Our activities are chosen to introduce Krishna Consciousness to newcomers and develop this consciousness in devotees. We recognise that spiritual science can free us from anxiety and eventually produce a state of supreme happiness, which is the soul's natural state.
Religion without philosophy is sentiment, or sometimes fanaticism, while philosophy without religion is mental speculation.A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, purport Bhagavad-gītā 3.3
It is a common precept of the world's religions that the soul of Man is incomplete without God. The study and devotional service of Krishna are a practical method for achieving this completeness, whatever one's religious preconceptions may be.
New Bhajan Class
Our new Saturday afternoon bhajan class teaches the words and music that glorify the Supreme through song. These traditional Indian songs of praise, in Bengali and Sanskrit, awaken love and devotion in one's heart and encourage the development of true self-realisation.
The teachings of Lord Krishna to his best friend and devotee Arjuna in the Bhagavad-gītā outline a method by which all spirit souls may attain their true nature. In our Monday night drop-in class, come to learn and discuss these time-honoured teachings of Indian spiritual culture.
Ślokas - scripture & Sanskrit
Committing verses of the Bhagavad-gītā in their original Sanskrit to memory may sound intimidating, but many find this more possible and enjoyable in a group setting. Our Friday night drop-in class chooses a single śloka for intense study and meditative memorisation.
Arati & Ashram
Our Dublin Temple maintains a Vedic monastic culture in the heart of the City Centre, with classical Vaishnava practices, such as arati, strictly observed yet welcome to public participation. Learn about the monks and devotees who maintain the refuge (ashram) of our spiritual environment.