ISKCON Zurich to Participate in Krishna Conscious Gap Year Experience

By: Madhava Smullen on Sept. 25, 2021

A new ISKCON Youth Ministry initiative, loosely based on the Mormon Mission trips and dubbed “The Krishna Conscious Gap Year Experience,” was endorsed by the GBC Executive Committee in a March 2021 letter to ISKCON leaders. Now, various international temples are piloting the program. 

“The idea is to create incentives for our young people to spend a semester – three, six, or nine months – or an entire gap year, living at a temple,” says ISKCON Youth Minister Manorama Das. “There, they would get to experience ashram life, study the scriptures via the Bhakti Sastri curriculum or similar, and absorb themselves in missionary activities.” Click to read full article on ISKCON News.

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