How many ISKCON are there in India?

How many ISKCON are there in India?

India. India has the highest density of ISKCON centers in the world, with over 150 temples, 12 state-recognized educational institutions, 25 affiliated and non-affiliated restaurants, and a number of tourist and pilgrimage hotels.

Can I stay in ISKCON Temple?

The temple complex has a beautiful Guest house, very well furnished, well maintained Rooms with courteous staff equipped with dining facilities catering divine Prasadams . Persons who are life members as well as Dharmadhikari’s are provided free accomodation for specific periods.

Can ISKCON people marry?

In Prabhupada’s own words, from the conversation he had with one of his disciples, Govinda Dasi, “The sex life between man and woman can be sanctified by marriage. That is the difference. So within marriage it can be used for having nice Krsna conscious children but not like this.

Can a married woman join Iskcon?

Anyone can join ISKCON as a devotee and they can leave it whenever they want to. There are instances of people leaving our organisation after working in it for 2-3 years. There is no restrictions on leaving the organisation at all. Are there any restrictions on devotees getting married?

What is the life membership fee of Iskcon?

One time the life membership was one lakh rupees. Then it dropped to Rs. 50000.00 now I discovered at Mayapur temple during my stay end of January,2019 it was Rs. 30000.00.

Where is India’s biggest Iskcon Temple?

Sri Radha Krishna-chandra Temple (Kannada: ಶ್ರೀ ರಾಧಾ ಕೃಷ್ಣ ಮಂದಿರ) is one of the largest Krishna Hindu temples in the world, affiliated with ISKCON Revival Movement. It is located at Rajajinagar, in North Bangalore in the Indian State of Karnataka….ISKCON Temple, Bangalore.

ISKCON Temple Bangalore
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How can I become Krishna conscious?

Practice Bhakti Yoga.

  1. Chanting.
  2. Studying sacred texts.
  3. Spending time with other Hare Krishna devotees.
  4. Upholding the four principles.
  5. Eating a vegan or vegetarian diet.

Is it okay to call one’s wife a Mataji?

“Mataji” is a respectful term used to address an older woman in Indian culture, particularly if she is unknown to the speaker. Men are encouraged to call all devotee women “Mataji” because according to Vedic culture, all women who are not one’s wife are to be treated as one’s mother.