Hare Krishna and Welcome to ISKCON Birmingham website. Please browse through the links which provides all the information about the temple and the philosophy of Krishna Consciousness. The Multimedia link offers wide range of Audios, Video’s, Kirtans, Lectures and much more. To find out more about our up coming events and festivals in Birmingham please visit the festival’s page. If you require any further details or information then please contact us via the contacts page.
Please take note of the exciting forthcoming programmes presented by ISKCON Birmingham:
*SAVE THE DATE – Birmingham 24hrKirtan*
Our 25th Anniversary of Birmingham 24 Hour Kirtan.
Saturday 4th May and Sunday 5th May 2024.
Venue: The New Bingley Hall, Birmingham, B18 5PP
More details to follow
Sunday Programs are currently taking place three times each month at the Great Barr venue from 11am till 2pm. Please note that at the end of each month the program takes place at the Solihull venue from 12.30pm till 4.30pm.
Birmingham Great Barr Venue (Three times each month – 11am till 2pm)
Great Barr War Memorial Hall
Corner of Chapel Lane
Solihull Venue (end of each month – 12.30pm till 4.30pm)
Shelly Farm Community Centre
Sunday Programme team
Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, is an historical person who appeared on this earth in India 5,000 years ago. He stayed on this earth for 125 years and played exactly like a human being, but His activities were unparalleled.
In these Western countries, when someone sees the cover of a book like Krsna, he immediately asks, “Who is Krishna? Who is the girl with Krishna?” etc.
The immediate answer is that Krishna is the Supreme Personality of Godhead. How is that? Because He conforms in exact detail to descriptions of the Supreme Being, the Godhead. In other words, Krishna is the Godhead because He is all-attractive. Read More.
The mantra is a spiritual call to the Lord, meaning,“Oh energy of the Lord, please engage me in the loving service of Lord Krishna.”
Krishna is a name of the Supreme Lord, or God. It means “the all-attractive person.” And “Rama” means “the source of all pleasure.” Each of us, every living entity, seeks pleasure. But we do not know how to seek pleasure perfectly. With a materialistic concept of life, we are frustrated at every step in satisfying our pleasure because we are constantly being told to enjoy through our bodily senses. To enjoy real pleasure, one must first understand that he is not the body but consciousness, or the spirit within. Read More.