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The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (Slovene: Skupnost za zavest Krišne), more commonly known as the Hare Krishna movement, was registered in Slovenia in 1983 [dead link] and has a religious centre in Ljubljana. The International Society for Krishna Consciousness in Slovenia has an agreement with the state, and has received about 1,500 euros from the government.
220 Hindus live in Slovenia, with 70 belonging to the Hindu Religious Community in Slovenia and 150 belonging to the Society for Krishna Consciousness.
Yoga in Daily Life (Slovene: Društvo Joga v vsakdanjem življenju) has eleven centres in Slovenia.
- Centre one - Ljubljana
- Centre two - Maribor
- Centre three - Kranj
- Centre four - Novo Mesto
- Centre five - Domžale
- Centre six - Yoga Center Celje Petrovče
- Centre seven - Koper
- Centre eight - Nova Gorica
- Centre nine - Škofja Loka
- Centre ten - Popetre
- Centre eleven - Ribnica
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