India’s Top Businessmen Visit ISKCON Juhu’s Nilachal Vedic Village

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H.G. Radharchana Mataji (MC), H.G. Surangi Mataji (spouse of DN Pr.), Ms. Manju Gupta (Chairman of Lupin group of firms), H.H. Guruprasad Swami Maharaj (Vice chairman of GBC), Sri Balkrishna Goenka (Chairman of Welspun group), Sri Ashok Goel (Chairman of Essel group), H.G. Devakinandan Das (GBC minister for Fundraising & ISKCON Bureau member), Sri Sajjan Jindal (Chairman of JSW group & Mayapur Heritage City Development), Sri Shishir Nevatia (Chairman of Sun Jewel and Sri Sri Radharasabihari farm committee) and Sri B. V. Bhargav (Founder MD of ICICI).


India’s most influential entrepreneurs and multi-billionaires, Sri Sajjan Jindal; Chairman JSW Group & Mayapur Heritage City Development, Sri Bala Krishna Goenka; Chairman Welspun group, Sri Ashok Goel; Chairman ESSEL Group, Ms. Manju Gupta; Chairman Lupin Group, Sri Shishir Nevatia; Chairman and Sun Jewels & SSRRFC and Sri Bhargav; Founder MD of ICICI, visited the Nilachal Vedic Village (NVV), an initiative ISKCON Juhu, India. They landed in Talasari (a metropolis in Maharashtra) by helicopter within the early morning on Gopastami day, November 4th, 2022, by their personal helicopter. Devakinandan Das, ISKCON India Zonal Secretary, invited them to have a good time the competition on the mission.

Guests are greeted on the NVV mission, given garlands, and taking photographs with host, Devakinandan Das.

The competition began with welcoming the distinguished company with Vedic chants, then all of them carried out yajna adopted by Go-puja (worship of the cows) on the goshala. All of them personally fed laddus and jaggery to the cows. There was a stage program with cultural actions, together with an distinctive tribal Aadiwasi dance efficiency by locals. Then, the mission’s architect, Sri Sachin, gave a presentation to all of the delegates about future improvement plans and initiatives. While addressing the company on stage, they spoke appreciatively of the service and improvement by ISKCON at Talasari and the efforts taken particularly by Devakinandan Das for his work on the mission’s progress.

ISKCON devotees and company feed the cows on the NVV

Nilachal Vedic Village is ISKCON Juhu temple’s Vedic-style farm group. The farm has greater than 350 cows, and greater than 100 have been rescued and moved from the slaughterhouse to the NVV mission. Sixty acres of land have been cultivated for organically producing greens, grains, flowers, and many others. It is round a two-hour drive from the busy metropolis of Mumbai. The aim of the NVV mission is to permit cows to be completely happy, develop natural produce for the Juhu temple and supply a village expertise to the guests with fundamental fashionable facilities for his or her keep. 

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