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Let us meet and hear from one of the rare gems of Srila Prabhupada’s army who marched fearlessly with him to establish Krishna consciousness in Every Town and Village.
 

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About Vegavan das
Born 1947
Joined ISKCON in Mumbai in Jan/Feb 1971 and got initiated and married to Padmavati dd in March same year during the first Hare Krishna Festival in Cross Maidan, Mumbai
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Traveled with Srila Prabhupada as his personal assistant on his tour to Malaysia and Sydney Austr

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DiuHWfY.jpg?profile=RESIZE_584x Let us meet and hear from one of the silent warriors of Srila Prabhupada’s army who marched fearlessly with him to spread Krishna consciousness in Every Town and Village.

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About Kurma Das
Born in London, England in 1952, Kurma Dasa immigrated to Australia with his parents when he was 12 years old.
Kurma Dasa became an initiated disciple of His Divine Grace A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada on 10 May 1971 in Sydney.
He started his cooking career in the ISKCON Sy

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The Global Devotee Care Directorate is happy to share the inauguration of a weekly Devotee Care webinar series called ‘Vaishnava Seva’ – an effort to emphasize a culture of devotee care in ISKCON temples and communities.

We will be moderating conversations with senior ISKCON leaders, administrators, and caregivers etc.

We will interview HH Jayapataka Swami who is an ISKCON GBC and Co-Minister of the Congregational Development Ministry on the “Importance of Devotee Care for Preachers involved in

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Interview with Dr. Kenneth Valpey (Krishna Kshetra Swami) March 8, 2020, in Mumbai

(soon to be published, in Hindi translation, in Dainik Jagran)

Interviwer (Mr. Kalakantha Das) – I have with me Dr. Kenneth Valpey, also known as Krishna Kshetra Swami. He is a scholar from Oxford University in the U.K., a Research Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies and a Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics.He has written a few books related to Hindu traditions, and his latest book, published

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Mantra Chaitanya das, 33, on how spirituality has changed his attitude towards money.
Interview by The Guardian.
Name: Mantra Chaitanya das
Age: 35
Income: £12-£15,000
Occupation: Gardener, teacher and voluntary university chaplain, Canterbury

I became interested in the Hare Krishna movement following the death of my brother 10 years ago. He worked as a DJ and was materially successful but within a couple of years of being diagnosed with cancer, he lived on a boat with few possessions. He turne

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