Yamuna International Arts Academy

This is an ambitious school project with the aim of providing a balanced modern and spiritual education. The school has been started by a gurukuli to fulfill the wish of Srila Prabhupada, who wanted to create modern saints.

Stop Construction of Bridge in Vrindavan

The central government of India is building a big bridge around Keshi Gath. It is against the will of all the local residents in Vrindavan. The new bridge threatens Vrindavan’s heritage ghat. The governor of the state...

Vrindavan Civic Body upgraded to ‘A’ category

The Civic body of Vrindavan has been upgraded to ‘Grade A’ municipality by the State Government. In a cabinet meeting, chaired by the UP...

Brajvasi, Brajhansi, Brajphansi or Brajnashi

Those who do not care for the status, origin or material background of a person are called Brajvasi. Nobody will ever go away from a Brajvasi home without being properly fed. A Brajhansi is somebody ridiculing Braj...

Illegal Structures Demolished near Puri Temple

Armed with an Orissa High Court order, the Jagannath Temple administration in Puri on Tuesday started the process of demolishing portions of a building close to the entrance of the 12th century shrine.

Vrindavan set to become model city

Vrindavan is set to become a model city. The pilgrimage town has been short listed by the State government to be developed as a...

Age old Yamuna Ghats on the verge of extinction

The effect of the unplanned and arbitrary execution of the River Front Development Project in Vrindavan by the State Irrigation Department has caused irreparable...

Yamuna River to be revived with help from London

London is to help India revive Delhi's Yamuna River, once revered as one of the country's most sacred waterways but now regarded as toxic and lethal by environmentalists.

Vrindavan and Barsana have just been declared official pilgrimage sites: what...

by Vrindavan Today The government of Uttar Pradesh on Friday announced that Vrindavan and Barsana are now tirtha sthal – official pilgrimage sites. In a...

Bitter Seeds: A New Film about the Tragic Effects of Globalization

Every 30 minutes in India, a farmer kills himself in despair because he can no longer provide for his family. Manjusha, whose own father committed suicide, is determined to become a journalist.