Three year-old Ram the ox spends day at Manor School, a wonderful interactive learning experience for the children!
News and bulletins
Bhaktivedanta Manors Festival Committee treated the community to a new and exciting summer festival. The event included devotional market stalls, prasad, a music stage and most notably a Festival of Colours.
There is a great new ISKCON Temple in Stoke-on-Trent. Dignitaries at the official opening of the centre included Joe Gideon MP and Lord Mayor of Stoke, Cllr Chandra Kanneganti
Book your Sunday Bus Ticket - to visit to Bhaktivedanta Manor from Stanmore station at 12:00pm
With the exception of guide dogs, no dogs/pets allowed on site due to increase in dog fouling, barking and even the odd dog fight!
After a two year gap, the Glastonbury Music Festival was back in full-swing and the Hare Krishna Tent was fully operational for the 5 full days
Manor devotee Deon runs three half-marathons to fund-raise for guest facilities
View and download the Spring 2022 Bhaktivedanta Manor community newsletter.
On 26th June Sutapa Das accepted sannyasa. and was awarded the name Svayam Bhagavan Keshava Swami.
Initiation ceremonies were carried out at Bhaktivedanta Manor by Kadamba Kanana Swami and Chandramauli Swami.
Swami Purnachaitanya and friends from the Art of Living made a special visit to Bhaktivedanta Manor as part of his European tour.
Regular harinama, Rathayatra processions and weekly gatherings at Rochester sanga
Devotees of the Bhaktivedanta Manor and London ISKCON communities combined forces to ensure a notable presence at the Annual Cambridge Strawberry Fair
During the weekends, keen volunteers are performing many different types of valuable service around the Manor estate.
Keen students of the Bhakti Vaibhava course at the Manor received their graduation certificates from Krishna Ksetra Swami.
History was made in Watford’s famous Cassiobury Parrk. . Local devotees gathered en masse along Watford’s bustling high street for hari nama chanting, followed by a festival in the park
The future looks bright for Manor School, after OFSTED's approval
Participants on the WWOOFers scheme travel to Bhaktivedanta Manor from far away, stay for a few weeks and offer hundreds of hours of voluntary service in the horticultural department.