Gaura Purnima Festival March 5, 2015 in New Vrindaban

Everyone is invited to come and help celebrate the auspicious Appearance Day of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, incarnation of the Lord, the original propagator of kirtan- chanting the Holy Names of the Lord.

He taught that anyone—regardless of background or spiritual qualification—could develop their innate love of God and experience great spiritual pleasure by chanting the Hare Krishna mantra.

GAURA PURNIMA SCHEDULE    Thursday March 5, 2015

New Vrindaban Celebrates Lord Nityananda's Appearance Day

Lord Nityananda’s Appearance Day in New Vrindaban Dhama

New Vrindaban started the New Year with a colorful, lively, family-friendly Nityananda Trayodasi celebration on Sunday Feb. 1.  Snow covered the ground all over New Vrindaban, but that didn’t stop many devotees from bundling up and carefully driving down to the temple for bhajans at 10:30 Sunday morning.

New Vrindaban Honors Memory of Her Grace Sankara dasi

Devotees Remember Sankara Dasi on 30th Anniversary of Her Passing

By Madhava Smullen

Friends and family are remembering Srimati Sankara devi dasi -- known for her deep love of her children and quiet dedication to Krishna’s service -- as the 30th anniversary of her passing approaches on January 25th, 2015. On that day, the Sunday Feast program at ISKCON New Vrindaban will be held in her honor.

Srila Prabhupada's First Visit to New Vrindaban, 1969

A Swami’s Dream Comes to Life: Prabhupada’s First Visit to New Vrindaban

Written by Madhava Smullen. Archival Research by Chaitanya Mangala.

New Vrindaban, May 20th, 1969 – A small cluster of devotees waited at the entrance to the rural West Virginia property, hearts beating with anticipation. As the Lincoln town car turned the corner, they hit the gravel driveway in obeisance.