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30th Anniversary

June 26- Aug 22


Dedicated to His Divine Grace A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, Founder-Acharya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness

Mount Kailash – Pilgrimage to Lord Siva’s Abode With Indradyumna Swami

The parikrama around Mount Kailash in Tibet is one of the most challenging and demanding on earth. At the highest point of the parikrama, 5,850 meters, one is left gasping for air as the oxygen level is only one-third of what it is at sea level. The cold, the austere living facilities and the many inconveniences encountered require immense physical, mental and spiritual strength. But for those who prevail, the rewards are great. Mount Kailash is the earthly abode of Lord Siva and his consort, Parvati. With their blessings, one can achieve the highest goal of spiritual life, which is to become an eternal resident of Sri Vrindavan Dhama, the eternal abode of Lord Krsna. Sastra states that Lord Siva is Krsna’s greatest devotee. This video shows how a small group of devotees, eager for Lord Siva’s blessings, successfully completed the pilgrimage to Mount Kailash and experienced one of the greatest adventures in life.

The Second Wave


We’re back from Woodstock, holding our festivals in towns and villages along the Baltic Sea coast here in Poland. The weather is better, there are more tourists on the coast and our festivals are as popular as ever. We’re a bit tired, but that’s to be expected after a blistering pace the first half of the summer and Woodstock on top of that. But nothing can deter us as we share the wonders of Krsna conscious with everyone we meet!

Indradyumna Swami

“We become inspired in Krishna Consciousness; we become purified by going to the Holy Dhama. But our ultimate duty is to share the glories of Vrindavan with the world.”

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