Finding distance, declination and movement of the planets in the Surya...

Sunrise to sunset is the route the Sun Planet takes in his giant golden chariot harnessed to seven horses. The chariot of the Sun-god (Surya), worshiped by the words om bhur bhuva svah, travels at a speed of 3,400,800 yojanas [27,206,400 miles] in a muhurta (a Muhurta equals approximately 48 minutes).

Rules for the Temple

We who have come to the Sri Chaitanya Math are all surrendered to Sri Chaitanya Deva, therefore we do not have any other goal besides devotional service to the Supreme Lord.

DNA proves the existence of God

Information Theory and DNA deal a crushing blow to Atheism, because the laws of physics and chemistry do not account for the existence of information.

Iskcon Hungary Steps Up to Help Middle Eastern Refugees

Over the past two years, Europe has been facing a refugee crisis. Many people trying to reach Europe are from countries shaken by war,...

Metropolitan Museum New York to exhibit Lord Krishna holding Mount Goverdhan

by Rajan Zed The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (MET), said to be one of the world's largest and finest art museums, is...

A Look at India From the Views of Other Scholars

(Excerpt from Mysteries of the Ancient Vedic Empire by Stephen Knapp, Sri Nandanandana dasa) First of all, why should we consider that Ancient India was...

The Secret of Real Religion

Ms. Nixon: My first question is very basic. What is Krsna consciousness? Srila Prabhupada: "Krsna" means God. We are all intimately connected with Him because He is our original father. But we have forgotten this connection.

Gita Contest Winner Donates Cash Prize to Educate Needy

The Indian media is exploding with the story of Maryam Siddiqui, a 12-year-old Muslim girl from Mumbai who came first place in her class...

Why India Needs a New Independence Movement

by David Frawley As the World is embracing Indian Thought more and more, India seems to be abandoning it. Perhaps the greatest challenge for India today...

Mandala Turns a New Page in Devotional Publishing

In the late 1960s, when ISKCON founder Srila Prabhupada personally negotiated his first book contracts with Japanese publisher Dai Nippon, he insisted on high grade paper and binding, considering the highest quality to be essential for books containing the highest knowledge.