Description: Mpumalanga means place of the rising sun and sun is certainly rising over New Govardhana (ISKCON Mpumalanga) and the home of Sri Krishna and Balarama – ever present, casting their merciful glance, overseeing the activities in ISKCON Mpumalanga. Based in Ermelo under the management of Prabhupada Priya das the reach of New Govardhana extends far and wide ensuring that Krishna Consciousness is spread throughout the region – Bethal, Trichardt, Kinross, Secunda, Witbank, Nelspruit, Middelburg, Standerton and Piet Retief where regular namahatta programs and Food for Life programs are held. A famous sight in Ermelo has become the Ratha Yatra street procession, which has been held annually for some years now. In the pipeline are plans for a Goshala to facilitate cow protection.
Address: Domaine d’Oublaisse, La Nouvelle Mayapura, Chateauroux, France – 36360 Phone: +33 (2) 54402395 Fax: +33 (2) 54402893 Email:email@example.comWebsite:www.newmayapur.fr Description: Their Lordship Sri Sri Radha Govinda Madhava, Sri Sri Gaura Nitai, Sri Sri Krishna Balaram are the presiding Deities.
Address: Bhaktivedanta Swami Marg, Raman Reti, Vrindavan, District Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India – 281124 Phone: +91 (0565) 2540728, +91 (0565) 2540343, +91 (0565) 2540023, +91 (0565) 2540907 Website: www.vrindavandarshan.com, www.iskconvrindavan.comEmail:firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Facebook:ISKCON VrindavanAudio:mp3Live:Temple webcamGallery:View images Description: The Krishna Balaram Mandir was personally established by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada on Rama Navami in 1975. The temple is situated in Raman Reti, Vrindavan, U.P., where the Supreme Lord Sri Krishna displayed His transcendental pastimes 5,000 years ago. Sri Krishna and Balaram would herd Their cows at Raman Reti near the Yamuna River. The temple has three altars. On the first altar are Sri Sri Gaura Nitai, the most merciful incarnations of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and Nityananda Prabhu who appeared about 500 years ago at West Bengal. The divine brothers, Sri Krishna and Balaram, are worshiped on the central altar and on the third altar are Sri Sri Radha Shyamasundara along Their confidental gopis, Lalita and Vishakha.