Dear Urukrama Prabhu, thank you for posting this inspiring speeach. Is this the Durban temple opening?
Please post some kirtan of His Holiness
Is there a library of Maharaja’s video footage somewhere? BT Swami will remain an eternal inspiration for ISKCON devotees.
I also think this is a Durban opening but the devotees from JAR could give definite answer.
Regarding kirtan of His Holiness try this one from Croatian Summer kamp.
your servant Urukrama das
Yes, this is rally one of the most powerful speeches I have ever seen. I think it is some 20 years old? Probably there are some even more powerfull speeches delivered after that, since ISKCON and its Gurus only became stronger with years. Can you maybe post some later speeches, maybe even more powerful?
your servant gaura das
500 Pictures Of Bhakti Tirtha Swami Puspa Samadhi Ceremony (click here)
Bhakti Tirtha Swami - Minister of Love - Gita Nagari 2007
To honor the memory of Sripada Bhakti Tirtha Swami, their disciples building a memorial monument (Samadhi - in Sanskrit) in our spiritual community, Gita Nagari Farm in central Pennsylvania. Samadhi literally means reaching a state of singular focus. The Samadhi in Gita Nagari is a memorial monument that will allow a visitor to singularly focus on Sripada Bhakti Tirtha Swami who has worked, strived, struggled, suffered, hoped, cried and endured for all us. A physical structure will be a source of permanent inspiration for everyone, especially since Gita Nagari was dear to his heart and was where he spent his final days. This was one of his last desires in the service of HDG AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.
Our have 500 pictures in special offering for Srila Prabhupada, Bhakti Tirtha Swami and Disciples, your servants:
Chaitanya Lila das a. & Sachimata devi dasi
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Bhakti Tirtha Swami Puspa Samadhi Ceremony (Click here)
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