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Her Grace Labangalatika Dasi ACBSP left her body. Nirguna Dasi:…

Tuesday, 28 May 2019 / Published in Recent Media / 477 views

Her Grace Labangalatika Dasi ACBSP left her body.
Nirguna Dasi: Her Grace Labangalatika Dasi left her body today at 12 noon. IST. I was just informed by her husband Prakash. There are devotees from Maharashtra there now and her last rites will be performed at 6 pm. A most dedicated disciple of her beloved Srila Prabhupada she was entirely devoted to her cows and her care included dogs and cats and all those who took shelter at her farm. She lived a most simple life with most meager facilities always giving all her time, energy, effort and thoughts to the care of her cows and the land and environment around her. An authentic life of simple living and complete surrender.All glories to Labangalatika dasi. All glories to Srila Prabhupada

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  1. Visakha Priya dasi says :

    I am so sad to hear this. As a new devotee in the late seventies and early eighties, I heard that Lavangatatika Prabhu was perhaps the most famous sankirtana devotee in the movement. She was originally from England and her father was a military general who had been stationed in India. Lavangalatika joined ISKCON in the USA with her young son, and there is a famous picture of Srila Prabhupada guiding the little boy in writing the Sanskrit alphabet. At some point, Lavangalatika decided to move to India and she put an ad in a local paper looking for a husband. She immediately got many responses and selected a widower who was the manager of a factory somewhere in the Goa area. He retired and they bought a farm and she started dedicating her life to serving cows. I spend a week or two at her place in 2002 or 3. She had quite a few cows and they produced incredibly rich milk. She also had fruit trees and grew vegetables. She told me that they basically ate only what grew on their farm–sometimes the same thing day after day, week after week, depending on what came out.
    All glories to Srimati Lavangalatika devi dasi. I look forward to meeting her again in the not-too-distant future.

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