Bangalore, May 24: The dispute between Bangalore and Mumbai departments belonging to the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) has been resolved. The decade-long legal battle for the ISKCON ownership of Bangalore ended on Monday. Madupandit Das and Chanchalapathi Das have been severely hit, and the Mumbai branch has won the state high court. ISKCON Bangalore branch belongs to Mumbai, Madhupandit Das will be chairman and Chanchalapati Das will continue as Vice-President. But the ISKCON temple is under the control of the Mumbai branch over the management and accounting inspection. In the verdict, the rules that followed the Mumbai branch regarding the ISKCON Bangalore branch in 1998 are still in place today.
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Since 1998, Bangalore and Mumbai branches have been fighting law at different levels of courts for the Bangalore branch of the ISKCON temple. On 9 April 2009, the 9th City Civil Court ruled that the Bangalore branch of the ISKCON temple belongs to the Bangalore Registered Society, chaired by Madhupandit Das. Chanchalapati Das is the Vice President of the Society, whose family members are:
Secretary-General, Assistant Secretary and Treasurer. The Mumbai branch has appealed to the state high court challenging the City Civil Court’s verdict. The City Civil Court ruled that the division bench of the City Civil Court had ordered that the ISKCON branch was owned by the Mumbai branch after the Madhu Pandit Das-led Bangalore Society filed a complaint with the Bangalore branch of the ISKCON temple. The petition filed by Madhu Pandit Das and Vice Chancellor Chanchalapati Das Inde HC, ISKCON Bangalore branch, seeking a stay on the judgment of the High Court division bench. The trial of the petition filed by the apex court will be held on Tuesday morning.
Vaikuntha Ekadashi expresses the feeling that devotees come to seek God everywhere and stay with us. The devotees are praying for salvation. Look at the beauty of Swami. Vaikunta Ekadashi has two words, a Vaikuntha meaning Vishnu. Vishnu’s name comes to be known as Vaikuntha because Vishnu was born in a man named Vakunta in Chakshushusha. It is said by Narayana that the name of Vaikuntha comes from the Shantipara of the Mahabharata. Also mentioned in the Vishnu Sahasranama is the name Vaikunta. Special: Vaikuntha Ekadashi celebration, the importance of fasting! In Bangalore, many temples have begun to worship Vaikunta Ekadashi. The Vaikuntha Vedas were built in all the temples, and the darshan started at 4 am. Vision is allowed up to 10 pm. Special Vaikuntha Ekadashi Puja is performed in the Nana temples of the city, including ISKCON temple, Tirupati Tirumala temple of Vaikalival, Kote Venkateswara Swamy and Jepinagar Tirupati temple.