- 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
Yearly Archives: 2006
Bhagavatam says Krishna is the cause and the effect, the Absolute Truth. Illogical, beyond logic. Only if Krishna reveals Himself, then you can become Krishna conscious. You cannot be Krishna conscious by your own endeavor, by your own surrender or … more
Dear Hansadutta, Please accept my humble obeisances all glories to Srila Prabhupada. That picture currently on your front page is one of the best pictures ever, do you know if it is within the vedabase?
The whole premise of modern civilization, based on the idea of advancement of education, technology, industry and economics is dismissed by us (VAISHNAVAS) as ERRONEOUS and therefore IRRELEVANT for the well being of this planet earth with its 4 to … more
Value a Sound! A faithless person scoffs at the idea of chanting the Holy Name. Such persons say, “Any sound repeated long enough will produce a hypnotic effect.” But we contend that each sound, just as any other element in … more
You are what your deep driving desire is. As your desire is, so is your will. As your will is, so is your deed. As your deed is, so is your destiny. (Brihadnarayana Upanishad) As long as we are colored … more
What gold is to minerals, milk is to food. LAND, COW, MAN and GOD. Simple living, high thinking (LAND, COW, MAN, GOD).
The aim of life is to love Krishna. It is not necessary to know how Krishna is God. Just like the child loves mother and father. The child has no knowledge of what is or how it is that the … more
Hansadutta: I’m 65 now. How old are you? Das: Coming on 50. Hansadutta: So I’ve got 15 years on you. Getting older is so awkward. How do you like getting older?
Related article: Sri Nityananda Charitamrita – Chapter One: The Birth and Childhood Activities of Lord Nityananda Just like children play cops and robbers or cowboys and Indians when they are small, imitating the activities of the grownups, similarly, this play … more