- Early Days with Prabhupada Part 5
- Early Days with Prabhupada Part 4
- Early Days with Prabhupada Part 3
- Early Days with Prabhupada Part 2
- German devotees remember Hansadutta
- The Next Wave – Part 2
- The Next Wave – Part 1
- Early Days with Prabhupada
- In memory of Hansadutta das (1941-2020)
- Announcing the passing of Hansadutta das
Monthly Archives: January 2010
I can tell everyone’s fortune, even my own…. There is BIRTH and DEATH, in between there is OLD AGE and DISEASE, and baked into this sweet cake of life (KUCHEN) are three other ingredients, adhyatmika, adhidaivika, adhibhautika*. The cake of … more
We, as human beings, are living at the mercy of nature. The sunlight, the water, the fruits, the vegetables — everything that we require to sustain our life from day to day is provided by nature. But nature is not … more
The playing field has just been leveled for Haitians. Nature has turned the page — how will Haitians write their destiny? Amidst the rubble and rotting corpses, Haitians walk in procession, singing hymns, prayers to God. Those who had nothing … more
You were born to die.
Any man, try if you can Get out of ignorance of being some man Because at death you’ll be a dead man! Not even fit for the trash can!
Gadadhara das explains why devotees wear tilaka, or the clay marking on their bodies, and Damodar das demonstrates how to wear it. Visit http://www.youtube.com/allkrsna for more!
Hansadutta demonstrates how to make fresh cheese (paneer) Milk is nothing but the blood of the cow transformed. A gallon of milk makes 1-1/2 pounds of curd, equivalent to 1-1/2 pounds of meat. Curd is the civilized way for human … more
Hansadutta demonstrates his World Famous Potato Pancakes! Ingredients red potatoes, grated (allot one large or two small potatoes per serving) 2 tablespoons ghee sea salt (optional: sea salt mixed with black salt)
Hansadutta demonstrates cooking eggplant, tomatoes and curd (fresh cheese). Part I Part II Ingredients 2 eggplants 10 small zucchinis (or 2 lbs) 8 small tomatoes a handful of ginger (fresh) 4 heaping teaspoons of whole cumin seed 3 heaping teaspoons … more