Vedic culture refers to a regulated way of living that promotes well being both materially and spiritually. Srila Prabhupada often referred a cultureless society as an animal society, where rules and regulations are ignored. Vedic culture on the other hand enables one to enjoy life and make spiritual progress, at the same time aiming for a higher destination in the next life. As we know, Vedic culture includes its many sciences of Jyotish, Vastu, Ayurveda, Vedas and also fine arts such as dance, music and arts. ISKCON temple worldwide conduct daily scriptural classes based on Bhagavat Gita, Srimad Bhagavatam & Chaitanya Charitamrta and other Vedic scriptures – the ultimate in Vedic knowledge. Many persons perplexed with life’s various challenges are finding positive and rewarding direction by attending such standard classes regularly. Through these classes one can get the highest and most secret knowledge. To help someone become enlightened so that they can help themselves thereafter is the best charity, and this in essence is the mission of all Srila Prabhupada’s ISKCON temples.