In its January 2013 issue, Caru Das was named one of the “Catalyst 100” top innovators in the State. “When you think about religion in Utah, you think about…the Krishnas? In its January 2013 issue, Caru Das was named one of the “Catalyst 100” top innovators in the State. “When you think about religion in […]
Annually since 2005 Caru Das has received a “Distinguished Speakers Award” for participating in the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Conference held every every May at the BYU Conference Center in Aspen Grove. Representatives from various religions each make an opening statement, after which the students, 250 – 300 high school sophomores, who have been chosen […]
Caru Das was named with 49 others in the March 2010 issue of Utah Valley Magazine. Fabulousness is cropping up all over Utah Valley. We’ve got do-gooders who remain down-to-earth, innovators who thrive by going against the grain, and great minds gaining ground in their fields. And the best part of all? Our 50 most […]
Caru Das was requested by State Senator Mark Madsen to deliver the opening prayer for the Utah State Senate in the capitol building in Salt Lake City. Senator Madsen & his family have been to festivals at the temple on several occasions & enjoyed them all. He accepted an invitation to say a few words […]
Publications International has just produced a 320-page coffee table hardback which includes a picture of the Sri Sri Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, Utah, and the following caption. “What could seem more out of place than a temple built in the middle of nowhere? A Hare Krishna temple built in this no-man’s land, which happens […]
In the Spanish Fork News, the Krishna Temple was voted Best Architecture for 2009.
“The International Society for Krishna Consciousness is pleased to present Caru Dasa and Vaibhavi Devi Dasi with the Global Excellence Award. Their work constructing Vedic Temples is a shining example of the leadership and dedication required to spread Krishna consciousness throughout the world, and is an inspiration to the worldwide Vaisnava community.” — International Society […]