Name / Initiated name
Daily number of rounds of Hare Krishna mahamantra.
25, on Ekadasi and Lord's Appearance Days 32
When, where and how did you come into contact with the Hare Krishna Movement?
Summer 2003 joined my Diksha spiritual master's e-course at www.backtohome.com Autumn 2003 participated in Vedic philosophy course in ISKCON Riga, Latvia temple
Name the nearest or most frequently Visited ISKCON temple/ centre and name few of the devotees whom you know.
Nearest to my permanent residence is ISKCON Riga, Latvia, but at present not able to visit often, due to taking care of small child. Lived in ISKCON Riga, Latvia temple brahmacharini ashram from 2004 to 2006, served mainly under Yamuna Mayi Mataji and Bhaktiman Prabhu (RNS) Married 2007 to Ratnabahu Prabhu (IDS). Lived together with my husband in Villa Vrindavana, Florence, Italy from 2009 to 2010, served mainly under Karuna Rasa Mataji (RNS). Hoping to start a small ISKCON farm some time in the future on our rural property in Latvian countryside. At the present moment I am getting most of devotee association and inspiration here on this wonderful ISKCON Desire Tree website, the fulfiller of all spiritual desires!
Please describe yourself so that other like minded devotees can find you.
I am inspired to live simple life on land, hoping to start a small ISKCON farm some time in the future on our rural property in Latvian countryside. I am very attracted by all aspects of Deity worship. I love Srila Prabhupada's books and study them every day. They are a mine of gems of all the Vedic conclusions and all Acaryas' commentaries. I have 3 year old son Madhumangala. I love ISKCON Desire Tree website and the wonderful devotee association here.
What are your expectations from this community?
I would like to be part of devotee community, share whatever little I have and try to serve devotees in whatever way I can.
Describe any specific service you would love to offer to Lord Krishna & His devotees?
I would like to write some articles on Krishna consciousness philosophy and practice.