Korsnäs Gård is the only Radha-Krishna temple in Scandinavia. Radha-Krishna worship is an ancient part of Vaishnava culture. Although Krishna and His consort Radha were virtually unknown in the West until His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada introduced Them in 1965, Radha-Krishna worship has now been established on every continent.
On Srila Prabhupada's order the devotees at Korsnäs Gård have made it their mission to present the culture of Krishna consciousness in its many facets through opulent temple worship and joyful festivals, illuminating lectures and public worship in the streets of Stockholm and surrounding areas. Perhaps you have seen devotees of Krishna singing and dancing in public or met a devotee who offered you a book about the philosophy and lifestyle of Krishna consciousness.
In Krishna consciousness you can learn the art of living and dying – to leave behind the cycle of birth and death (the wheel of samsara) and to enter the ever-blissful land of loving service to God. Devotees want to offer everyone the same chance at transcendence that they themselves have received, and so are happy to share any aspect of our spiritual practice or experience. If you have questions about the soul, God, karma, reincarnation, or anything else, please ask!