• ISKCON Youth Help Put On Four Caribbean Ratha Yatras

    Morning program on the beach, Dominican Republic The latest tour by ISKCON Youth Ministry saw youth help put on four Rathayatras in the Caribbean, and some become inspired to take on active roles in the Hare Krishna Movement. A total of about twenty-five youth participated throughout the tour, with fourteen from around the US being […]

  • Gita Mela Draws Thousands of Tourists to Mayapur

    A winter festival that is held in December-January in Mayapur focuses on providing guests an insight into the importance of the Bhagavad Gita.  Gita Mela is an event organized by ISKCON Mayapur dedicated solely for interacting with the tourists. A winter festival that is held from December to January in Mayapur, West Bengal, India, focuses […]

  • BBT’s New Podcast “Sankirtan On” Offers Book Distribution Inspiration

    Sankirtan On podcast host Ananda-Murari Das (left) with first guest Vaisesika Das The Bhaktivedanta Book Trust has kicked off the New Year by launching its own podcast, “Sankirtan On,” to inspire devotees. The podcast is facilitated by the BBT’s Marketing, Communications and Innovations dept and was conceived by the department’s director Vaisesika Das as a […]

  • New Book: Leadership Lessons from the Bhagavad Gita

    The book cover’s art design A new book ‘Leadership Lessons from the Bhagavad Gita,’ published by Sage Publisher wonderfully combines the two worlds of management and spirituality. The author Ace V. Simpson, a.k.a. Shri Prahlada Das is a well-known kirtaniya from Australia, but he is also a scholar with a Ph.D. and now teaches at […]

  • Temple Schedule

    • 4:30am – Mangala Arati
    • 5:10am – Tulasi Puja
    • 7:20am – Sringara Arati and Guru Puja
    • 8:00am – Srimad Bhagavatam Class
    • 9:00am – Breakfast
    • 12:00pm – Raja Bhoga Arati
    • 12:30pm – Curtains Close and Lunch
    • 4:15pm – Curtains Open, Dhupa Arati
    • 6:30pm – Sandhya Arati
    • 7:10pm – Curtains Closed
    • 8:50pm – Sayana Arati (Deities go to Sleep)
    • 9:10pm – Curtains Close

    Curtains are open for extended time (7:20 AM – 7:20 PM) on Sundays and major Festival days.  

    Sunday Program Schedule

    • 7:20 am – 7:20 pm Deity Darshan
    • 4:15 pm Arati and Kirtan
    • 5:15 pm Gita Lecture
    • 6:00 pm Feast Prasadam
    • 8:50 pm Sayana Arati
    • 9:10 pm Curtains Closed
  • SB Class Schedule

 

 

We’re located in Alachua, 3 miles from Exit 399 off Interstate 75, just north or Gainesville.