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It’s been a full house since day one for a brand new restaurant, called Naturaleza Divina—or Divine Nature—which recently launched at the ISKCON temple in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. Six hundred guests—eighty per cent of them members of the general public—attended the two-day inauguration.

“It’s been a lot of hard work to get to this point,” says manager Gandharvika Dasi, who has previously worked in ISKCON restaurants in San Diego and Dallas as well as restaurants outside the devotee community. “Our story actually begins fourteen years ago, when ISKCON guru Gunagrahi Swami visited Argentina, and saw the potential here for spreading Krishna consciousness as well as the sincerity of the devotees, who had been struggling to rent a dilapidated building for over twenty years.” Gunagrahi Swami decided to commit himself to helping them purchase a property. He had a vision to create a beautiful project that would inspire the devotee community and reach out to the general public.
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