Category Archives: Hansadutta das
Hansadutta das (né Hans Jürgen Kary) has passed and leaves behind his sister Heidi Marie, his former wife Lakshmi Kary-Rana and their three children. Hansadutta was one of the earliest and leading disciples of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami … more
Back in 1978 Hansadutta composed the lyrics to “The Holy Name” as a poem offering to Srila Prabhupada for Vyasapuja, the occasion of the anniversary of the spiritual master’s appearance. He later sang it on his LP cover “Nothing to … more
In his final hours, Srila Prabhupada called for Hansadutta to sing kirtan by his bedside. Hansadutta sang for hours straight, sometimes accompanied by others in the room.
We’ve just added to the collection: classic kirtans from record albums produced in the early days of the movement, including those produced by Hansadutta in Germany. Listen to streaming music or download the single kirtans or download entire albums, as … more
Click on images for larger view Download Album (ZIP/18.9 MB) Here’s a 7-in record Hansadutta and the German Yatra devotees produced around the same time as the other Hare Krishna Festival records in the 1970’s. This record features the lovely … more
The German Yatra produced several covers all of the same title: “Hare Krsna Festival”. Although each has a different album jacket, some of the recordings may be duplicates. You can find these listed up at Vaishnava Gemeinde – Forum Deutscher … more
Click on images for larger view Download Album (RAR/144.4 MB) A double LP, produced by Hansadutta & the German Yatra, sometime around 1974. Vocals by Hansadutta. The devotees regularly traveled on sankirtan, distributing Back to Godhead magazines and Prabhupada’s books, … more
Click on images for larger view Download Album (RAR/30 MB) Produced by Hansadutta & the German Yatra, circa 1974. There were a number of record albums produced under the title “Hare Krishna Festival”, all by the German devotees around this … more
Hansadutta singing, recorded at the ISKCON Berkeley temple on Stuart Street, off Telegraph Avenue, some time around 1979-1980. These songs are from the collection “Songs of the Acharyas”.