ntly the main drama of Bhaktivedanta Manor, the Bhaktivedanta Players, performed a ‘Krishna conscious’ rendition of the beloved Hollywood classic movie The Wizard of Oz. It now be viewed on Youtube
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The Elected Mayor of Watford Cllr Peter Taylor made a special visit to the Gokula Food Bank on Market Street, in acknowledgement of the sixth anniversary of their popular Free Food Mondays project.
On Monday 22nd January Bhaktivedanta Manor joined in the global celebration of Lord Rama's return to Ayodhya.
Devotees organised an end of year celebration, themed around Bhaktivedanta Manor’s 50th anniversary. The organisers had embraced a joyous spirit and everyone was made welcome.
Bhaktivedanta Manor's Temple President, Her Grace Visakha Dasi, joined 21 other senior faith representatives from across the County of Hertfordshire
Everyone is invited to participate in the installation ceremony by taking darshan of the Kalash carrying Akshata (Holy Grains) from the Ayodhya Trust, which symbolises the invite to visit the temple in Ayodhya, either on the installation day itself or sometime in the future.
Volunteer Care Council have established a Volunteers Friendship Group for those who are 50 years and over to get together, socialise, play games, and puzzles - whilst of course keeping Krishna at the centre!
A new baby boy calf is born at New Gokul Farm (14/12/2023)
Taking the season to heart, the Bhaktivedanta Players performed a hilarious and lively parody of the Wizard of Oz.
Manor community devotees participated in a timely international conference organised the Bhaktivedanta Institute for Higher Studies (BIHS), entitled “Cosmology of the Bhagavata Purana: Current Research on History, Philosophy, and Science.”
In commemoration of the 50th anniversary at Bhaktivedanta Manor, a special mosaic was commissioned and recently unveiled. The project was led by mosaic artist Wendy Phillips and a core team, as well as an extended team of 400 community members contributing their talents.
A proposal has been made to develop a Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) located in the land adjacent to Bhaktivedanta Manor. There is a shared concern between the local villagers in Letchmore Heath and Bhaktivedanta Manor that this development would bring about many issues, primarily that of noise pollution.
With a desire to increase communication, understanding and harmony between world faiths, King Charles III of the United Kingdom arranged for faith leaders to gather with him. Visakha Dasi, president of Bhaktivedanta Manor, was one of the leaders to meet the King.