Staycation to India

Here is another of the several blogs we promised to share with you.“Hold on a minute,” you might be thinking. “A Hare Krishna temple in Utah?” Yep, they’ve got one, and it’s been there for quite a while. It’s quite impressive for a small Utah town. And the Hare Krishnas seem to co-exist quite nicely […]

School Field Trip

This is another of the several blogs we promised to post over several days time..Editor Blog by Brian and Kristin Barlow Olivia, Acacia and I joined Ainsley’s 2nd grade class for a unique field trip to the Here Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork earlier this week. I had no idea they had a temple in […]

Dusshera Festival

By Rushmie I ran across this and several others blogs regarding our India Fest held here on September 12th. We’ll share them with you one by one over the next few days. There is a great video of the fireworks at the end. Editor The mid- afternoon sun, the Wasatch Mountains in the backdrop and […]

Sadhana & Merlin – Web Site Design Team

Saturday, October 31, 2009 They came across our web site and were very impressed with the many programs of the temple here. Sadhana is a web designer, whose parents happen to live in Provo, Utah, and Merlin is a talented writer. Sadhana and Merlin came to us last June from Ashville North Carolina. They had […]

Winter festival of lights

By Gloria Kajo on 12 October 2009 Excited for the festival, Charu Das, the Festival of Light’s coordinator said, “It’s going to be a very beautiful, magical night. It’s a good prelude to the winter.” Read more…

Lisa Marie’s Blog on India Fest

This was such a crazy but fun day! Jessie wanted to see the Hare Krishna temple down in Spanish Fork and visit, so when she saw there would be an India Fest held there, she had to go. I got pretty excited too, and brought Angela and Shauntelle along for the ride! Read more…

Festival of India 2009

The Rajastani-style center—the only one of its kind in the state—held the annual Festival of India celebration on Saturday, September 12th. Welcoming a crowd of over three thousand, Caru dasa and Vaibhavi Devi Dasi (both disciples of Srila Prabhupada) along with one hundred local volunteers manifested the spirit of India. Read more…