ISKCON


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ISKCONInternational Society for Krishna Consciousness (Hare Krishna Movement)
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The contribution of ISKCON Food Relief Foundation is really commendable and they are doing a really great work providing nutritious food to the hungry children.
Tarakanatha Prabhu, for ISKCON, said: "The property will become our charity headquarters for Wales.
Although these days we don't see too many of such ISKCON members in public gatherings or busy places 'begging' for money, the group still exists and now seems to have a member of their own - a very powerful voice, which I must add - represented within the US Congress under Tulsi Gabbard.
126) Since ISKCON, Chief Justice George and Justice Moreno have both left the Court, replaced by Chief Justice Cantil-Sakauye and Justice Liu.
Spiritual Pain and Painkiller Spirituality: Issues of Spiritual Abuse, Religious Addiction, and Dependency in ISKCON.
ISKCON was one of the purer forms of the religion, founded by Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabupada, and brought first to New York in 1967, then to San Francisco, and thence to England.
One respondent said that in 1979, some local ISKCON members tried to officially register the society but failed.
20,000), Pentecostals (approximately 6,000), the New Apostolic Church of North Rhine-Westphalia (approximately 1,000), and ISKCON (approximately 500).
111) A similar objective analysis was likely driving Justice Kennedy's opinion in Forbes, as that case contained no mention of the subjective forum principles to which he objected in ISKCON and appeared to acknowledge the editorial autonomy inherent in the creation of public broadcasting.
ISKCON began the modern-era construction boom in 1971 by founding the Krishna Balaram Temple in Raman Reti, several kilometers from the traditional center of Vrindaban but surrounded by large tracts of hitherto undeveloped land and with wide streets that would allow tour buses to discharge their passengers for a quick visit.
1982) (upholding a no-soliciting rule at Meadowlands as content-neutral, even though "[t]he Authority fears that solicitation may offend or annoy some bettors so much that they will choose in the future to attend one of the competing, privately-owned race tracks in the area where ISKCON does not pursue its activities").
The blast occurred Wednesday night near the state capital Imphal at the temple run by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, or ISKCON, during a religious festival.