Visit "Vrindavan Today" Website
Posted November 20, 2010
Vrindavan Today is a new website that brings you daily news of Braj and Vrindavan Dhams — the temple and ashram life, special events, and environmental and heritage protection. We invite you to stay in touch with the Holy Dham of Sri Sri Radha and Krishna by visiting Vrindavan Today,
Vrindavan Today is a non-denominational, non-sectarian site dedicated to the uplift and positive development of the Dham. We are associated with the Braj Vrindavan Heritage Alliance.
The goals of Vrindavan Today are:
- to attract readers from all around the world to experience the spiritual, religious and cultural glories of Vrindavan and Braj,
- to build a community of Vrindavan vasis beyond the limits of any one institution or organization,
- to create awareness of the positive work that different individuals and institutions are doing in Braj/Vrindavan,
- to publicize vital issues related to the “bhauma” Vrindavan of today, especially those concerning heritage and environment,
- to become an important source of information about these issues, both past and present, and
- ultimately, to engage people actively in ways that will serve the practical interests of the Dham.
Some recent articles that may be of interest:
- Remove Yamuna construction that endangers public health
- Nanda assigns calf responsibilities to child Kanai
- Barsana to be developed
- Radha Shyamasundar's Dipavali pastime
- Thousands of fish wash up dead at Vishram Ghat
We welcome contributions from English or Hindi-speaking authors (see our Hindi site) and photographers in the nature of relevant news articles (such as temple events, etc.), researched articles related to Vrindavan or its residents, or editorials related to the themes outlined above. Any other volunteers, such as translators, web designers, contributors in cash or in kind, are also invited to lend a hand. Please communicate or submit any content to vrindavantoday -at- gmail.com
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