Useful Contacts

This ‘Heart of Hinduism’ teachers’ pack comes with full teacher support. For free advice and for further information (temples visits, guest speakers and INSET) please contact:

ISKCON Educational Services, Hilfield Lane, Aldenham, Herts. U.K.
Tel; +44 (0)1923 – 859578

For IES representatives in other locations, please go to Temple Visits (on the interactive section of the CD-Rom) or ring on the above number (01923-859578) for an updated list.

At the time of publication, we have representative in Newcastle, Plymouth, the East Midlands (Leicester) and West Wales.

Further possibly useful contacts are as follows:

Faith Community Organisations

Ramakrishna Vedanta Centre
Bourne End, Bucks, Sl8 5lG
phone: 01628 526 464 fax: 01628 532 437

The Education Department
Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
105 – 119 Brentfield Road
Neasden, London NW10 8JP
tel: 020 8965 2651 fax: 020 8965 6313

Dr. N. Prinja,
The Vishva Hindu Parishad,
28, Glastonbury Avenue, Hale, Cheshire,
WA15 8QB

Mr. Vipin Aery,
The National Council for Hindu Temples,
c/o The Santana Mandir, Weymouth Street, Leicester, LE4 6FP tel: 17958-464072

Dilip Lakhani,

Indian Arts and Culture

Dr. Nanda Kishor,
The Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 4a Castleton Rd. London W14 9HQ TEL; 020 7381-4608

For Academic Advice

The Oxford Centre for Vaishnava and Hindu Studies,
13-15, Magdalen Street, Oxford, OX1 3AE
tel: 01865-304300


Popats Stores, 52 Ealing Road, Wembley, Middlesex, HA0 4PY tel. 020 8902-4182

Religion in Evidence, Monk Road, Alfreton, Derbyshire, DE55 7RL tel: 0800-318686

Articles of Faith Ltd, Resource House, Kay St., Bury, BL9 6BU. tel: 0161-736-6232

ISKCON Educational Services, Hilfield Lane, Aldenham, Herts. U.K. tel; +44 (0)1923 – 859578

Hinduism and the Environment

Ranchor Prime, “Friends of Vrindavana”, c/o 10 Grafton Mews,
London W1P 5LF

Illustrators (mainly children’s’ books)

Ananta Shakti tel: 0208 953-1023


Anita Ganeri tel: 01943-816790

Krishna Dharma, tel: 01923-856145

Rasamandala Das
tel: 01865-304309

Websites A general site A general site from ISKCON (a Vaishnava tradition) from the publishers of “Hinduism Today” (a Shaivite tradition)

The publishers cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information provided in these sites, nor their continuing availability.