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New Vrindaban Rebuilds, Sees Bright Future Ahead

New Vrindaban Rebuilds, Sees Bright Future Ahead

Originally posted by Madhava Smullen for ISKCON News on 9 May 2013

New Vrindaban Board Members with Srila Prabhupada in his Palace of Gold

Established in 1968 in West Virginia, New Vrindaban was ISKCON’s first rural community.

Over the following years, the pioneer community made a series of  well-documented mistakes in its early attempts, going through some of ISKCON’s  darkest and most difficult times. Resources were affected, but most of all  people—many of whom left the community.

Still, a skeleton crew remained through the toughest times, working through the repercussions and doing their best to correct the errors of the past.

In more recent times, there has been renewed energy to rebuild New Vrindaban and to turn it into the exemplary self-sufficient, Krishna conscious community  that Srila Prabhupada envisioned.

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May 11, 2013 Posted by | Animal Protection, Bhakti, Bhakti Yoga, Brijabasi Spirit, Cow Protection, ECOV, Hare Krishna, ISKCON, Kirtan, New Vrindaban, Prabhupada, Vaishnava | Leave a comment


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