Spiritual Culture

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And if you are already on this path, enrich it even more by visiting us. Rooted in a Vedic culture that has been carefully preserved through a disciplic succession of over 5000 years, the “Hare Krishna” movement, as it is popularly known, is a non-secular, monotheistic, God-conscious culture that is serving the populace globally with the sole purpose of enhancing one’s spiritual well-being. We welcome you to ISKCON STOKE

Dance & Music

ISKCON devotees have shared  dynamic musical expression with the world, and many have gone on to become accomplished singers and musicians.  Dance is a bautiful medium to express devotion to the Lord.

Cow Protection

In ISKCON farms no cow, bull or calf is slaughtered. We look at innovative ways to work with the bull and engage their God-given strength in the service of others, under humane and loving conditions. 

Fine Arts

Artists within the Hare Krishna movement have created hundreds of original paintings depicting Lord Krishna and His spiritual abode. With their characteristic blend of Eastern and Western styles, these works of art illustrate Krishna tradition


With innumerable stories from the scriptures, theatre is a powerful medium to exhibit and narrate the deep Vaishnava philosophy. At most of the festivals includes presentations on  Ramayana and Krishna Lila with larger than life puppets, martial arts.


Festivals are an integral part of ISKCON. With myriad of colourful decorations, multi-course feasts, elaborate rituals, kirtans, dance and dramas, the festivals makes spiritual progress a fun-filled experience. The original Vedic flavor is thus revived


With an aim to shed light on the profound philosophy underlying these cultural expressions, the Bhaktivedanta Book Trust (BBT), ISKCON’s affiliated publishing house, has printed and distributed more than 400 million books and magazines. 


for ISKCON, education is an integral part of its communities. We also has a wide spectrum of online and classroom courses ranging from the fundamentals of spirituality to the advanced concepts of Vaishnavism

Eco Villages

At ISKCON farm communities or eco-villages, we highlight the importance of spiritual ecology: the need to live in harmony with ourselves, nature and the Divine.