An interview with Madhavananda Das about the new book, "When Good Fortune Arises, the Life and Teachings of Sri Srimad Gour Govinda Swami Maharaja."
"Miracle on Second Avenue is the best description yet of those fine days of endless horizons, where everything was possible, when Krishna consciousness would become a world wide religion" --Shyamasundar Prabhu
I define a good day as one when I have had the pleasure of reading a good book. And by that definition, today was a very good day because I was curled up with Jayadeva dasâ€™ The Beat of Different Drums
May 9 2011 Book Review: Miracle On 2nd Ave
I had a hard time putting it down and was feeling lost when I findished rreading. I gave my copy to one devotee who had lost his enthusiasm for preaching. He got so excited and claimed it had changed his life. He is recommended it to his friends and is reading it again
Hinduism remains the most attacked and under siege of all the major world religions. This is in spite of the fact that Hinduism is the most tolerant, pluralistic and synthetic of the world's major religions.
Sep 28 2008 The Kirtan Book — Part Two?
The publication of "The Yoga of Kirtan: Conversations on the Sacred Art of Chanting," while sparking some mild controversy within ISKCON, has enabled me to share our philosophy in venues I wouldn't have previously thought possible
Sep 21 2008 Ethnomusicologist Applauds New Kirtan Book
When most Westerners think of â€śyoga,â€ť they likely conjure up images of headstands and deep stretches to maintain health and fitness. But another form of yoga, rapidly gaining prominence in the West, is clearly presented in Steven Rosenâ€™s recent book: The Yoga of Kirtan.
Jun 10 2008 Uddhava Gita Overview
Uddhava Gita: The Song Goes Ever On - A Glimpse into the Uddhava Gita by Steven Rosen (Satyaraja Dasa) (Recently published by Touchstone Media)
Oct 14 2006 Book review
Purnacandra Dasa talks in his book about some unspoken obstacles, or impediments, on the path to bhakti. Some of them, like institutionalism and lack of freedom, may exist in any religious organization, but being subtle and difficult to spot, they are often not discussed.
Jul 3 2006 Ask a GBC
Recently, in Alachua, the local GBC segretary Sesa prabhu had a program for about one month where he sat under a canopy outside the temple each Sunday feast with a sign "Ask a GBC." So the devotees had the chance to approach, ask and discuss different GBC related questions.