A handbook for parents and educators of young children
“This long-awaited preschool handbook is a valuable resource for parents, those who supervise an informal play group of young children, and those who run a formal group for children not yet ready to attend school. It is full of ideas and guidance which will make one’s time with little children joyful and productive. Children who are lucky enough to be trained in the way described here will certainly have an early childhood that is not only happy, secure, and educational, but also connected with loving Lord Sri Krsna.”
This book is formulated in a way that has proven to be highly successful in the Kolkata (They have over 100 Bhakti-vriksha groups there). With additional activities such as memory slokas, Vaisnava etiquette, introduction to festivals, quizzes and other extra-curricular activities, to make this course complete, these books caters for the needs of devotees who are in the process of spiritual advancement.
The Nectar of Congregational Preaching is an inspirational overview of the development of Krsna Consciousness among the congregational members of ISKCON from the beginning until the present. It contains insights and instructions from our previous acaryas, and many realizations and personal accounts of success in congregational development by ISKCON Gurus, GBCs, and leading preachers.
This book covers the Diksha level. In order to encourage the congregational members to systematically advance spiritually, different shiksha-levels of commitment and standards of devotional service are recognized by ISKCON. These standards are prescribed for the devotees to consolidate and increase their spiritual practices. The different shiksha-levels of commitment and standards prescribed are:
Holy Jail is a touching compilation of the activities of ISKCON Prison Ministries (IPM) by His Holiness Candramauli Maharaja. In over thirty years of operation, the lives of hundreds of inmates have changed due to the practice of Krsna consciousness and the support received by devotees.