Namaste everyone!!I've recently become very interested in the ISKCON movement. I have been performing very, very simple puja to Shiva in my home for around 3-4 months. I would love to learn how to perform arati; I find it so beautiful. Do the Hare Krishna temples offer classes on how to perform arati or anything like that? Or how or who could I contact about learning?I'm curious as to why Krishna is considered the "Supreme Godhead" in the ISKCON movement? Could someone please find some scriptures illustrating this? Isn't Krishna an avatar of Vishnu?What if I feel more drawn towards Shiva or Kali or Hanuman? I've always thought they were all the same, ultimately; just different aspects of the same whole.What I've been attracted to most in the ISKCON movement is it's abundance and openness and Love. I've visited a few other Hindu temples, but I really love the vibes of the Hare Krishna temples. I love the intense kirtan and the giving of the prasadam.Another small question I have is regarding the japa bead bags. What purpose do these bags serve? I've been wearing my rudraksha beads around my neck and underneath my shirt. The Krishna devotees are the only people I've ever seen using such a bag. Where does one purchase these japa bead bags?Thanks for the guidance!Rama Rama Rama!