PM commends Hare Krishna Movement for promoting “spirituality without divisions”


Prime Minister Moses Nagamoottoo commended the Hare Krishna Movement for promoting “spirituality without divisions”, according to a release from the Department of Public Information.

Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo , his wife Sita Nagamootoo and other officials at the celebration at ISKCON temple

PM Nagamootoo gave the feature address at the one-year celebration of the Movement’s  Temple located at University of Guyana Road, East Coast Demerara.

Prime Minister Nagamoottoo congratulated the officials and the movement overall noting that the religion has “no ethnicity, in fact it invites people of varying beliefs,” DPI said.

Hare Krishna Movement is a 51 year old movement that advocates knowing “your purpose in life”.  The G$126.5M Temple officially opened on July 11, 2016.

The temple provides free access to a wide variety of academic resources. These include a study centre, information technology centre and a facility where religious conferences and meetings can be held.

Worshipers gather to celebrate the anniversary the ISKCON temple

The temple also has dormitory facilities for persons studying at the Cyril Potter College or University of Guyana (UG).


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