Every Town & Village Album

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The album “Every Town & Village” was recorded at the 1972 San Francisco Rathayatra and New York temple, and was released in the same year by Golden Avatar Productions.

The title comes from a prediction made by Sri Krishna Chaitanya Mahaprabhu 500 years ago that the Holy Names one day would be chanted in every town and village throughout the world. It has been realized by the grace of the Hare Krishna movement of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, who propagated the Hare Krishna mantra and science of Krishna consciousness all around the world.

01 – Samkirtan, Temple Kirtan, Arati, Samkirtan
MP3 – 19:44, 31.3 MB
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02 – Sankirtan-Jaya Radha Govinda
MP3 – 21:55, 34.7 MB
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One Response to Every Town & Village Album

  1. Wow!! Truely transcendental so nice to hear and I really feel bad what happened altogether with ISKCON post 1977 after Srila Prabhupada’s departure from this material world and no doubt that all the eleven Acharya’s of ISKCON had absurdly involved with which Srila Prabhupada had ever thought of. But i still respect them all since they have assisted Srila Prabhupada selflessly in his presence and he is still present in his books and instructions. May Srila Prabhupada and Krishna shower their mercy upon them since they are dasanudasa and no doubt they all are chanting even to this date. I really enjoy Prabhupada Lila and i daily associate with Srila Prabhupada through Transcendental Videos, Vocal and Books. May ISKCON reach the greatest height of all which Srila Prabhupada has founded for.

    Hare Krishna.

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