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Welcome to Bhakti Projects

Bhakti Projects is dedicated to continue to serve the projects initiated and inspired by Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Maharaja and promote new ones. The website provides updated information on these projects, learn how to get involved in them and give donations online. Click to read more

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More than 42,000 Books Distributed


ometime around mid 2008 a program was launched called the GVP Book Distribution Sponsorship Program, which facilitates the distribution of Srila Gurudeva’s books.

This program is a federally approved 501 c3 non-profit religious organization, and places Srila Gurudeva’s books in stores, libraries, prisons, hospitals, and many other locations to make books available at no or low cost to all people.
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Srila Gurudeva performing Arati for Giri Govardhan at New Braj

Announcing the 16th Annual New Braj Festival 2011


e are happy to announce the upcoming 16th annual New Braj Festival 2011!  The festival will be held from June 8th to June 13th 2011 in Badger, CA.

Join us for 6 full days of Hari Katha, spiritual activities, and wholesome fun. We have the following preachers confirmed: Sripada Madhava Maharaja, Sripad Tirtha Maharaja, Srimati Uma Didi, Srimati Syamarani Didi, BV Vishnu Maharaja, plus many more.

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Get Your Project Featured

B seeks to serve and preserve the legacy of our dear beloved Srila Gurudeva Bhaktivedanta Narayana Gosvami Maharaja;

  • To raise awareness of the various ongoing projects initiated and inspired by Srila Gurudeva;
  • To connect you directly with these projects and help you find tangible opportunities to get involved and make a lasting difference; and
  • To inform, inspire and solicit support for these projects through use of all devotional methods including community services (seva), social networking and campaigning as well as
  • Provide fundraising ideas to reach prospective donors and sponsors to carry out these objectives.

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