Imagine a magical setting where you can immerse yourself, without any distractions, in Krishna’s presence. The idyllic, tranquil countryside of the Ardennes, away from the noisy and fast-paced city, is Radhadesh, the ideal place to unwind and connect with nature, yourself, and Krishna through the holy names.
Radhe Gendron: “I Just Want to Keep Painting Krishna” Radhe Gendron. To see Radhe’s portfolio and purchase her art prints, children’s books, puzzles and mugs, fridge magnets, t-shirts and lunchboxes featuring her art, visit https://www.radhegendron.com/. ‘I like illustrating the simple moments of exchanged love between the Lord and his devotees, friends, or family’ Srila Prabhupada called Krishna conscious art “Windows to the Spiritual World.” Every once in a while, an artist comes along who is truly blessed with the ability to open those windows for us. One of today’s most exciting spiritual artists, Radhe Gendron, [...]
AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada and kirtan Author: Anupama dd, MA Teacher of Bhakti Sastri online Although faced with many hardships, Bhaktivedanta began giving Bhagavad-gītā classes in Bowery lofts and leading kirtan (devotional chanting) in Tompkins Square Park. His sincerity attracted the attention of young seekers, eager to learn more about meditation and Eastern spirituality. With their help, Bhaktivedanta rented a small storefront in New York’s Lower East Side and continued giving daily classes and leading kirtan. On October 9, 1966, Srila Prabhupada and his followers sat beneath an elm tree in Thompkins [...]
The purpose of the Kirtan Course Interview with: Krishna Kshetra Swami, PhD Dean of Studies at Bhaktivedanta College Krishna Kshetra Swami's personal blog: https://www.kennethvalpey.com/ So the Kirtan Course is a beginning attempt for Krishna devotees in the West to get some systematic training in this very nice tradition. What is the purpose of the new Kirtan Course at Radhadesh and what is it`s significance for devotees? Krishna Kshetra Swami: Kirtan is our most essential activity. We have sravanam – hearing and kirtanam – chanting or glorifying the Lord. This is the movement of Sri Caitanya [...]