ISKCON Slovenia - video gallery

The beginnings of ISKCON in Slovenia go back to the early 1980s, when devotees brought the movement from Croatia. At the beginning, they rented an apartment for their meetings and religious ceremonies in Ljubljana. In 1989 they rented a house and adopted it as their first temple. The movement was officially registered as a religious community in 1983 under the name ‘Society for Krishna Consciousness’. In December 1992 the community moved into a bigger house, where the ‘Hare Krishna Centre’ still exists today. The temple’s regular activities include a Sunday programme morning and evening lectures on a daily basis, and arati.  Picture gallery >>
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