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Pandava Sena

We’re really proud to say that we provide young people with the unique opportunity to become the best that they can be, on a spiritual and material level. We connect like-minded souls to the timeless philosophy of the Vedas so that that we can grow and thrive in the ever-changing and somewhat chaotic 21st century world we live in.

We started way back in 1994 when Bhaktivedanta Manor in Watford, which was due to be closed for public access. The enthusiastic youth of the temple drove an international campaign to keep the Manor open and we’ve been revolutionising young people’s lives since.

We host university programmes, international retreats, socials, Kirtans and so much more. So please join us at our next event… It might just change your life!

Meet our amazing team

WHO WE ARE

We are a diverse team of dynamic and caring individuals who have a strong desire to change the world and transform our hearts. We are a community of writers, actors, artists, cooks, speakers, designers, and are always growing our young community of world-changers.

OUR MISSION

We’re always enthusiastic to share spiritual wisdom with others and lift the lid on how the teachings of the ancient Vedas hold the solutions to all of life’s problems and more.
The insights we’re sharing weren’t plucked out of thin air, though and neither were they the result of years of scientific research. They go way back beyond the realm of time as they are eternal truths brought to us by disciple succession.

The Srimad Bhagavatam explains how the knowledge of the Vedas was revealed by Krsna to Lord Brahma, who then shared it with Narada Muni. Narada Muni gave it to his disciple, Vyasadeva who actually compiled the Vedas. Following an unbroken chain of gurus and disciples, this knowledge reached Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Thakura. He wanted to help fulfil the prophecy that this process of Krsna consciousness would reach every town and village of the world. Taking up this divine mission, his disciple, Srila Prabhupada brought it to the West so that we could all benefit from it. Cool, right?