Bus Trip to Inis Rath Island

Gaura Purnima
Date: Sunday 08th March 2020!
Meet Up point: Govindas Abbey Street at 9am

We have changed the bus to a 50-seater due to the number of request. Please reserve your space asap as we only have few places left now.

Please fill in form below to reserve. Alternatively if you are having difficulties, please contact Manu Das at 0868582392 or John on 085 313 4313 to pay at the temple or restaurant.

goseva

Ireland’s first substainable farm project outside Dublin

Please support Goseva! We want to purchase 50 acres of land (20,000 metres square)
1 m² = €35
10 m² = €350
100 m² = €3500

Click on the link to donate by PayPal or by Card!

 Donate now!
 

Direct Debit or other contribution

  • Bank name: Permanent TSB
  • Sort code: 99-06-07
  • Account number: 7250 6762
  • SEPA BIC number: IPBS IE2D
  • SEPA IBAN: IE82 IPBS 99 06 07 7250 6762
  • Reference: Go Seva

 What are the benefits of a sustainable project?

– Provides a comfortable, safe and peaceful sanctuary for the cows
– Supply ahimsa (cruelty free) milk products to the public

Nityananda Trayodashi 2019

We will be celebrating Sri Nityananda Trayodashi in Dublin on Sunday 17th February. Please come along and take part in our festival

Sri Nityananda Trayodashi is the auspicious appearance day of Sri Nityananda Prabhu. The Supreme Lord Sri Krishna appeared in Navadvipa as Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu to establish the Sankirtana Movement (the Yuga Dharma for this age of quarrel and hypocrisy). To help the Supreme Lord in His mission, Lord Balarama appeared as Nityananda Prabhu. He assisted Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu by spreading the holy name of the Lord throughout Bengal.

Read more about The Glories Of Lord Nityānanda Balarāma from the Chaitanya Charitamrita (Adi-lila, Chapter 5).

Our Dublin Festival celebration details are as follows: 
Date: Sunday 17th February 2018
Time: 14:00 

Fasting is on Saturday 16th February until noon.

Stay tuned with our event details here to know of our final schedule

Contact us if you would like to do service for the festival to obtain the Mercy of Lord Nityananda.  Usually on the day, the Deities are offered a feast of 56 items (chappan bhog).

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Community Relations

In February, our Dublin community will be welcoming HG Partha das and HG Uttama devi dasi.  They will be facilitating a wonderful seminar on “Community Relations and Attracting the Mercy Of Lord Nityananda”.

Schedule as follows:

Date: Friday 15th February
– Part 1 : 18.30 to 20.30

Date: Saturday 16th February
– Part 2 : 10.00 to 12.00
– Part 3 : 14.00 – 16.00

Initiated by Srila Prabhupada in 1973, husband and wife Partha and Uttama have an incredible amount of experience and wisdom between them. They’ve been happily married for forty-five years, have premarital education training certified by Prepare and Enrich, and have offered that education with the Grihasta Vision Team – a group of professional devotee counselors – for the past decade. In their native Canada, they also provide a mandated five-session premarital education course for all couples getting married at ISKCON temples.

Both of these stalwart devotees are part of the Grihastha Vision Team (GVT), whose goal is to support, strengthen, educate and enliven the individuals, couples and families (grihasthas) who are or will be involved with the grihastha ashram (family life).

Please email dublin@krishna.ie for reservations.

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ISKCON Dublin Vaisnavi Sanga

We are very happy to announce that we will be starting our Vaisnavi Sanga in Dublin Temple. All welcome!

Sanga is a Sanskrit word that means “assembly”, “association”, and “community”. Join us once a month for an afternoon consisting of activities such as meditation, reading and discussing philosophy, singing and dancing, eating together, making new friends, and much more! We gather together to support each other in spiritual practice, develop faith, open our hearts and learn from each other.

Our first Sanga will be on Saturday 2nd February from 2pm to 4pm. Come along for an afternoon to learn some crafts together, some kirtan and have some talks over some nice prasadam and tea.

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Meeting with Ambassador of India to Ireland

We were very happy to accept the kind invitation of the new Ambassador of India to Ireland to meet with him at the embassy in Dublin this January.

It was a most rewarding meeting, not least to learn of Ambassador Sandeep Kumar’s strong support and indeed deep appreciation of ISKCON.

He offered us an open door and encouraged us to approach him whenever we needed any help or support and he also requested us permission for him to invite us to any events that are being hosted or sponsored by the embassy.

In closing he glorified ISKCON’s contribution to the world in the form of promoting vedic culture, raising awareness of the importance of spiritual practices and most of all our leading role in advancing pure vegetarian cuisine.

We hope Sandeep is not transferred anytime soon so we can look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship!

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Gita Jayanti 2018

Gita Jayanti is the auspicious day of the advent of Srimad Bhagavad-gita. This is the day on which Lord Krishna imparted the essence of Vedic knowledge to Arjuna over 5000 years ago and enlightened him about the ultimate goal of life.

Come along on Tuesday at 3pm and Sunday at 8pm and let us recite the 700 verses of the Bhagavad Gita together in 4 hours in Dublin!!
Schedule as follows:

Tuesday
3pm to 7pm:
Bhagavad Gita Recitation

Sunday
8am to 12pm: Bhagavad Gita Recitation
12pm to 2pm: Harinam and Book Distribution
3pm: Talk By Praghosa Prabhu

Gita Jayanti offers the opportunity to celebrate the appearance of Bhagavad Gita and to distribute this gem to many others. On this auspicious occasion, many well-wishers sponsor copies of the Bhagavad-Gita As It Is. We invite everyone to sponsor Bhagavad Gitas and also to distribute them to your friends, family and colleagues.

Please avail this opportunity to distribute Vedic knowledge to the people at large at discounted prices. We have special discount at the temple with a Large Bhagavad Gita for €5 only! The time is now! Please join us in reciting and distributing this supreme knowledge. No other charity can surpass the gift of a Bhagavad-Gita As It Is.

We look forward to see you all devotees to celebrate the appearance day of Srimad Bhagavad-gita. Follow us on facebook for more updates on the event.Hare Krishna! 

pancatattva summer mela

Dublin Kirtan Mela

It is our special pleasure to invite all our Dublin and Ireland Kirtan lovers to our Dublin Spring Kirtan Mela 2020!

Details are:
Where: ISKCON Dublin Krishna Temple – 83, Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1
When: 11th April 2020 at 2 pm until 10 pm.Wondering what to expect, watch out a little video of our Winter 2018 Kirtan Mela here:

And pictures can be found:
Dublin Summer Kirtan Mela 2018
Dublin Winter Kirtan Mela 2018

 

We really want to built upon that momentum to make the experience a quality and profound one for all those that partake. So slowly but surely we are already starting the ground work to what should be a special Kirtan experience! So please help us by supporting us in any way you can.

Donation Methods:

– Offline : To Siroumi or Amanda-vikrama at the temple
– Online: 

1. Via Bank Transfer
Bank Name:
Permanent TSB
BIC: IPBSIE2D
IBAN: IE47IPBS99061980023629
Reference: Kirtan Mela ( Please make sure to reference Kirtan)

2.PayPal or Via card (Less charges)

Event Details
New Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/KirtanMelaDublin/
Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/events/455831831817482/
Ticket reservation: https://dublinkirtanmela.eventbrite.com

ISKCON Dublin Krishna Temple – Privacy Policy

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We may collect personal identification information from Users in a variety of ways, including, but not limited to, when Users visit our site, fill out a form, and in connection with other activities, services, features or resources we make available on our Site. Users may be asked for, as appropriate, firstname, lastname email address while signing up to our newsletter. Users may, however, visit our Site anonymously. We will collect personal identification information from Users only if they voluntarily submit such information to us. Users can always refuse to supply personally identification information, except that it may prevent them from engaging in certain Site related activities.

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Last Edited on 2018-05-23

Gaura Purnima

One of our main festival celebrated in Dublin temple is Gaura Purnima, the auspicious appearance day of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu (who is also known as Gauranga due to His golden complexion). This year we are celebrating the 534th anniversary of His appearance on March 9, 2020.This festival also marks the beginning of the New Year for Gaudiya Vaishnavas.

On this day, which is a full-moon day, everyone fasts till moonrise, and devotees visit the temple to see the Deities of the Lord. Caitanya Mahaprabhu appeared in West Bengal in India in the late fifteen century. He introduced sankirtan, widespread congregational chanting of the Supreme Person’s names, as the most effective means by which anyone can achieve spiritual perfection.

Date : 9th March 2020
Venue : Dublin Krishna Temple, Abbey Street Dublin.
Schedule:

18:00 – 18:30 : Kirtan
18:30 – 19:30 : Abhishek
19:30 – 20:15 : Talk
20:15 – 20:45: Gaura Arati
20:45 : Feast

For the pleasure of Gauranga Mahaprabhu on his appearance day, we will try to offer 56 ekadasi preparations. If anyone is interested to bring something please contact Amanda-vikrama Prabhu on whatsapp – 089 946 9206

Ekadashi Preparations (means no grains, beans and pulses. All fruits ok, all veg ok (except green peas, corn), all spices but mustard seeds, asofetida and turmeric (unless raw), no powdered spices unless made at home with whole spices. And ekadasi flour only (buckwheat, tapioca, chestnut, potato starch, quinoa, or amaranth- rajgira).

Also, note that prep should be made according to standards – in a clean kitchen, clean pot and also tasting is forbidden.