People often hold many house programs and call devotees from ISKCON Punjabi Bagh
to their house during certain occasions. This they do owing to the fact that it is considered auspicious to call the temple priests and devotees over to one house during special occasions. The devotees often take up something from Bhagvad Gita to talk about, so that people can interact and learn from Bhagvad Gita. They also sing some mind blowing kirtan that make every foot happy enough to dance.
ISKCON Punjabi Bagh
wants to leave no stone unturned, when it comes to helping people lead a healthy, happy and successful life. ISKCON
believes that a childs psyche is very important and determines his/her future. Therefore, showing a right path to the children becomes a big responsibility. Only a highly experienced person who practices what he/she preaches can take up this responsibility. ISKCON
trains such people to help children develop an inherent goodness within them. On festivals, various schools bring their students to ISKCON
tells them beautiful pastime stories of Little Krishna and the 10 incarnations, screen movies and treat them with scrumptious prasadam. These regular visits, make children divert their energy positively and hence carve their future in a positive direction.
The corporate industry is an industry where one has to work a lot. In this monotony of growing work, it becomes very important for people to first not lose interest and get motivated, and second, to have a moment of respite. ISKCON Punjabi Bagh
then comes to the rescue of such people. It delivers wonderful lectures by some highly qualified scholars to enthuse people and at the same time calm their mind. Many lectures are held at the corporate sector to help the employees interact with one another, debate, enjoy singing and dancing and of course, calm their minds and lead a peaceful life. The corporate program of ISKCON Punjabi Bagh
thus deconstructs the mundane nature of this world and help people have a moment of impact through stress-releasing exercises and chanting.