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Deepen Your Devotional Roots With Mayapur Institute - Winter Courses 2016-17

Anantashesh Das

Drawing on 16 years of experience in education and training of students worldwide, Mayapur Institute (MI) is committed to developing leaders who make a difference in the world. Our portfolio of many comprehensive sastric study programs fulfils this mission by building outstanding leaders. Our students learn how to take charge of their devotional life and progress rapidly in...

15th Graduation Ceremony - 157 students Earn Bhakti Degrees

Anantashesh Das

5th March 2016 was an important milestone in the history of Mayapur Institute. The institute celebrated its 15th graduation ceremony at the Pancatatva extension hall.

The Director, Padmanayana das, informed that the Mayapur Institute started in the year 2000 with just 3 Bhakti Sastri students and today after 15 years of operation, 157 students from 30 different countries are receiving graduation certificates. To date, 2500 students have graduated from Mayapur Institute. Definitely, this must be a great joy to Srila Prabhupada. Mayapur Institute is fulfilling Srila Prabhupada’s vision sincerely over the last 15 years.

The Ultimate Recharge: 2015-2016 Semester

HG Janmastami Das

Ultimate_rechargeSrila Prabhupada's vision for ISKCON’s world headquarters in Mayapur, West Bengal, India focuses on inspiring devotees worldwide through education. For the last fifteen years, the Mayapur Institute (MI)has been developing as a powerful institute to fulfill his vision.

Student's Experience

Mahamantra Dasa


The course really sobered me, the way I see and deal with people. It was the teachers. They empowered and challenged me to apply what I was learning. To complete the course, I had to discipline my mind and senses more than ever. But I also tasted more love and trust with the devotees than I ever have. I want to learn more, and teach others.