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What Is International Society For Krishna Consciousness?

The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), otherwise known as the Hare Krishna movement, includes five hundred major centers, temples and rural communities, nearly one hundred affiliated vegetarian restaurants, thousands of namahattas or local meeting groups, a wide variety of community projects, and millions of congregational members worldwide.

(ISKCON) is a Hindu religious organization

Founded in New York City in 1966 by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

ISKCON is also known as the Hare Krishna movement.

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Teachings of Lord Krishna

Teachings from Lord Krishna’s talks in the Bhagavad Gita:

Pathways to God

Lord Krishna discusses different paths of yoga, including Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga (the yoga of devotion), and Jnana Yoga (the yoga of knowledge).

Nature of the Self

Lord Krishna elucidates the eternal nature of the soul (Atman) and the distinction between the physical body and the immortal Self.

Devotion and Surrender

The Bhagwat Geeta emphasizes the significance of devotion and surrender to universe God as a means to attain spiritual liberation.

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ISKCON belongs to the Gaudiya-Vaishnava sampradāya, a monotheistic tradition within the Vedic or Hindu culture. Philosophically it is based on the Sanskrit texts Bhagavad–gītā and the Bhagavat Purana, or Srimad Bhagavatam. These are the historic texts of the devotional bhakti yoga tradition, which teaches that the ultimate goal for all living beings is to reawaken their love for God, or Lord Krishna, the “all-attractive one”..

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Discovering God’s Purpose, Embracing Krishna’s Love


Find joy in the path of selfless service infused with devotion to Krishna, where every action becomes a sacred offering, and the journey itself becomes a blissful communion with the divine.