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New Free Downloadable ebook on Bhagavad-gita

by Urmila devi dasi
Posted October 21, 2012

At this link: http://illuminationeducation.com/freebooks on the bottom of the page, you can find our Illustrated Bhagavad-gita. It is designed for teaching anyone age five and up. It is a free download, with all encouragement to copy, print, and distribute as you like.

The file takes a while to download because in the book are links to audio for each verse. You can also download the audio separately, with the links at the bottom of the URL page.





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Care for Cows Sept 2012

by Kurma Rupa dasa
Posted September 30, 2012

Jai Govinda!

The September 2012 issue of our Care for Cows Newsletter has been posted. Please review it at your earliest convenience.

http://careforcows.org/downloads/newsletters_0

In this edition of 20 pages (2.3 MB) we present reports on:

1. The daring rescues performed by Gau Raksha Dal Punjab of 48 oxen between Chatta and Mathura.

2. The success story of Manjari, the ideal abandoned calf.

3. The rescue of a one-year-old nearly lifeless bull who is recovering and already becoming one of the favorites in the goshalla.

Thanks for your participation and support. I hope this finds you experiencing the happiness and inner satisfaction that accompanies cow protection. Jaya Sri Gopal!





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Care for Cows August 2012

by Kurma Rupa dasa
Posted August 14, 2012

The August 2012 issue of our Care for Cows Newsletter has been posted. Please review it at your earliest convenience.

(careforcows.org/downloads/newsletters_0).

In this edition of 26 pages (2.5 MB) we present reports on:

1. An account of the abandonment of a dried-up milk cow and her calf.

2. The rescue of two battered young bull calves.

3. A time-tested recipe on how to make cows happy.

4. The astonishing accomplishment of Wenda Shehata and the residents of the Hugletts Wood Farm Animal Sanctuary, U.K. in setting a World's Record of making 2,442 gobar cakes in twelve hours!

5. The four calves born at Care for Cows this month

Thanks for your participation and support. I hope this finds you experiencing the happiness and inner satisfaction that accompanies cow protection. Jaya Sri Gopal!



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Prison Programs Outside USA

by ISKCON Prison Ministry
Posted August 13, 2012


Brazil 2012

Hare Krsna dear devotees!

It's my great pleasure to present a new addition to the IPM website; article about prison preaching programs outside USA!

Here is the link you can follow to read the 3 articles just added: Click Here clear=all>


Chile 2012 #2

Be sure to click on the titles or on "read more" so you can see all the pictures included.

Thank you all for your amazing support!

If you want to receive IPM NEWS, our monthly electronic newsletter, please send us an e-mail with “Subscribe to IPM NEWS” in the subject line. To help with this prison program, please contact Mukunda Dasa or Bhakti-lata Dasi at:


Chile 2012 #7

ISKCON Prison Ministry
PO Box 2676
Alachua, FL 32616-2676
IskconPrisonMinistry@gmail.com
352-575-0458
www.iskconprisonministry.org



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Care for Cows October

by Kurma Rupa Dasa
Posted October 21, 2012

This month we decided to post the contents of our Care for Cows October Newsletter on our Facebook Page:

https://www.facebook.com/careforcows.

The main reason being is that Facebook is more interactive and we can post videos there. When we have longer articles which require more text and photos, we will create a pdf and post it on careforcows.org as before. But otherwise you may visit our Facebook Page to get regular updates and participate by commenting on our posts.

This month we posted a three-and-one-half-minute video of our herd of 175 crossing the Yamuna at Belvan. You may remember that these cows were either rescued from the streets after being abandoned, injured by reckless drivers or while en-route to the slaughter house. Our efforts may not have made much difference to the many neglected cows in India, but, as you will see, we have made a difference to the ones in Belvan.

We posted before-and-after photos of four residents of Belvan so their sponsors can see how they have progressed.

Also we posted a photo and short video of Champakalata's new beautiful calf and others of a group of twenty Swiss pilgrims visiting India and interacting with our herd at Kiki Nagla.

You may be happy to hear that the near-lifeless bull calf rescued during Purusottama Mas has not only recuperated but has become a very effective and loving receptionist. You will see him charming the Swiss pilgrims.

Thanks for your participation and support. I hope this finds you experiencing the happiness and inner satisfaction that accompanies cow protection. Jaya Sri Gopal!

Your friend and servant,
Kurma Rupa dasa
careforcows.org





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Powerpoint Presentation Available

by Vrsabha das
Posted October 5, 2012

I'd like you to see and download my PowerPoint presentation (in pdf format) about Srila Prabhupada. I find it very helpful in my missionary activities, especially as an introduction to new people. The presentation could be downloaded from Croatian website www.cvs-osijek.com. Click on the Prabhupada's logo-image with English flag.

If the presentation appeals to you and would like to translate it into another language, you could write to me and I will send you the PPT file in which you could make changes. My e-mail address is vpd108@gmail.com. My other three presentations you could download from www.cvs-zagreb.org. They are entitled 1) Vegetarianism, 2) Reincarnation, 3) Cow protection.





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Download Bhagavatam With 11 Sanskrit Commentaries

by Hari Parshad das
Posted August 16, 2012

For those devotees who are adept at reading Sanskrit and wish to relish Srimad Bhagavatam, I've managed to upload all twelve cantos of a book called Aneka Vyakhya Samalankrita Srimad Bhagavatam, which means 'Srimad Bhagavatam with Multiple Sanskrit Commentaries'.

This book contains all the verses of the Srimad Bhagavatam with commentaries in Sanskrit by 11 Acharyas of different Vaishnava Sampradayas, including Srila Sridhar Swami, Srila Jiva Goswami, Srila Vishvanatha Cakravarti Thakura, etc.

Devotees can download this book from the following Internet Archive locations:

Canto 01 (69 MB)
Canto 02 (40 MB)
Canto 03 (182 MB)
Canto 04 (83 MB)
Canto 05 (123 MB)
Canto 06 (93 MB)
Canto 07 (60 MB)
Canto 08 (51 MB)
Canto 09 (51 MB)
Canto 10 (724 MB)
Canto 11 (197 MB)
Canto 12 (33 MB)

Please pass on this message to all Bhagavatam enthusiasts.


Editor's Note: Uploading this set to the Internet Archive, as Hari Parshad prabhu has done, is a very nice service on his part. As he points out, of course, this is primarily useful for people who are adept in reading Sanskrit. The work is entirely in Devanagari characters and, because the files are scanned images, as opposed to actual Unicode text files, they can become surprisingly large. To download the entire set would fill up 1.7 gigabytes of space on a hard drive. The available formats most useful for Sanskritists are the PDF or the DjVu versions, depending on your preferred reader program. Unfortunately, the Internet Archive's "Full Text" option or the "PDF with text" options were machine-converted through an OCR program that does not interpret Devanagari characters, so they are unlikely to be useful.



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ISKCON Congregational Development Ministry Video

by Manjulali Manjari Sevini dd
Posted August 13, 2012

We, the ISKCON Congregational Development Ministry, are proud to present to you our THIRD video clip of a series of programs which our ministry supports. Hope you enjoy it and share it with your friends!



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ISKCON Congregational Development Ministry Video

by Manjulali Manjari Sevini dd
Posted July 20, 2012

We, the ISKCON Congregational Development Ministry, are proud to present to you our SECOND video clip of a series of programs which our ministry supports. Hope you enjoy it and share it with your friends!



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