International Society for Krishna Consciousness

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  • noun

Synonyms for International Society for Krishna Consciousness

a religious sect founded in the United States in 1966

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Government statistics indicated 44 registered nontraditional religious groups during the reporting period, including affiliates of the Hare Krishna movement, the Baha'is, Christian Scientists, and the Unification Church.
The Karasai regional government near Almaty continued a campaign to seize title to land used by the Hare Krishna movement.
Bliss came much later, after he was associated with the Hare Krishna movement.
Later, George developed an interest in the Hare Krishna movement, showing his devotion to the sect on his post-Beatles hit My Sweet Lord, on which parts of the Krishna mantra are repeated.
The author is unknown and it is not known if there is any affiliation with the Hare Krishna movement.
The Government maintained a list of 73 nontraditional religious groups during the reporting period, including the Hare Krishna movement, the Baha'is, and the Unification Church.
In a bid to thwart a lawsuit that "threatens to shut down an entire religion," the Hare Krishna movement said Feb.
His family planned to sprinkle his ashes in the holy Ganges River, said officials of the Hare Krishna movement.
He becomes a follower of the Hare Krishna movement after meeting its founder who was a house guest of the Lennons.
The Hare Krishna movement traces its roots to Hinduism and was founded in the United States in 1966 by Prabhupada.
Similarly, there are many sects of Hinduism, including of course the Hare Krishna movement.
Campaigners dressed in black and purple the colours of mourning as well as the animal rights movement will march together with members of the Hare Krishna movement to the farm, where children will lay purple flowers.