Vedic Discourse by very special guest His Holiness Kratu Maharaj this Sunday – June/05/2016

About HH Kratu Maharaj: Kratu Prabhu was born in aristocratic Gujarati Gaudiya Vaishnava family on July 5, 1944.His first exposure to ISKCON happened in 1970, at St. Louis. He later joined full-time in 1974, in Toronto. He met his Guru, His Divine Grace Srila Prabhupada in 1976, from whom he received a direct order for preaching Krishna consciousness. He and his wife were initiated by Srila Prabhupada in 1977 in Toronto, Canada.

While in West, he worked as professional engineer for five years in Toronto.In Chicago he worked for Chicago temple as director of congregational preaching. He then became temple President of Vancouver temple in 1987. In 1993, he moved to Baroda, Gujarat and conducted college and school preaching. He also started a book distribution program by Bullock Cart for every town and village. In 1997, he became temple President of ISKCON, Delhi and continued house and pandal preaching programs.

In 2002, he became an initiating spiritual master in ISKCON and is ever since vigorously travelling and preaching all over the world and regularly visiting USA, Canada, UK, Europe and continuously preaching in India, conducting pandal programs, educational programs and devotional tours.

  Japathon-Congregational Mantra Meditation

Next meeting on June 4 ,2016(5.30am-9.30am) at ISKCON Brampton

The chanting is a spiritual call for the Lord and His Energy to give protection to the conditioned soul.japa, when performed with focus and attention, can subdue the agitating effects of one’s mind and senses. The senses, of which the mind is also one, are constantly being stimulated by the external world  – by gross and subtle matter.
If you have not chanted before, and would like to participate in this program, we will be very happy to show how you can do this.
All welcome. We’ll loan you a set of Beads!

Monthly sankirtan Festival(MSF)

“One who has life can preach, and one who preaches gets life.”(Previous Acaryas)

Every member of ISKCON should have the opportunity to make advancement in Krishna consciousness by preaching.We encourage everyone to come out and participate and make Srila Prabhupada happy.

Please contact:
Rasaraj Dasa[email protected]/ 647.887.5736(Mississauga and Brampton regions)
Narahari Dev Dasa [email protected] (Etobicoke

Celebrampton-Flower City Parade
Saturday, June 11, 2016,11 am – 4 pm in Down Town Brampton

This free event attracts more than 35,000 Brampton residents and visitors with a variety of activities and fun for the entire family.We would like to encourage our members and their families to come out to sing and dance with us during the parade and represent ISKCON Brampton. You may dress up traditionally in colourful outfits on a flower theme.You are requested to assemble in temple at 1 pm

Find more details of Celebrampton here or contact Amoghalila Dasa.

Fasting For Bhima Ekadasi(Nirjala)
Fasting…………………on Wed June 15,2016
Breakfast……………..on Thu June 16,2016 b/w 7.00am-10.44am

Every fortnight, we observe Ekadasi, a day of prayer and meditation. On this day we fast (or simplify our meals and abstain from grains and beans), and spend extra time reading the scriptures and chanting the auspicious Hare Krishna mantra.By constantly ‘exercising’ our minds through regular japa we can train our senses to push the threshold of contentment.
**This time it would be complete fast,no drinking,no eating**

English audio glorification of all Ekadasis is available here 


Sunday School

To register,contact us
Email:[email protected]com

The Sunday School provides fun filled strategies through the medium of music, drama, debates, quizzes and games that present Vedic Culture to children. However the syllabus is also designed to simultaneously teach them to always remember Krishna and never forget Him. School
The Sunday School follows the curriculum provided by the Bhaktivedanta College of Education and Culture (BCEC).

Gift Shop

Our boutique is stocked with an excellent range of products, perfect for gifts or as souvenirs of your visit. It offers textiles, jewellery, incense, devotional articles, musical instruments, books, and CDs inspired by Indian culture.We’re open on all Sundays and celebrations marked in our annual calendar.

Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
Chant and Be happy

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