The Boston branch of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, now known as New Gundica, was one of the most prominent temples in the early years of the Hare Krishna movement. It was on Boston’s Commonwealth Pier that Srila Prabhupada first set his lotus feet on Western soil in 1965, and it was there that he composed his prayer Markine Bhagavat Dharma, entreating Lord Krishna for the deliverance of the western countries. It was in Boston that Srila Prabhupada performed the first Brahmanical initiations, established his original printing press for distributing transcendental literature. Today ISKCON Boston is committed to providing inspiration and spiritual strength to its residents and congregational members. Picture gallery >>
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