Reviving Indian Culture and Heritage
The devotees of ISKCON Bangalore have undertaken several devotional, cultural and social projects to promote the cultural heritage of India in an interesting and captivating manner. In the past, the Little Krishna animation project was conceived to broadcast the pastimes of Lord Krishna as described in the ancient Indian classics to the contemporary society. The animation series captures various remarkable and miraculous incidences of Lord Krishna’s childhood in Vrindavan and glorifies His might, wisdom and charm.
A scene from Little Krishna, an animation series woven together in two formats : 13 episodes and three feature films.
Extending the scope of the initiative, Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir has planned a unique theme park that will permit visitors and devotees to immerse themselves in Krishna Consciousness throughout the year. The park will also have a Bhagavad-Gita Expo to ignite the minds and invigorate the intellect with the stupendous wisdom given by Sri Krishna, that form the bedrock of culture and philosophy of life in India. Also planned is the Braj Heritage Village to transport visitors in time and space of Lord Sri Krishna.
India has a rich heritage of epics and classics that are renowned the world over. The planned Indoor Krishna Lila Park will have a walkthrough with thematic lighting and will also have exhibits that will highlight the legends from these epics and classics. The exhibits will display dolls in real life-size settings with light, sound, and visual effects. In addition, there will be audio-visual shows in small and medium-sized theatres. These exhibits and shows will communicate the timeless message of the classics of India in an entertaining and educative manner.