Dear Yadunandana Maharadja,
I’m happy to see you have a website so I can have sadhu-sanga as much as I need it. Now I hope you will put some audio on the site with lectures(nectar!) and singing(you can sing very nicely).
I really enjoyed your coming to Rotterdam.
All the luck in your preaching mission!!!
your servant Raimond
My hare Krishna and Sadar Pranam to you. I pray to Lord Krishna to bless you for your religious services. Kindly convey my respects to all who are with you. Thanks
I am krishna from Hyderabad,India extremely happy to see your work, You are doing a great job. what even Indian sadhuji’s are not doing.Spreading the Hinduism sitting in western country.
Supreme god lord Krishna bless your work
PAMHO AGTSP AGTSG.
Amazing clicks Marahaj
It would be really inspiring if you could add tags giving brief idea about the snaps that way we would know more .
I don’t know how I came across your page but I believe its pure arrangement by Lord Krishna
Maharaj can I take this opportunity to invite you to Singapore ..
Your insignificant servant
Dear Yadunandana Swami
I am an Indian and a follower of Hinduism (Although I do not know much about it). I have seen the activities of ISKCON from a distance both in India and abroad. I have read that the activities are based on ‘Bhakti yoga’. I would like to ask some questions regarding ISKCON. The way in which we actually practice Hinduism seems to be different from the activities going on in ISKCON. Most of the Hindus love to be in peaceful environment inside the temple instead of festive environment with songs and dances. More and more young Hindus are coming out of the ritualistic Hinduism and fantasy based Purana’s and are moving towards philosophical Hinduism based on vedas where concept of god collapses to thyself. My question is why ISKCON practices Hinduism in a more exhibitive way? (I mean by singing and dancing and also by conducting poojas and all in very orthodox way.) I would also like to know whether the followers actually do think and practice more philosophical Hinduism in addition to the above mentioned routine activities of ISCKON? I feel to be more comfortable in a very old temple(which is build in harmony to nature) than the modern ISCKON temples with huge and colorful deities. We always feel that we are visiting a shopping mall whenever we visit a ISKCON temple (in INDIA(Bangalore)). These are only some doubts which I want to clear with your help and please do not consider these as any sort of allegations against the organization. Thanks and regards —- Hari.
I have to say that for the last couple of hours i have been hooked by the impressive posts on this website. Keep up the great work.
Thank you very much. Your words of appreciation encourage me to write and post more. I have not been active on my blog during the last year or so. I´ll seriously consider giving priority to it again. Hare Krishna.
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