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Australian News: Get Cool  at the Sunday Love Feast: Coolangatta

If you are looking for a great time On October 10th, from 3PM to  8PM, get down to the CWA hall at 169 Griffith Street, Coolangatta for the Sunday  Love feast.
 You are bound to have a great time. There’ll be FREE vegetarian  food and a guest speaker. Hold on to your hats because the “Bhajan  Babas” will be cranking out the livest Kirtan music you ever heard. 
 MUSIC – FOOD – and FREE ENTRY. What are you waiting for? tell  your friends and bring them along, it will be so cool and you will not regret  it.
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ISKCON Melbourne,  AU: Daily Class - Kadamba Kanana Swami

Srimad  Bhagavatam 11.25.13 - Give Krsna to be saved from  illusion.
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H.G. Sankarshan das Adhikari, USA: Friday 8 October 2010--Don't Let Your  Monkey Mind Steal Your Vision--and--Dhyana, Dharana, and ...

6 October 2010--While on parikrama today at the  Sri Sri Radha Damodar temple in Vrindavana a monkey stole the glasses from Mr.  Joshi, one of the members our of party. The monkey was so bold that he stole  them from Mr. Joshi while he was wearing them. Sometimes the monkeys will accept  bribes in the form of bananas or other foodstuffs to return the stolen...
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Book Distribution News: A Methodist Reverend Appreciates Srila  Prabhupada's Books

One late Friday afternoon we received a call from  Reverend Ntombe, the leader of one of the Methodist churches in Pretoria. He  said, "I was told you are from a society that is giving books to libraries.  Could you donate some books for our church library?" The reverend went on to  explain that he was starting a library for his church's congregation and wanted  as many quality books as possible. That sounded like a really nice thing for a  religious leader to do.

He explained that a member of his congregation is  a librarian in one of the community libraries where we had earlier donated  books, and that he had gotten our number from her. That was truly inspiring to  hear: in her own way this librarian was helping Srila Prabhupada's book  distribution. Hari Bol!
But still we had some doubts: Had the reverend  seen the books? Did he know that we were Hare Krishnas? We knew that usually  Christians are not inclined to take our books, what to speak of a  reverend?!
Sensing our concern, he assured us: ñI want my  congregation to learn about all religions -- Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, etc. All  paths lead to the same God. The only difference is that we Christians believe  that Jesus is the only way, while other religions have their own path."
We took the opportunity to present a brief summary  of Vaisnavism, explaining that the books are based on the Vedic teachings from  India, which are thousands of years old, and that they had been translated into  English by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, and that they encompass the  essence of the teachings of all paths D namely, love of Godhead. His enthusiasm  remained intact, and so, thinking that this must be Srila Prabhupada's  arrangement, we decided to go for it.
We arranged a time and place to meet the reverend  near his church. He was quite warm and welcoming, and when we handed him the  Medium Set of books -- the /Bhagavad-gita/, Krsna Book, Science of  Self-Realization, and ten to fifteen small books -- he smiled gratefully and  said, "Hare Krishna. I am grateful for these books. They will benefit our  congregation, and I will also read them."
A week later we called the reverend to follow up.  He said that though he hadnÍt had a chance to read the books yet, they were  being catalogued and would soon be put on the library shelves. His last words  were "If you have more such books, please bring them." Srila Prabhupada Ki  Jaya!
Your servants, Bhakta Hemant & Bhaktin Aditi  ISKCON Pretoria, South Africa
Vijaya (das) HDG (USA) wrote: > > Hari bol  Dravida Prabhu, could you please edit this for me. > Your servant, Vijaya das  > > This is a rather long one that doesn't have to be soo long maybe you  could > shorten is some. > > Reverend Ntombe of the Methodist Church  wants Srila Prabhupada's books > > > One late Friday afternoon we  received a call from a polite gentleman who > introduced himself as Reverend  Ntombe of the Methodist Church (in > Mamelodi, > Pretoria). We was quite  surprised, why would a Reverend want to speak > to us. > He then said, "I  was told that you are from a society which is giving > books > to  libraries, I would like to ask if you could donate some books for our >  Church library!" The Reverend went on to explain that he is starting a >  library for his Church's congregation and his desire is to house as many >  quality books as possible within the library, so that his congregation can >  learn and benefit from the knowledge. That sounded like a really nice > thing  > for a religious leader to do. > > He explained that a member of his  congregation is a librarian, in one > of the > Community Libraries in the  townships and he got our number from her. That > was truly inspiring to hear  - in her own way this librarian was > assisting in > Srila Prabhupada's  book distribution, Hari Bol! But still we had some > doubts: Has he seen  these books and is he aware that we are Hare Krishna > devotees? Usually  Christians are not inclined to take books; what to speak > of a Reverend of a  Church?! So why would he be interested in Srila > Prabhupada's books, this  was a pleasing curiosity. > > Sensing our concern the Reverend assured us  by saying: I want my > congregation to have knowledge of everything, even  other religions > like Islam, Jewish religion and all others. He then went on  to explain his > philosophy: "all paths lead to the same God, the only  difference is > that we > Christians beleive that Jesus is the only way  while other religions have > their own path". We took the opportunity to  presented a brief summary > of Vaisnavism and explained that these books are  based on the Vedic > teaching > from India which is thousands of years  old, translated into English by > A.C. > Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada,  and encompass the essence of the Spiritual > teachings of all paths - *Love  of Godhead*...his enthusiasm still seemed > intact and so thinking that this  must be the arrangement of Srila > Prabhupada > we decided to go for it.  > > We arranged a time and place to meet the Reverend near his church.  > He was quite warm and welcoming and when we handed him the Medium Set of  > Srila Prabhupada's books he smiled gratefully and said "Hare Krishna". >  So he > did know of the Hare Krishnas. He explained that he had heard about  the > movement, but did not know much about the philosophy. We were amazed  > when he > said, "I am grateful that you are giving us these books, they  will benefit > the congregation and I will also read them to learn more".  > > A week later we called the Reverend to follow up and see if he had a  > chance > to read the books and what his opinion was. He mentioned that  he did > not get > a chance to read the books, but they were being  catalogued and will be put > up in the Church library very soon - HARI BOL.  > > His last words were "if you have more such books, please also bring  > them, we > would like more of these books". Srila Prabhupada ki Jai.  > > Your Servants > Bhakta Hemant & Bhaktin Aditi > ISKCON  Pretoria, South Africa. > (Text D:3623110)  ------------------------------------------- > > ------- End of Forwarded  Message ------ > (Text D:3651334)  -------------------------------------------
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ISKCON Melbourne,  AU: Jaya Radha Madhava - Kadamba Kanana Swami

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Japa Group: Japa Retreat Reflections

In this SB lecture from Alachua, Mayamaya dasi  discuss's the Japa Retreat in very interesting reflections and realisations from  the experience.
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ISKCON Melbourne,  AU: Kadamba Kanana Swami in Melbourne


Here are some photos of  Maharaja's photos so far:- Sunday Bhakti Vrksa
slideshow- Sunday Feast Program slideshow
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H.H.  Sivarama Swami

The conditioned soul, engrossed in the material  body, increases the pages of history by all kinds of material activities. The  teachings of Lord Caitanya can help the members of human society stop such  unnecessary and temporary activities and be elevated to the topmost platform of  spiritual activities, which begin after liberation from material  bondage.
- Srila Prabhupada
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Bharatavarsa.net: Bhakti Vikasa Swami: Sannyasi: preaching, preaching,  preaching

Prabhupada: ...Sannyasi should go on preaching,  preaching, preaching, preaching. Practically, I was sitting here in Vrndavana,  in Radha-Damodara temple. So at the age of seventy years, nobody goes out. At  least from Vrndavana nobody goes at the age of seventy years. But Krsna asked  me. I thought that I must go, Guru Maharaja wanted it, Caitanya Mahaprabhu...  Let me try. So if I had not gone then this institution would not have developed.  So this is practical. Mahatah nirvicaranam.(?) Mahatma, they must move. So when  there is absolute necessity they may stay. Otherwise, they must move. Move on,  move on, move on, move on, move on. No staying. That is principle. No staying. I  am this old age, I cannot move... My... I... So many... Still I am traveling all  over the world. I am simply interested that whatever I have done, it may not be  vanquished in my absence. Let me go and encourage them. Otherwise, I have no  capacity to move now. But still I am moving. Only for this purpose. Girinam  grhna-cetasam.(?) So a sannyasi must move. A sannyasi must not stay anywhere  more than three days... A sannyasi is forbidden to stay anywhere else, but in a  temple he can stay for more than three days provided there is business.  Otherwise, there is no necessity.
>>> Ref. VedaBase => Room Conversation  -- September 5, 1976, Vrndavana
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Kurma dasa,  AU: Insects for Lunch. Anyone?

What would you prefer to eat? A plate full of fried larvae,  cockroaches and other crunchy insect delights? lunch anyone: Or a plate full of Hearty Dal Soup, Vegetarian Moussaka, BBQ  Asparagus with Macadamia and semi-dried Tomato Pesto, Grilled Panir Steaks in  Maple Marinade with Sweet Potato Mash? my yummy lunch:
Alix Vanny recently interviewed me for Radio  regarding my thoughts on a recent United Nations recommendation that we  should eat less livestock and more insects.
You might have already guessed my thoughts on  this. Click  here, scroll down and listen to the interview. It may take a  while to load, and I am the last person interviewed.
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New Vrndavan, USA: New Vrindaban Photos From the 70s

See some old photos here including one of Taru in  “the Pits”.
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H.H.  Satsvarupa das Goswami: 94

www.sdgonline.org. SDGonline Daily updates 
3:45 A.M.
From Namamrta by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami  Prabhupada:
“It is an offense to consider the holy  name to be an ordinary pious activity:
“One who says that ten million Asvamedha  sacrifices are equal to the chanting of the holy name of Lord Krishna is  undoubtedly an atheist. He is sure to be punished by Yamaraja.”
“In the list of the ten kinds of offenses in  chanting the holy name of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Hare Krishna, the  eighth offense is that one should never consider the chanting of the holy name  of Godhead equal to pious activities like giving charity to brahmanas  or saintly persons, opening charitable educational institutions, distributing  free foodstuffs and so on. The results of pious activities do not equal the  results of chanting the holy name of Krishna.
“In other words, one who accepts the chanting of  Hare Krishna to be some kind of pious activity is completely misled. Of course,  it is pious; but the real fact is that Krishna and His name, being  transcendental, are far above all mundane pious activity. Pious activity is on  the material platform, but chanting of the holy name of Krishna is completely on  the spiritual plane. Therefore, although pasandis do not understand  this, pious activity can never compare to the chanting of the holy name.”  (Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Adi-lila 3.79)
According to the materialistic point of view,  observing a religious ceremony invokes an auspicious atmosphere for the material  benefit of the entire world. Materialists therefore manufacture religious  principles to live comfortably and without disturbance in executing their  material activities. Since they do not believe in the existence of God, they  have manufactured the idea that God is impersonal and that to have some  conception of God one can imagine any form. They consider chanting the names of  the demigods an auspicious activity. They think any name is all right to invoke  an auspicious atmosphere in society, thus they are called  pasandis—unbelievers. Chanting of Hare Krishna is meant to bring us  attachment to Krishna Himself, to please Krishna and eventually to invoke our  pure love for Krishna. We should chant with that in mind. Chanting shouldn’t be  then thinking that it’s the same as charitable work in the material world and is  done for bringing about temporary peaceful conditions. It has to be focused on  the eternal Supreme Person. Then automatically all piety will come from chanting  because Krishna Himself is all-pious.
I woke at 1:30 A.M. with a clear head and began  chanting. My chanting was not very rapid, but I kept fixed on the sound  vibration and steady accumulation of the rounds without much distraction. I  didn’t reach sixteen rounds by 3:30, but I had only reached twelve. So I will  have to complete the balance. But I steadily meditated on the mantra, and that  is good.
I did not chant in ecstatic transformation with my hairs  on end and tears from the eyes. But at least I did not chant  thinking it was pious activity meant to bring temporary benefit for  the world, such as charitable work, free food distribution or help  for the homeless. These activities are good, and there are societies  dedicated to bringing it about. But chanting is for something  greater, the release of all miseries, the liberation of the soul  from birth and death, and finally love of God. Love of Krishna is  the ultimate pious activity and I should chant for that goal,  not some lesser benefit for the world.
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H.H. Satsvarupa das Goswami: Prabhupada Smaranam

www.sdgonline.org. SDGonline Daily updates  One Hundred Prabhupada Poems, #51 I just read two  poems in a book,The Father by Sharon Olds in which she tells how  her father is dying and how she felt and how she thinks he felt. It  reminded me that Prabhupada passed away. If I were to go back to that it  would take much effort and concentration. I don’t want to dig up my  shortcomings on such a painful subject.I wasn’t basically wrong. I sensed the end had come and  knew we could serve you in separation. I was sure you would stay with us  in vani, and that I’d serve you.But I fell so short of appropriate loving feelings. I  remember your close servants. They get eternal credit, even if some of  them went away and left your service. Probably they will never leave you  and will remember you when they die.I was a numbed stone went to my room in the guesthouse  tried to write a book on varnasrama to occupy myself and not  think what was happening. Actually I can’t recall, don’t want to. I  prefer The Gaudiya-Vaisnava philosophy that saysthe pure soul goes on to nitya-lilaand his servants continue serving him. And when each of his  servants die, it won’t be so horrible or painful because they will call  to you,and somehow they will join you. That’s the scenario and it  can work if we remain cool and pray for conviction. Until then I want to  read your books in which you never pass away and in which I don’t  falter, your books, where Lord Krishna creates the universes and  plays in Vrndavana with His parisads. In those books we can go on  hearing, guru and sisya and we  don’t need anything else.
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H.H. Satsvarupa das Goswami: He Came to Me

www.sdgonline.org. SDGonline Daily updates  “When the disciple is ready, the guru will come.”  In what sense was I ready? Not like Maharaja Pariksit, already a  great devotee and so Krishna sent him the best devotee to explain to him  and tthrough him to the whole world the Srimad-Bhagavatam.  I was not ready in that way, nor was I so determined to see God that  He appeared in the heart of Narada Muni and said, “Go to Dhruva and  teach him.”I was loitering on the Lower East Side, taking drugs,  writing my autobiographic religious dedications to self-expression  and listening to jazz, with no girlfriend.I wasn’t eligible that Krishna should send a guru to me but  he was an aggressor and we lived in the same neighborhood.Apparently I was ready. I took to it right away. From my  scruffy consciousness, within my lusty, confused, youthful, despairing  heart, my covered soul was ready to receive the Swami.I went to him as a new man. I gave up my bad habits. The  chanting of Hare Krishna found reception in my mystic  search.Prabhupada, you came to me, sent by Krishna although I  was unworthy. I rose to the occasion and became a responsible  cela.You worked the alchemy and enlisted me in the  sankirtana army. I changed to pure from impure.You caught me unaware and picked me up, you placed me at  the Lord’s lotus feet and made me dance.I wasn’t really looking for you, but you caught my  attention. According to the scriptures I have to take it that  Krishna came for me in the form of the spiritual master, and I was  sincere enough in the core of my being to accept the great  gift.I’m ever-grateful you both came for me, and I pray to  always stay an active recipient of the mercy.
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H.H. Satsvarupa das Goswami: Free Write

www.sdgonline.org. SDGonline Daily updates 
I turned at random to Srimad-Bhagavatam, Canto 1,  Chapter 19, verse 36:
“Otherwise [without being inspired by  Lord Krishna] how is it that you have voluntarily appeared here, though you are  moving incognito to the common man and are not visible to us who are on the  verge of death?” Sukadeva Goswami was inspired by Lord Krishna to appear  voluntarily before Maharaja Pariksit, the great devotee, just to give him the  teachings of Srimad-Bhagavatam. There were other sages and gurus  present suggesting different paths, but it was not conclusive who Maharaja  Pariksit would listen to. When Sukadeva Goswami arrived, everyone stood up, and  it was decided that (although he was only 16 years old) Sukadeva was the most  qualified devotee present to teach Pariksit in his last remaining seven days.  The other sages gave Sukadeva deference, and Maharaja Pariksit turned eagerly to  hear from him. One can achieve the import of devotional service of the Lord by  the mercy of the spiritual master and the Personality of Godhead. The spiritual  master is the manifest representative of the Lord to help one achieve ultimate  success.
A bona-fide guru is actually inspired by the Lord  to appear before the disciple. As soon as a true representative of the Lord is  met by a devotee, the devotee is assured for going back to Godhead. But this  depends on the sincerity of the devotee himself. In a similar case in the  Bhagavatam, Narada Muni was sent to appear before Dhruva Maharaja, who was  searching for God in the forest. When the Lord finds a person who is eager to go  back to Godhead, He sends His bona-fide representative. In the purport, Srila  Prabhupada writes, “The conclusion is that to get the assistance and help of a  bona-fide spiritual master means to receive the direct help of the Lord  Himself.” (Bhag. 1.19.36, purport)
It’s sweet how Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu interacts  with His devotees. About 300 of them came from Bengal for the four months at  Caturmasya and stayed with Him at Jagannatha-puri. The Puri devotees are always  with Him. One year there was an incident where Sivananda Sena was delayed paying  a toll. The whole group of Bengali devotees had to wait for him under a tree. He  arranged for all their eating and accommodations, and so without him they had to  simply wait. Lord Nityananda became angry and claimed that He was hungry. He  cursed Sivananda Sena and said that his sons should die. Sivananda Sena’s wife  started weeping and wailing. When Sivananda Sena finally arrived, his wife at  once told him of Lord Nityananda’s curse. Sivananda Sena called her a foolish  woman and said they should be glad to be cursed by Lord Nityananda. Lord  Nityananda then came up to Sivananda Sena and kicked him on the leg. Who could  understand the ways of Lord Nityananda? Krishna dasa Kaviraja says when Lord  Nityananda is angry towards someone He is actually showing them His affection.  Sivananda Sena was aware of this, and he was pleased to be kicked by Lord  Nityananda. Nor did He actually cause Sivananda Sena’s sons to die. But He is an  avadhuta and acts in contradictory ways. One of the devotees left the  party and went ahead to complain about Lord Nityananda’s behavior, but when he  came into Lord Caitanya’s presence, he sensed that Lord Caitanya was omniscient  and knew why he was upset, so he did not complain about Lord Nityananda. Lord  Caitanya spoke nectarean words to His devotees when they arrived. He pointed out  that they underwent great trouble to travel to see Him, and He expressed his  affection to each of them. He chided Lord Nityanada for coming because He had  ordered Him to stay in Nadia and preach. Each year they observe the same  festivals, and kirtanas and  feasting and Krishna katha. Lord  Caitanya enjoyed their company in the day, but He passed His night in great  difficulty fee­­ling separation from Krishna and sharing His emotions with His  associates Ramananda Raya and Svarupa Damodara.
I breathe in the pastimes in an even-tempered way.  May they stay in my mind, and may I speak about them to the devotees. When you  dip deeply into the pastimes of Lord Caitanya in the Ganges River, you come up  in Radha-Kunda in the pastimes of Radha-Krishna. The more you have qualified to  relish Gauranga-lila, the more you become eligible to hear of the  Divine Couple of Vraja.
Krishna is neither impersonal or unable to  reciprocate the feelings of His devotees. In Bhagavad-gita (4.11) He  says, “As they approach Me, I respond accordingly.” He reciprocates with  different devotees just as it behooves their mood in approach to Him. When He  arrived in Dvaraka, he was met by dramatists, artists, singers, historians,  genealogists and learned speakers, and they each gave Him their respective  contributions. The Lord responded with the specific admirers according to His  specific relationship with them. But the pure devotees were of one type only  because they have no other object of service but the Lord. To some He bowed His  head, to some He exchanged greetings, to some He shook hands, looked and smiled  and gave assurances even to the lowest in rank. Only to the impersonalists, who  do not recognize Him, does the Lord not reciprocate. Elderly brahmanas  chanted His glories and became glorified themselves. The ladies from the  respectable houses of Dvaraka went up to the roofs of the houses just to have a  look at the Lord.
Within the five mellows or rasas the Lord  responds differently with His devotees. One can have an eternal relationship  with the Lord as a servant, friend, parent or conjugal lover, and the Lord  reciprocates with each differently. But each one is absolute in their complete  devotion to the Lord, and He deals with them in affection  accordingly.
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1967 October 7: "I have not heard for a long time  from you but I am always thinking of you and your good husband. I hope you are  all doing well. I am now almost cured & I wish to return as soon as  possible. Please remain in Krishna consciousness fully and you will always be  happy."Prabhupada Letters :: 1967
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1968 October 7: "One should first give protection  to the soul, then he should take care of his particular type of faith, then  material things, like this body, and anything in relation with this body, or  wealth. If you can protect the soul from being fallen a victim of this material  existence that is the greater service."Prabhupada Letters :: 1968
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1970 October 7: "You have left and it is like a  thunderbolt. How is that? Have you also been contaminated? Please tell me  frankly. I request you come to India and live with me. I shall await your reply  with great anxiety."Prabhupada Letters :: 1970
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1972 October 7: "If a man loves God more than  anything else, he is the perfect man. So find out yourself who is the right  person and follow his footsteps, and that is the best way for understanding God.  We cannot decide either from books or by philosophical speculation or by  argument or logic."Prabhupada Letters :: 1972
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1972 October 7: "Krishna has provided everything  sufficiently and there is no question of scarcity or poverty. Only demons and  blind leaders in the name of politicians, swamis, yogis, philanthropists are  misguiding the whole population and making the whole world entangled more and  more in problems."Prabhupada Letters :: 1972
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1974 October 7: "I am glad you are taking the  recommendation seriously. Yes, it is a serious matter. Not that I take Spiritual  Master as a pet and do whatever I want. No, one must follow the order of the  Spiritual Master with life and soul."Prabhupada Letters :: 1974
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1974 October 7: "Just like Srimati Kunti devi,  she prayed to Krishna. That is Krishna consciousness. Not that when there is  difficulty I shall forget Krishna. Whatever the material condition may be, we  should just cling to Krishna's lotus feet."Prabhupada Letters :: 1974
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1974 October 7: "Now you finish your old birth  with the fire of Krishna consciousness. Worship Krishna with love. If you love  Krishna, you will worship Him very nicely. And if you get Krishna, then what  more can you want? That is the qualification for Deity worship."Prabhupada Letters :: 1974
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Rupa Madhurya das, TX, USA: Bhajan - Prahladananda Swami - Hare Krishna -  2/5

Prahladananda Swami leading a Hare Krishna bhajan at a home  program.Dallas, TX 2010-07-10Download:  2010-07-10 - 2 - Prahladananda Swami - Hare Krishna.mp3
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H.H. Sivarama Swami: Hari-vallabha dd ask whether devotees in this day  and age can come to the stage of gaining knowledge as was the custom previously,  from within the heart, directly from Krsna

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Gouranga TV: Bhajana in Budapest  2

His Holiness Sivarama Swami Bhajana in Budapest 2
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ISKCON Melbourne,  AU: Daily Class - Kadamba Kanana Swami

Srimad Bhagavatam 11.25.12 - Be natural. Engage the senses  in Krishna's service.
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Japa Group: Glorification Of The Holy Name

To think that glorification of the holy name is  an exaggera­tion or to interpret the glories of the holy name are offenses  against the holy name.
From  Namamrta by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
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Bhajana in Budapest

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