Hare Krishna Movement


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Hare Krishna Movement

This is another name for the International Society for Krishna Consciousness which was founded by Swami Prabhupada in 1965 following the teachings of a 16th-century holy man, Chaitanya.
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Close to 50 years ago, she began her journey, 'left everything behind,' joined the Hare Krishna movement, and for 20 years lived as a missionary in India and Africa.
After visiting the home of the Hare Krishna movement, she is invited to join the masses making the pilgrimage to the sacred city of Mayapur, where she takes in the spectacular shrines and ceremonies.
After visiting the home of the Hare Krishna movement, she is Cruising with Jane McDonald, C5 invited to join the masses making the pilgrimage to the sacred city of Mayapur, where she takes in the spectacular shrines and ceremonies.
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The protagonist leaves looking for personal growth and, for that, experiences a series of events the way traditional heroes do -- the writer's vocation, an old love, arrest and torture by paramilitaries, the trip to Amsterdam, an offer to become a drug trafficker, a new love, the Hare Krishna movement, the Sufi, the trip to Nepal -- until he reaches his goal.
The Hare Krishna Movement in Ghana is warning that, Bishop Daniel Obinim is operating with 'demons'.
The Hare Krishna Movement or ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) belongs to an ancient tradition of devotional yoga with its roots in the Vedic culture of India, dating back over 5,000 years.
The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), otherwise known as the Hare Rama Hare Krishna movement, only served to stir the devotion of those unaccustomed to the dazzle and glitter associated with religions in our country.
HISTORIC buildings in the heart of Cardiff Bay are set to get a new lease of life - as a centre for the Hare Krishna movement.
Leap is a film about the Hare Krishna movement told through two main characters.
Interestingly, Tulsi is a member of ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness), also known as the Hare Krishna movement. She especially appreciates the Bhagavad Gita as a spiritual guide, and used the Gita when she was ceremonially sworn in as a Representative.
The Hare Krishna Movement in the Sixties brought the first glimpse of Pushtimarg (the way of grace, or spiritual tradition taught by Vallabha (1470-1532 CE)) to America, the most controversial of the forms of bhakti (devotion or spiritual attachment), which borrowed proselytization from Christian evangelicals.