Life Member

ISKCON Life Membership Program

ISKCON Life Membership program was introduced in early 1970’s as an opportunity to become part of ISKCON’s family by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. He invited everyone across the world to take advantage of residing in ISKCON temples all over the world for a couple of days, attend spiritual programs and receive Krishna conscious association. Presently more than 1 million life Members are part of ISKCON’s family. Taking ISKCON Life Membership From This Temple is valid for all Official ISKCON Branches.

Life Patron Membership – What Are The Features?

  • Patronship card on completion of your contribution
  • Accommodation of special rates for 3 days in any ISKCON guest house in one calendar year.
  • Tax benefit under section 80 G
  • Special Prasadam on your and your family member’s major life events like birthdays and Anniversaries
  • Books for Spiritual Enlightenment
  • Japa mala and bead bag
  • Special Passes for entry on major festivals and events

Life Patron Membership – What Does It Include?

Seva (Service)

Accept the opportunity to serve the Supreme Lord Sri Krishna and express your thanks with sincere service. Feel the delight of being the ultimate giver and receiver.

Spiritual Knowledge

Transform your home into a metaphysical library with a full set of Shrimad-Bhagavatam in your preferred language – Bengali, Hindi, or English.

Meals

Whether you stay overnight or not, relish free prasadam in every ISKCON centre for three days per year, twice daily. Indulge in temple resident meals, excluding restaurant meals or snacks sold on temple premises. Special occasions like birthdays or anniversaries are marked with cake prasadam.

Patron Card/Transfer of Patronship

Receive a centrally issued hologram patronship card with your portrait and patron number. Stay connected with an up-to-date list of ISKCON centres across the world. The patron’s card represents your devotion and connection to the global ISKCON family.

Prasadam, on Special Occasions

Receive prasadam on special occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries as part of blessings from lord Krishna on your special day.