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Talk of Town The following is a report from the TOVP Architecture Department Head, Vilasini devi dasi, detailing the development of the Pujari Floor from concept to reality. Click here to see it in your browser or download a copy to your desktop for offline reading.
On February 26, 2019 ISKCON New Delhi unveiled the gigantic “Astounding Bhagavad Gita”, considered “the largest principle sacred text ever to be printed”, at a size of 10’(2.5m) x 6.5’(2m). Produced, printed and bound by the publisher of the largest and most expensive books in the world in Milan, Italy, this Bhagavad Gita has no
Recently we sent out the official announcement about the Second Annual #GivingTOVP 10 Day Matching Fundraiser which you can read here. This event starts on April 26 (Akshaya Tritiya) until May 6 (Nrsimha Caturdasi) and is poised to raise over $300,000 to help the completion of Lord Nrsimha’s entire East Wing and altar in the
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TOVP Corona Virus Message

Dear TOVP Donors, Supporters and Friends, Please accept our heartfelt obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada. We have prepared a special video message for all of you and for all ISKCON devotees worldwide regarding the corona virus pandemic and the unprecedented influence it is having on the entire human race. We are not taking this
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The #GivingTOVP 10 Day Matching Fundraiser concept was launched in 2019 from Akashaya Tritiya until Nrsimha Caturdasi. Devotees worldwide were encouraged to give a donation to help with continuing TOVP construction, especially on Akshaya Tritiya, the most auspicious Day of Giving on the Vedic calendar, and their donation would be matched by Ambarisa prabhu, TOVP
This video was produced by the TOVP Architecture Department and presents a view of current and future work in progress.   TOVP NEWS AND UPDATES – STAY IN TOUCH Visit us at: www.tovp.org Follow us at: www.facebook.com/tovp.mayapur Watch us at: www.youtube.com/user/tovpinfo View us 360° at: www.tovp360.org App at: https://m.tovp.org/app News & Texts at: https://m.tovp.org/newstexts RSS
This picturesque panoramic shot of the TOVP by Thakur Saranga das shows the incredible beauty of the TOVP with the transcendental landscape of Sridham Mayapur in the background. You can go from left to right manually, zoom in or out, or just let the photo automatically rotate. View this in its full glory at this

TOVP on Google Search

To increase the presence of the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium and TOVP names in Google’s search engine we are requesting every devotee to go to the link below to visit our Google listing. You may add a Review, leave a Rating, view the photos, videos, Share the listing through email and Facebook, etc. and
Jaya and Vijaya Detail Work by Srimati Ambhoda devi dasi

Jaya and Vijaya Detail Work

At most Vishnu temples in India, the main temple entrance is flanked by murtis of Jaya and Vijaya, the Lord’s eternal gatekeepers in Vaikuntha. We all the know the story of the Lord’s pastime in arranging for them to be cursed to come to the material world so He could enjoy a good fight, and