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By Madhusevita das

Since I joined the Hare Krishna Movement, in 1973, I had cultivated the desire to offer a few songs in praise of my Spiritual Master A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the Founder Acarya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness

November 27, 2011 -- 3,607 views
Hare KrishnaBy Urmila Devi Dasi

The story activities were created by the Hare Krishna School in Auckland, New Zealand, under the direction of Prana dasa. There are also dozens of Balarama-centered activities in the areas of scripture, Deity worship, devotee association, holy places, and Balarama's holy name. Have some transcendental fun!

August 8, 2008 -- 7,221 views
Hare KrishnaBy Kiran Das

Gotipua, the Oriya etymon of which literally means ‘Goti’ = ‘single’ & ‘Pua’ = ‘Boy’. As the name indicates this sacred dance is performed only by boys dressed up as girls.

April 2, 2008 -- 10,016 views
Hare KrishnaBy the Lost Village producers

The producers of the documentary Mother Ganga are launching another documentary project, Lost Village. This film brings forth the insights of its main character, Lokanath Swami. He was born and raised in Arawade, a remote village of Maharashtra, India.

March 20, 2008 -- 4,586 views
Vishrambhara Dasa: We just recorded two Chinese Style Vaisnava Songs on 09Mar, 2008 in a recording studion. As a gift to devotess all around world, we hope you will like it....
March 18, 2008 -- 5,900 views
Bhakta Wallace Dorian: The Vedic Entertainment Group is proud to announce that casting is complete (The role of Lord Krsna soon to be cast) in the upcoming High-Definition film, "The Women of Mahabharata."...
March 18, 2008 -- 4,559 views
Hare KrishnaBy Barbara Kowal

An interview with Bhakta Wallace Dorian the Artistic Director of The Vedic Theatre Company conducted in Los Angeles May 18th 2007

May 23, 2007 -- 3,423 views
Hare KrishnaBy Bhakta Wallace Dorian

I started to think about a major production of the "Srimad-Bhagavatam" done for TV as a miniseries. Every home in the world has a TV set and how great it would be for millions of viewers to see these Vedic stories which is still unknown to westerners.

July 17, 2006 -- 3,461 views