By Satyaraj Dasa (Steven Rosen) for Bhakti Center Newsletter on 1 Jun 2012
Does it shock you that Vedic culture existed outside India so long ago?” Ta asked me, “No,” I said. “Veda means knowledge, and true knowledge is everybody’s birthright.” Ta seemed pleased. “I know exactly what you mean,” he ventured. Then with increased confidence he said, “Krishna came to me in Cambodia.”
From June 28 through July 27, more than 50 ISKCON devotees will travel in two buses on an adventure across the USA and Canada. The tour is organized by ISKCON Youth Ministry volunteers to inspire youth in Krishna consciousness.
Lesmahagow, a quiet village near Glasgow, founded by monks in the 12th century is again home to monks but of a different order. In 1987 Hare Krishna monks moved into a humble property here, and began to develop an ambitious program and turned the site into a state-of-the-art Eco Farm.