Dedicated to the Hare Krishna Movement

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Vrajraj Das has served as a monk at Mumbai’s Hare Krishna Movement (HKM) for 14 years.

He is also part of The Akshaya Patra Foundation, which supplies mid-day meals to more than two million children across 72 locations in 16 states of India.

Before dedicating himself entirely to the spiritual cause, Vrajraj Das completed his B-Tech in Computer Science Engineering.

He specialises in “Applied Spirituality” and has the unique ability to teach the wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita and present strategies and solutions to resolve contemporary issues. His strength lies in giving practical tips and tools that make learning easier.

The young engineer-turned-missionary has conducted many workshops for students and corporate professionals to enhance performance based on timeless Vedic principles.

About the Hare Krishna Movement

The Hare Krishna Movement Mumbai is a spiritual organisation that aims to give human society an opportunity for happiness, good health, peace of mind and all good qualities through God Consciousness.

Registered as a trust in 2010, it is spiritually mentored by ISKCON Bangalore. By the desire of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada, Founder-Acharya of the worldwide Hare Krishna Movement, who wished “to organise Bombay as world headquarters from every point of view, culturally, scientifically and philosophically”. Following in the footsteps of Srila Prabhupada, the devotees at HKM Mumbai conduct their activities based on the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita and the Vedas.

Sessions on the Bhagavad Gita

With an active presence in Mumbai since 2015, HKM Mumbai organises life-changing sessions in and around Mumbai for the welfare of all.

Scores of people have benefited from these sessions that are offered for free. Their lives have transformed. Thousands of agitated minds have become tranquil, receiving direction and solace; anxiety and stress have been replaced by peace and happiness, while anger and frustration have been supplanted by contentment and satiation. HKM Mumbai helps them receive precise, practical guidance from the Bhagavad Gita so that they don’t just GO through life but GROW through it.

Food Distribution or Anna Daan

HKM Mumbai is dedicated to changing the devastating statistics on world hunger and fulfilling the desire of Srila Prabhupada that no one within a ten-mile radius of his centre should go hungry. The Hare Krishna Movement provides free daily food to marginalised sections of society through its Akshaya Chaitanya initiative in Mumbai to achieve this goal.

Yatras

Every month, HKM Mumbai organises spiritual yatras, or trips, to various holy places around India. It fuels one’s spiritual awakening and connects one deeply with Indian culture and heritage, as well as bringing closer to the divine.

Being present in God’s abode, hearing about His pastimes and visiting the same spots in the company of devotees is indeed an enlivening and memorable experience! Enchanting kathas, ecstatic kirtans, and lip-smacking prasadam enrich the whole experience even more.

Indian Culture and Values for Kids

For children, weekend programmes called “Indian Culture and Values for Kids” are conducted to introduce young children to the Vedic value system in an esoteric, interactive way for the age group of 4-14 years.

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