Dandavats! All Glories to Sri Guru and Sri Gauranga!
What a beautiful article! I was there for the installation of Radha-Vrajasunara in 1983. Hundreds of devotees from all over Europe had converged on the property and most of us were living in huge tents. The atmosphere was surcharged with beauty and happiness. The next time I went there was in 1985, when the end of an era was fast approaching. And that’s the last time I ever went to Europe until I spent some time in Prague this last summer. Definitely, Europeans (and I suppose Americans too) are sensitive to art, and Srila Prabhupada considered the Krsna consciousness movement to be “a cultural presentation for the re-spiritualization of the entire world.” So there is hope for the future.
Thank you again, Tattvavit Prabhu, for this inspiring article and the beautiful photos.
Visakha Priya dasi
A beautiful presentation exhibiting faith, cooperation, innovative cultural programs, cow protection, and outreach to visitors that is very tasteful. I do not have sufficient adjectives to complement what appears to be a more or less self-less program of service….truly, it appears that Villa Vrindaban is appropriately named. Hare Krishna. Pusta Krishna das