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Welcome to Bhakti Projects

Bhakti Projects is dedicated to continue to serve the projects initiated and inspired by Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Maharaja and promote new ones. The website provides updated information on these projects, learn how to get involved in them and give donations online. Click to read more

New Projects, Updates & AnnouncementsBE INFORMED — BE INSPIRED!

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Shree Ranganatha Gaudiaya Matha Charitable Trust Project Update

Shree Ranganatha Gaudiaya Matha Charitable Trust
Hesaraghatta, Near Nritya Grama, Bengaluru – 560088. India. Mobile: 937-944-7895, 782-937-8386
Non-profit Organization for helping the Poor Children, Elderly Persons and women      

   We are the organization which is providing free education, food shelter, and ancient culture for helpless and poor children. We are constructing an orphanage, a guest-house and a temple for their lordships Sri Sri Gauranga, Radha-Krishna and Sri Sri Andala Ranganatha Swami.  Estimated cost of the project is Rs. 3.5 crore and estimated individual rooms are Rs. 2 lakh. Help us generously in any way you can to complete this multipurpose uplifting project and receive everlasting blessings from our Guruvarga. Read more

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GVP Book Publication Updates

Below are the latest GVP Book Publication projects that need your support:

NEW EDITIONS

 Walking With A Saint – 2010

The scriptures tell us of the incalculable value of even a moment’s association with a true saint and Śrī Śrīmad Bhaktivedānta Nārāyaṇa Gosvāmī Mahārāja is exalted even among saints. The significance of this particular volume is that it contains the last of his darśanas and instructions, given months prior to his entrance into Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa’s eternal pastimes.

We have transcribed all of the darśanas and are in the process of editing them and checking the sound files.
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Prasadam, Kirtan and Books for Victims of Hurricane Yolanda

Recently, two or more Islands in our Country were severely hit by SUPER TYPHOON YOLANDA (HAIYAN). The damage was so severe that more than eighty percent of the houses and infrastructures in Tacloban City, Guian, and the neighboring Towns were devastated. Almost 5,000 dead bodies were recovered and few thousand more are missing and believed to have been swallowed by the current of the ocean. Thousands of people lost their homes and loved ones. The situation was shocking that even the Government was not able to make an immediate response to the calamity. It took them almost a week before they could decide what to do, where to start, and what should be done.

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