Gita Jayanti Campaign

Ayodhya Rama Temple Inauguration!

The Ayodhya Rama temple is scheduled to be inaugurated on January 24, and the Government of India intends for the celebration to span one month, concluding on February 24. ISKCON has received an invitation to participate and preach during this month-long celebration. The leaders of ISKCON India have decided to utilize this opportunity for prasada distribution, Harinam Sankirtana, and book distribution. The responsibility for book distribution will be shared by ISKCON Mayapur and ISKCON Delhi, with a target to distribute 800,000 books, comprising 500,000 smaller books and 300,000 Bhagavad Gitas. Bhagavad Gitas will be distributed free of charge. We request to donors to support this significant initiative.

Sincerely, Jayapataka Swami

Benefits of donating

  • Can be free from all sinful activities.
  • The lord is easily pleased.
  • Attains the supreme abode.
  • By the grace of the lord ones desire are fulfilled.
  • One may achieve all success in life.

I would like to donate Bhagavad Gita

Bhagavad Gita – 11 books – ₨ 2,750.00

Bhagavad Gita – 21 books – Rs. 5,250.00

Bhagavad Gita – 51 books – ₨ 12,750.00

Bhagavad Gita – 108 books – ₨ 27,000.00

Bhagavad Gita – 251 books – ₨ 62,750.00

Bhagavad Gita – 501 books – ₨ 125,250.00

Bhagavad Gita – 1008 books – ₨ 252,000.00

Small Books

11 Small books           Rs. 330

21 Small books           Rs. 630

51 Small books           Rs. 1,530

108 Small books         Rs. 3,240

251 Small books          Rs. 7,530

501 Small books          Rs. 15,030

1008 Small books        Rs. 30,240

Note: after payment through the QR code, kindly menttion for what purpose the amount is for (E.g 11 small books).

If the sender is a citizen of only India –

Account Name: “International Society For Krishna Consciousness”
Bank Name: Kotak Bank
Account No: 8512103714
RTGS / IFSC Code: KKBK0006570
Branch: H. B. Sarani, Kolkata.
Bank address: 21, Centre Point Building, Hemanta Basu Sarani, Kolkata: 700001

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