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HARE KRISHNA

Welcome

On this page you will find answers to the most commonly asked questions. The Hare Krishna movement is an international association with the official title ISKCON, which stands for “The International Society for Krishna Consciousness,” founded in 1966 by Srila Prabhupada.

The Hare Krishna movement is not a new religion however. The teachings of the Hare Krishna movement can be traced back to the more than 5000 year-old Vedic Scriptures, among which the most prominent is Bhagavad-gita. The objective of the Hare Krishna movement is to propagate knowledge of the Supreme Person, Krishna, as He is described in the Vedic Scriptures, as well as the relationship of all living beings to Him. It is our ambition to present deep spiritual wisdom to society at large. We do this via literature, lectures, public events, radio, and other activities. We also host student and school visits.

In Denmark Hare Krishna has a temple and a vegetarian restaurant in Copenhagen, and local radio stations in Copenhagen and Aarhus. Should you wish to come in contact with members of Hare Krishna near you, or would you like to know more about us, you are more than welcome to contact us.

Enjoy

Founder-acarya
His divine grace
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

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HARE KRISHNA

Welcome

On this page you will find answers to the most commonly asked questions. The Hare Krishna movement is an international association with the official title ISKCON, which stands for “The International Society for Krishna Consciousness,” founded in 1966 by Srila Prabhupada.

The Hare Krishna movement is not a new religion however. The teachings of the Hare Krishna movement can be traced back to the more than 5000 year-old Vedic Scriptures, among which the most prominent is Bhagavad-gita. The objective of the Hare Krishna movement is to propagate knowledge of the Supreme Person, Krishna, as He is described in the Vedic Scriptures, as well as the relationship of all living beings to Him. It is our ambition to present deep spiritual wisdom to society at large. We do this via literature, lectures, public events, radio, and other activities. We also host student and school visits.

In Denmark Hare Krishna has a temple and a vegetarian restaurant in Copenhagen, and local radio stations in Copenhagen and Aarhus. Should you wish to come in contact with members of Hare Krishna near you, or would you like to know more about us, you are more than welcome to contact us.

Enjoy

Founder-acarya
His divine grace
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

COME VISIT US AT THE HARE KRISHNA TEMPLE

ADDRESS
Skjulhøj Allé 44,
2720 Vanløse
Telefon: 48286446
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MONDAY – SATURDAY
04.30: Mangala-arati (ceremony with kirtan)
05.15: Japa-meditation
07.15: Darshan-arati (ceremony)
07.20: Guru-puja for Srila Prabhupada
07.45: Lecture on the SrimadBhagavatam
09.00: Breakfast
18.00: Lecture on the Bhagavad-gita
19.00: Gaura-arati (ceremony with kirtan)
20.00: Temple closes

SUNDAY FEAST:
15.00: Hare Krishna-kirtana
15.45: Lecture on the Bhagavad-gita
16.30: Hare Krishna-kirtana
17.00: Vegetarian feast
18.00: Questions & answers

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Bhaktivinoda Thakuras bortgang

Tue 2. July 17:00-20:00

Festival of India

Sat 6. July 13:00-20:00

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