Sankirtana Spotlight #6 – Prema Vilasa Dasa

Prema Vilas Dasa is a dedicated sankirtan leader from Mauritius with a sincere desire to distribute at least one of Srila Prabhupada’s books every day. He shares his inspiring realisations regarding the sankirtan mission with us. “For years I had tried hard to share Krishna Consciousness at work but to no avail. All my colleagues are materialists, or so I thought. Around Krishna Janmastami last … Continue reading Sankirtana Spotlight #6 – Prema Vilasa Dasa

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Sankirtana Spotlight #5 – Radhakund Devi Dasi

Radhakund Devi Dasi is one of the key sankirtan leaders within ISKCON Sandton’s book distribution team. She has always loved reading from the time she was a child.  As an adult, the first ISKCON book that she read was titled, “Prabhupada” – a biography of Srila Prabhupada, written by Satsavarupa dasa Goswami.  After reading this book, she immediately started chanting 16 rounds of japa, and … Continue reading Sankirtana Spotlight #5 – Radhakund Devi Dasi

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Sankirtana Spotlight #4 – Satyabhama Dasi

Satyabhama Dasi has been a pillar of book distribution and an emblem of inspiration for book distribution in Mauritius for over three decades. Since she joined ISKCON as a full-time preacher in 1988, her journey of book distribution spontaneously began and has grown unabated throughout the years. Her personal example and determination are legendary in Mauritius. Satyabhama is most comfortable and happy when she is … Continue reading Sankirtana Spotlight #4 – Satyabhama Dasi

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World Gita Day

We recently celebrated “World Gita Day”, an initiative put together by the International BBT to share the glories of the Bhagavad Gita globally. The program comprised of a compilation of Gita Experience programs from 9 different regions across the world. The full program can be accessed via the following links on the World Gita Day Facebook page: Part 1 (Australia, New Zealand, Japan, India): https://fb.watch/2EzhR9D6tR/Continue reading World Gita Day

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