Bhakta Vinay shares his memorable experience of the Be a Monk experience at Bhaktivedanta Manor "[It] offered me a rare opportunity to cut myself off from the distractions of everyday life and focus internally through a holistic 7-day experience..."
Visit Bhaktivedanta Manor
The manor is a spiritual sanctuary spread over 78 acres of land with plentiful gardens, an organic farm, a protected herd of cows, a temple, a monastery and a community of spiritual seekers! There are a lot of things to get involved in too. And if it’s your first time, someone from our team can meet you and give you a tour!
Are you on a spiritual journey?
If you’re a ‘seeker’ and want to learn the wisdom secrets of ancient Eastern philosophy, there are many fun, inspiring and enlightening offerings to get involved in!
Contribute towards the Deities and cows, sponsor books for sharing spiritual wisdom or just donate towards the upkeep of the temple
Come and be part of the community. You can help plan festivals, milk the cows or do a bit of gardening. Whatever your talent, we’ll fit you in
Celebrate important occasions with us. Book a wedding, baby blessing, or any ceremony and invite spiritual blessings into your life
The wisdom blog
Reflections and thoughts from the Temple President after attending the Coronation of King Charles III
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People may associate simple living with minimalism, a current movement that encourages us to avoid overcollecting and conspicuous consumption. However, for Srila Prabhupada, simple living was much more than this, for it was inextricably linked to high thinking.
Reflecting on 2022 and moving forward into 2023 as a time to deepen our Krishna consciousness by taking shelter and solace in the holy names of Krishna - as well as celebrating 50 years of Bhaktivedanta Manor.
More than ever, the people of this world need Srila Prabhupada’s teachings. His words and example have helped each one of us, saving us from a life of frustration, improving every aspect of our existence, and giving us true values, direction and hope
If we can manage to admit the inherent and unavoidable limitations we have, and if we open ourselves to the possibility of truths revealed in bona fide scriptures, we’ve opened the door to a compelling reality.
Unity in diversity can make us more fulfilled, broader devotees of Krishna. This sort of unity doesn’t mean uniformity and this sort of diversity doesn’t mean fragmentation.
The Sanskrit word for mercy is ‘prasada,’ and Srila Prabhupada’s Hare Krishna movement is internationally famous for a certain aspect of prasada: delectable and variegated vegetarian food that’s been offered to Krishna with love and devotion.
In honour of the appearance of Sri Balarama, we offer this meditation from the Srimad Bhagavatam
What is the Hare Krishna movement?
The ‘Hare Krishna Movement’ is the informal name of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), and has its roots in the ancient teachings of the ‘Vedas’, which are historical philosophical treatises dating back to over 5,000 years.
The movement was brought to the western world in 1965 by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, known lovingly by the followers of the movement as ‘Srila Prabhupada’. He wrote over sixty volumes of authoritative translations, commentaries and summary studies of the philosophical and religious classics of India. Thus, today Srila Prabhupada is recognised as one of India’s greatest spiritual ambassadors of the 20th Century.
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