The book, “Endangered Species: ISKCON Ashramites in the West” is available here to ISKCON leaders and members as a free download, in PDF, Epub and Mobi formats. Calibre is a recommended free program to use for reading the Mobi version.
” “Endangered Species” nicely outlines the shortfalls of ISKCON’s past while providing valuable advice and direction for ISKCON’s future. The strong statements in this book will remind ISKCON leaders about the benefits of ashram training. In addition to being very a much part of the Vedic tradition, ashrams were integral to ISKCON’s initial worldwide growth. Krishna House proves that such ashram training is still applicable even today. Having seen the success of Krishna House firsthand, I wonder why other leaders have not followed its example. Nothing speaks louder than success.”
My Home for four years during bachelors program at UF. Fun place for students to hang out and learn the art of beimg happy and living their life to the fullest by serving each other and practicing the art of Mantra Meditation!!
It has been serving delicious vegan/vegetarian meals, known as Krishna Lunch, since the last 30 years. The place is simple and sweet, with a warm and welcoming atmosphere, and is also a great place to learn more about spirituality. It is also home to people from different parts of the world.