“Give them all facility to perfect their lives by protecting them and instructing them nicely, that is now the duty of my senior disciples.” - Letter to Karandhara - Delhi, 3 December, 1971.
Every devotee in ISKCON is to be providedwith the spiritual, emotional, physicaland social care they deserve as parts andparcels of Krsna according to SrilaPrabhupadas instruction and example. Thisshould be done on the personal andinstitutional level.
We strive to care for thespiritual, emotional, physical, and social well-being of thedevotees of ISKCON. We wantdevotees to beencouraged, inspired, andempowered to be happy andmake progress in Krsnaconsciousness, and thus beenthused to expand SrilaPrabhupäda’s mission
We assist with the overall management and facilitation of the leaders of ISKCON in taking care of devotees who have dedicated their livesto Srila Prabhupadas movement.
Social (Community) Physical (Body) Emotional (Mind, Intelligence & Ego) Spiritual (Soul)Devotee Care – a definite need!
Vaishnavis Brahmachari & Sannyasi Elderly & Children & Health Care Youth Grhastha & Vanaprastha CaregiversThe committee, based on the unique needs, has identified the above sectionsof our society that would receive the different levels of care.
STRUCTURE AGENCIES ED Preaching Temples Centers DD ZS Congregational Farm Directorates Communities DR Ministries Affiliates TR
Invest in Care Krishna is Happy Pleased Devotees(More Lakshmi) More Books More (Distributed) Devotees
Caring Vaishnava Leadership - (Vijay Venugopal Das & Premapadmini Devi) Leaders identities, integrity and attitude towards assistants. Leadership From Inside Out - (Sridama Das & Kishori Devi) Leadership practices, pitfalls, dealings and right “association mix”.
Essential Aspects of Caring Leadership - (Devaki Devi) Leaders qualities as true well-wishing friend, compassion and self-interest in welfare of devotees. Leaders taking time to care for themselves. Stories from Scriptures on Devotee Care - (Revati Raman Das) Exploring nectar-filled episodes from various vaishnava traditions.