40 years ago this June, Srila Prabhupada personally installed the beautiful deities of Sri Sri Rukmini Dwarakanatha with his own hands. He would often teach his disciples the process of Deity worship, by lovingly worshiping these small Radha Krishna deities himself.
Feb 6 2009 Vaisnava Parents and Grandparents
Feb 6 2009 Unoffered Burfies for your Deities
The mangala arotik prayer selected by the Acarya of ISKCON, His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada is Sri Gurvastakam - Eight Prayers glorifying the Spiritual Master by Srila Visvanath Cakravarti Thakur.
This year, as always, we request you to submit your homages to Srila Prabhupada for his Vyasa Puja book by April 15. PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF E-MAIL ADDRESS.
Feb 5 2009 Gita Memorization Broadcast
Feb 5 2009 Baskets made of plastic carry bags
Feb 5 2009 To All Srila Prabhupada’s Women Disciples
We hope this compilation will preserve for posterity Srila Prabhupadaâ€™s legacy of exchanges with his women disciples and will illumine still more facets of his glories â€“ how his reciprocation with them endeared his women disciples to him and gave them life-long inspiration and guidance.
Feb 5 2009 Slump time has arrived
It's like watering the roots of a tree. When you water the roots, the leaves and branches automatically get watered
Feb 4 2009 Happy birthday, Darwin?
As you probably know 2009 is a double Darwin anniversary: the British naturalist was born 200 years ago and his 'The Origin of Species' was published 150 years ago.
In the Vedic and Pauranic cosmogonical perspective, the dimmed beings, asuras, are always depicted engaged in planning to conquest and dominate the universe, just like in Christian theology Lucifer or Mephistopheles keeps on hatching plots and setting traps to assert his power.
Feb 3 2009 Leadership And Relationships
Feb 3 2009 MAP presents a paper at NSEHCMP
MAP (Mayapur Animal protection team) attends and presents a paper at National Symposium for Elephant Health care and Management Practices
Feb 2 2009 Walking in the Rain through Guyana
One of the worldâ€™s longest floating bridges, set over the Demerara River, was out-of-bounds for pedestrians due to repairs on the walkway. Somehow, with a monkâ€™s humble persuasion, passage was granted for Rupa and myself. It was 5:30AM.