The Powerful words of Prabhupada
Feb14

The Powerful words of Prabhupada

By Suresvara dasa By Krsna’s mercy I found that no one could defeat me in any argument; no matter how educated they might be by material estimation. I spoke to a college professor once when I was selling books in Knoxville Tennessee. He said he was a scientist. He looked at my devotee dress and said our movement was just a bunch of sentimentalist – just dancing and chanting in the street. I stated something which I had...

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Kalachandji’s Sponsors Book Table and Prasada at Musical Concert
Feb13

Kalachandji’s Sponsors Book Table and Prasada at Musical Concert

by Gita Govinda Dasi Indranuja Dasa met a man a musician and a vocalist at a Whole Foods store. He had read the Bhagavad-gita and liked Arjuna, so had bought another book from the devotees. Now he was preparing to perform a concert. Indranuja Dasa asked him if we could distribute prasadaand books inside the theater. The man eagerly agreed. So Kalachandji's restaurant sponsored pakoras, tamarind chutney,...

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How did the funeral go?
Feb01

How did the funeral go?

By Adiguru das Upon seeing the chanting and dancing of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Lord Nityananda predicted that later there would be dancing and chanting in every village. This prediction of Sri Nityananda Prabhu is applicable not only in India but also all over the world. That is now happening by His grace. The members of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness are now traveling from one village to another in the...

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A Visit from “God”
Jan27

A Visit from “God”

By Murari Gupta Dasa His Grace Sridama Prabhu was enthusing devotees to distribute Srila Prabhupada’s books at Malad Station. His heartfelt announcements were inspiring the crowd, and sales picked up. Then a strange thing happened. Sridama Prabhu recounts, “As I was making my announcement, a middle-aged man came to the stall and began staring at me. I stopped my announcement, turned to him, and said, “Sir, please...

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You Never Know Who Will Take a Book
Jan20

You Never Know Who Will Take a Book

by Vijaya Dasa I was in the airport and the distribution was going slowly. Then a businessman came down the hall with his son. He was about fifty and looked like a hard-core businessman, so I was reluctant to speak to him. But I thought, "You never know who will take a book." I offered him the Bhagavad-gita. He said, "Already have it. I got it in the airport about fifteen years ago. Nice book." Then I...

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