Midday Meal is a strategic program of the Government of India, and is being implemented by Annamrita Foundation also known as ISKCON Food Relief Foundation (IFRF) in select schools across the country.
As a part of reviving the culture of COW CARE in Human society, we, ISKCON-TIRUPATI, are trying to establish a complete and wonderful environment for the cows thereby creating a homely atmosphere for the cows.
The Sanskrit word annadānam literally means the offering or sharing (dānam) of food (annam). In every ethnic and religious community across the Indian subcontinent, no festival or ceremony is complete without annadānam, or at least with the distribution of prasādam.Read More
To educate intelligent boys according to the instructions of His Divine Grace A.C.Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in Vedic thought, conduct, and aspiration, and to graduate them, skilled, for the inspired leadership.
A typical program on weekends consists of teaching how to apply Vedic wisdom to current world realities in order to solve difficult problems that youth encounter in their daily lives.
Srila Prabhupada the founder and spiritual guide of the Hare Krishna Movement, started Back to Godhead in the year 1944 to fulfill the desire of his spiritual master,
Sri Narasimha Jayanti is the appearance day of Lord Narasimha, the half-lion half-man incarnation of Supreme Lord Krishna, who appeared to protect Prahlada from his demoniac father Hiranyakashipu.
The Jhulan Festival is celebrated in the month of Shravana (August), from the eleventh day of the bright fortnight (Ekadashi) to the full-moon day (Purnima). This festival is celebrated to commemorate the childhood pastimes
AThe auspicious appearance day of Lord Balarama, the elder brother of Lord Sri Krishna, is celebrated on the full-moon day of Shravana (August). Lord Balarama appeared as the son of Rohini and Vasudeva.
ri Krishna Janmashtami is the most important festival of our temple. The entire world celebrates the divine appearance of Lord Sri Krishna. In our temple, the arrangements for the festival start well ahead.
The appearance day of Srila Prabhupada, the founder-acharya of ISKCON is celebrated as Vyasa Puja. Srila Prabhupada was born in 1896 on the day of Nandotsava (the next day of Janmashtami).
Radhashtami is celebrated on the eighth day of the bright fortnight (shukla paksha ashtami) in the month of Bhadra (August – September). It is a very significant festival for the devotees.
The Supreme Lord appeared as the son of Kashyapa and Aditi in the form of a dwarf Brahmana (Vamana) to deliver Bali Maharaja, a great devotee born in the family of demons.
Deepotsava, also known as the festival of lights, is celebrated in the month of Kartika (October – November) every year. It is a month-long festival commemorating Damodara-lila, the sweet pastime of baby Krishna stealing
Govardhana Puja is celebrated in the month of Kartika (October – November) to commemorate the pastime of Lord Sri Krishna lifting the Govardhana Hill to protect the residents of Vrindavana
Devotees of Lord Vishnu observe Ekadashi Vrata and engage in remembering the Supreme Lord by chanting His Holy Names and singing His glories.
Gaura Purnima is the auspicious appearance day of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu (who is also known as Gauranga due to His golden complexion), and this year we are celebrating the 534th anniversary of His appearance
Protection of Cows and Bulls is the prime responsibility of everyone. It is possible only when cultured, like-minded and pious-minded people. Come forward to actively support the cause by their words, actions and wealth. So, we request everyone to Serve the cows to the best of your capacities.Donate