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Natasha Menon

Natasha Menon

Wednesday, 06 February 2019 10:00

27 Things To Do In Soho

Soho is a brilliant part of the city, and a must for anyone visiting or living in the Capital. Bordering the areas of Leicester square and China Town, Soho is situated in the heart of London.

The devotees of ISKCON-London are known for their special yearly anniversary event festivities and this year was no exception with what can only be described as a spiritually uplifting theatre production that left the audience at the edge of their seats - entertained throughout.

Saturday, 17 November 2018 10:00

London's Best Lasagne

London's a foodie city, no doubt about it. There are delicious fusions, imports and experimentations galore. But among the bubble waffles, avocado ice creams and Japa-zilian cuisine (we're looking at you, Sushi Samba), there are many restaurants still keeping the much-loved classics front and centre.

On the evening of 24th October, devotees from across London gathered at the Radha-Krishna Temple in Central London to celebrate Sharad Purnima, the beautiful full moon night of the autumn season. Sharad Purnima, which takes place on the eve of the month of Kartik, commemorates Lord Krishna performing a beautiful dance called "rasa lila" with His dear-most devotees, the gopis – the cowherd damsels of Vrindavana.

Sunday, 07 October 2018 15:37

Sunday School for Children

Krishna Club London

In order to serve the needs of our growing community, we are excited to launch Krishna Club – a Sunday School for children aged between 5 to 14 years.

Starting on Sunday 6th January 2019, it will take place on Sundays from 3.30pm to 5.15pm.

Free taster sessions on Sunday 2nd, 9th and 16th December 2018.


The aim of Krishna Club is to provide a balanced system of Krishna Conscious education and character-building in children from an early age. Children will learn and apply Vaishnava culture and philosophy according to the teachings of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. The sessions will be exciting and hands-on, and will take place in a caring, nurturing and spiritual atmosphere.

By enrolling your child/children in Krishna Club, you will also be building a strong foundation for ISKCON’s devotional community to continue for generations to come.

“A child is a rare gift given by Krishna but at the same time a great responsibility – every parent has the responsibility to see that his child grows up Krishna Consciousness." - Srila Prabhupada


At Krishna Club, children will:

  • Chant japa
  • Learn slokas from Bhagavad-Gita and other scriptures
  • Make beautiful arts and crafts
  • Read and bring-to-life stories from Ramayana, Mahabharata and Srimad-Bhagavatam
  • Participate in dramas
  • Sing bhajans
  • And many other fun-filled activities!


"One who is sufficiently intelligent should use the human form of body from the very beginning of life — in other words, from the tender age of childhood — to practice the activities of devotional service, giving up all other engagements. The human body is most rarely achieved, and although temporary like other bodies, it is meaningful because in human life one can perform devotional service. Even a slight amount of sincere devotional service can give one complete perfection." - Prahlada Maharaja, Srimad-Bhagavatam, 7.6.1


Each session will be facilitated by one of our volunteer teachers. They will be accompanied by at least one volunteer teaching assistant. Both our teachers and teaching assistants have undergone an interview process, have experience in working with children, and are DBS-checked.


All registrations are on a first-come first-served basis as we have limited spaces. By registering, you commit to your child/children attending Krishna Club on most weeks so that they fully benefit from the sessions.

Fees per child - £ 51.00

Sundays: 3.30pm - 5.15pm
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Monday, 06 August 2018 17:00

4 London days out to suit any budget

You don't have to fly abroad to feel like a tourist for the day. From food freebies to cultural experiences, boat rides to cheap swims - head to a new bit of the city and explore what's on offer there. Here are four adventures in the city to suit any budget.

Hare Krishna monks with a temple on wheels pulled by two bullocks have reached the final Thanet pits stop of their journey. The six day pilgrimage for peace set off from Ramsgate yesterday (August 20) and is due to arrive in Canterbury on Saturday (August 25). It arrived in Margate today.

Hare Krishna monks and a temple on wheels pulled by two bullocks will lead a six day pilgrimage for peace setting off from Ramsgate next Monday (August 20). The procession, which will be making its way to Canterbury, will also include music, food, philosophy and dance. It will be received by officials from Canterbury Cathedral on August 25 as part of a week-long, walking 'Padayatra' festival.

A group of Hare Krishna monks is set to lead a pilgrimage for peace starting in Ramsgate. The six day walk, which will make its way to Canterbury, will feature a temple on wheels pulled by two bullocks.

The one place that immediately springs to mind is the famous Govinda’s. It’s part of the Radha-Krishna temple in Soho Street owned by the Hare Krishna movement.

9-10 Soho Street
London W1D 3DL, UK

Srila Prabhupada
Founder-Acharya His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

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