28 sets of Srila Prabhupada’s books arrive at Ekurhuleni Libraries

Dear Devotees

Please accept our humble obeisances, all glories to Srila Prabhupada

By Srila Prabhupada’s wonderful arrangement, this morning, 28 sets of Srila Prabhupada’s books were delivered to the Ekurhuleni Municipal Library Services (that’s 532 books in total). From here the books will be processed catalogued and delivered to the respective libraries. We are eternally grateful to HG Sitala Mataji of ISKCON Lenasia for driving the sponsorships and to all the donors for their support and contribution. It is by their participation that these books are on their way to thousands of readers.

The Manager of the bibliographic services expressed his gratitude for the donation. He mentioned that over the past decade they have seen their yearly budget being reduced, so much so, that its now at 50-60% of what it used to be. They do not have the luxury to buy the books and hence they really valued the donation. When the new Zulu book was shown to him, he was very impressed, he flipped the book over, he saw Srila Prabhupada’s photo and immediately said “Oh I have read one of His books, I didnt finish it because it was too complicated, but maybe now I should try to read it again”. Srila Prabhupada ki Jai. They have indicated that within 4-5 weeks the books will reach their libraries.

Please pray that these books reach their libraries soon without hindrances and that many souls get the opportunity to read Srila Prabhupada’s books.

Praying for your blessings.

Your humble servants

Hemant and Aditi

The BBT Africa Sastra Dana Team

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