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sumit hotchandani
  • Male
  • Pune, Maharashtra
  • India

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  • Govinda Koltur
  • Prokash Sikder
  • Chiranjiv Goel
  • Mani
  • Ravi Chandran
  • Hari Govind Das
  • Mahek Maheshwari

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Name / Initiated name
sumit hotchandani
Daily number of rounds of Hare Krishna mahamantra.
When, where and how did you come into contact with the Hare Krishna Movement?
1st time(june 2012) my friend take me to Iskcon pune temple and introduce me to prabhuji.
Name the nearest or most frequently Visited ISKCON temple/ centre and name few of the devotees whom you know.
Please describe yourself so that other like minded devotees can find you.
servant of servant of servant of you all.
What are your expectations from this community?
try to be krishna consciousness when i am not in temple.

Sumit hotchandani's Blog

Those who make pleasure the purpose of their life make their life purposeles​s.

Posted on May 26, 2014 at 1:18pm 0 Comments


We are all innately pleasure-seeking.

Gita wisdom explains that we being souls, eternal parts of Krishna, can find the supreme pleasure by serving him with loving devotion. For those who don’t have such devotion and primarily seek worldly pleasures, the Gita recommends scriptural sacrifices that help them attain those pleasures. More importantly, such sacrifices instill an ethos of selflessness and infuse an awareness of the divine. This gradually paves the way for the awakening…


Love means to Give.

Posted on May 24, 2014 at 1:14pm 0 Comments



The essential need within every living being is to seek pleasure. What do people do for pleasure? Now, different types of living entities have different standards of pleasure and they work in different ways to achieve them. For a little ant, the pleasure is a grain of sugar.

For a moth, its pleasure is light. And we’ve seen what they’ll do to attain that grain of sugar, how hard they will work to achieve that light, even taking the risk of their lives. For some people,…


Facility in Human form

Posted on April 14, 2014 at 11:31am 0 Comments



Srimad Bhagavatam explains three features of the Absolute truth Brahman, Parmatma and Bhagavan. Brahman is the all-pervading, apparently impersonal light that pervades everything, the apparently formless manifestation of the absolute truth. Paramatma is the Lord who is present everywhere and seated in the heart of every living being, as the witness and the ultimate guide. And Bhagavan is the supreme personality of Godhead who has an eternal form which is full of bliss and…



Posted on March 28, 2014 at 1:59pm 1 Comment

Primarily, religion means to know God and to love Him. That is religion. Nowadays, because of a lack of training, nobody knows God, what to speak of loving Him. People are satisfied simply going to church and praying, "O God, give us our daily bread." In the Srimad-Bhagavatam this is called a cheating religion, because the aim is not to know and love God but to gain some personal profit. . . . The title "Hindu," "Muslim," or "Christian" is simply a rubber stamp. None of them…

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At 3:51pm on March 26, 2014,
Ram Charan Das

Hare Krishna dandvats, Prabhuji. Please accept my humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada. I do hereby wish you all the best in Krishna consciousness, Gauranga, Radhe Radhe, Hari Bol! Hare Krishna.


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