Kirtan Mela in Russian Yatra, Summer 2015 (Album with…

Kirtan Mela in Russian Yatra, Summer 2015 (Album with photos)
Srila Prabhupada: Narada Muni is very expert in delivering all the conditioned souls back home, back to Godhead. Therefore the materialistic experts do not agree with the spiritual expert Narada Muni, but this does not mean that Narada Muni will give up his engagement of chanting the Hare Krishna mantra. (Srimad-Bhagavatam, 6.5.24 Purport)
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Vanity Karma Now Available for Pre-Order Jayadvaita Swami: I…

Vanity Karma Now Available for Pre-Order
Jayadvaita Swami: I just wanted to let you know that my upcoming book Vanity Karma: Ecclesiastes, the Bhagavad-gita, and the meaning of life is now available for pre-order on amazon.com. Vanity Karma is a commentary on the book of Ecclesiastes, a book in the old testament of the Bible, from the perspective of the Bhagavad-gita.
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Hare Krishna! Krisha conscious presentation at the…

Hare Krishna! Krisha conscious presentation at the Transformation, Leadership and Spirituality in Medicine Conference
Radhanath Swami spoke of how members of a project inspired by his teachings, the Bhaktivedanta Hospital in Mumbai, recently went to Nepal after the recent devastating earthquake. He recounted that there were all kinds of doctors there – allopathic, Ayurvedic, naturopathic, etc. treating the injuries and broken limbs. However, he succinctly pointed out, more than broken limbs in Nepal, were broken hearts. There was starvation of stomachs, but more significantly, there was starvation of hearts. What the patients needed was not only medical attention, but also a holistic spiritual care.
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Krisha conscious presentation at the Transformation, Leadership and Spirituality in Medicine Conference

Hare KrishnaBy radhanathswami.com

Radhanath Swami spoke of how members of a project inspired by his teachings, the Bhaktivedanta Hospital in Mumbai, recently went to Nepal after the recent devastating earthquake. He recounted that there were all kinds of doctors there – allopathic, Ayurvedic, naturopathic, etc. treating the injuries and broken limbs. However, he succinctly pointed out, more than broken limbs in Nepal, were broken hearts. There was starvation of stomachs, but more significantly, there was starvation of hearts. What the patients needed was not only medical attention, but also a holistic spiritual care. Continue reading