Give us our Books
Apr13

Give us our Books

Read More
The Natural Sympathy of a Devotee
Apr13

The Natural Sympathy of a Devotee

When a person is advanced in spiritual consciousness or Krsna consciousness, he naturally becomes very sympathetic toward all living entities suffering in the material world. Naturally such an advanced person thinks of the suffering of the people in general.… If one is actually sympathetic to fallen, suffering humanity, he should try to elevate people from material consciousness to spiritual consciousness.… By the grace...

Read More
The Power of Prabhupada’s Books by Navina Nirada Dasa
Apr13

The Power of Prabhupada’s Books by Navina Nirada Dasa

In this column we present the experiences and realizations of devotees who give people Krsna consciousness by giving books by Srila Prabhupada and his followers. The editors The Old Book Distributor ONCE WHEN I WAS selling books on a street in Germany I showed a teacher The Journey of Self-Discovery. He was skeptical and not interested in the subject. But then a man about sixty-five years old came by on a bicycle. He stopped and...

Read More
News about the Motel Gita program at a motel/hotel convention
Apr12

News about the Motel Gita program at a motel/hotel convention

Hare Krsna, Rohininandan Prabhu persuaded a Muslim motel owner, Salim Mohammed, to take Gitas for his motel. Another motel owner stopped by. He said that since getting Gitas, he's created twelve nonsmoking rooms. In those rooms he's kept the Gitas. He also keeps extra copies at the front desk, which a lot of people take. Purnima Patel, a multi-motelier and great supporter of the Motel Gita program, said she loves the program....

Read More
Srila Prabhupada Letter to Hamsaduta, 17th June 1969
Apr12

Srila Prabhupada Letter to Hamsaduta, 17th June 1969

“Regarding the tour of North Dakota, this is a nice proposal. So if it is practical it will be very nice for you and your wife. Only thing you have to do is rent a station wagon so you can travel, sleep and cook there. Keep with you four or five pairs of cymbals, one harmonium, and one mrdanga. One of you play the harmonium, one of you plays the mrdanga and some persons in the audience can play the karatalas. In this way you can...

Read More