Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Russia "sadness over Gita controversy"


Sri Ravi Sankara says Gita is human rights issue:


India government: make Gita a national book:





Iskcon Times: A senior devotee from Iskcon Bangalore is going to speak on "Banning of Bhagavad Gita" on Janashree channel which will be telecast at 8.30 pm. Please watch and support the cause!


1 comment:

  1. Prabhupada's strategy when having failed to establish a Sankirtan movement in India, to re-start via USA. As soon Indians got aware that Prabhupada's movement is well established in USA, they started to listen and to cooperate.

    By now it is wellknown how present ISKCON mismanaged Europe, USA, South America, Australia, South Africa. Everywhere senior Vaishnavas were kicked out, temples run by paid personnel, privatisation.

    After the fall of communism, ISKCON leaders rushed there as if this is the only place for Vaishnavas to live. And, people in general of Russia were somewhat blindsided of what happened in US and Europe.

    Now there seems a setback effect, past misdeeds are catching up. Russian devotees asking why there are no US, European Vaishnavas at Gaura Purnima in India, why only Indians and Russians?

    Hopefully Russian devotees are waking up - of course they mostly dont speak English - and find out that Prabhupada never authorized false gurus and the splitting of the Sankirtan movement into multiple competing mini missions.


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