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Name / Initiated name
Akhila Dasa
Daily number of rounds of Hare Krishna mahamantra.
16
When, where and how did you come into contact with the Hare Krishna Movement?
Hamburg, Germany. 1970. A friend took me to the temple, the entrance was in a backyard. Some stairs up, Smita Krishna Swami greeted us. Soon I had the feeling that I should stay, but my mind dragged me out again.Till today I remember what a devotee( Chakravarty Prabhu, nohusband of Dina Sharana Mataji, then Brahmachari) told me, the basic philosophy ( "nothing belongs to us, we did not make the stones, wood or glas...Krishna is like the gold mine, we are like small grains of gold. Showed me a picture of Draupadi whom Krishna gave unlimited sari- cloth (cloth is in German " "Stoff", which also means drugs, we had long hair. Bought a black-and white BTG in German
Name the nearest or most frequently Visited ISKCON temple/ centre and name few of the devotees whom you know.
Simhachalam, Prahlad Nrisimha`s farm in Bavaria, South Germany. Our son is Gour Mohan, he is the TP. HH Krishna Ksetra Swami was my shiksha guru on the altar.
Please describe yourself so that other like minded devotees can find you.
old , fat, bald, glasses. We are only 20 devotees
What are your expectations from this community?
to allow me to serve
Describe any specific service you would love to offer to Lord Krishna & His devotees?
go out and collect by selling prasadam ( formerly paraphernalia) . But I can go out only sometimes

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