Bhakti Caitanya Swami’s car prayer bazaarHanuman das
African ISKCON priests are ready to pray for your car. If you pay, of course.
ISKCON Lenasia published interesting post few days ago.
As you can see, ISKCON full-time priests are ready to pray for your car. But you have to pay 300. 300 of something. This is probably 300 South African Rands. That is about US 20 dollars.
However, back luck guys, ingredients for the car puja are not included. You will also have to purchase ingredients. But, you love your car right, so you have to be ready to sacrifice for your car. Because, by pleasing your car, you will please Krishna. 😀 😀 😀
And, after you die, you will go to car-loka, the only planet in the universe where there is no car crashes and cars never go rusty. 😀 😀
Of course, for retarded members of ISKCON Lenasia, they don’t see any problem with car puja. Members of this temple are probably retarded Hindus who are not yet sure if Krishna is God or Siva is God.
Let’s look at their complaints in the comments:
In order words, they are not complaining that car puja is nonsense. They are not complaining that Srila Prabhupada never told his followers to worship cars or to pray for cars. Their actual complaint is that car prayer or car puja is not free. 😀 😀 😀
At this moment, my only question is who is GBC for South Africa? It is our old friend Bhakti Caitanya Swami. If that had real follower of Srila Prabhupada as the GBC for South Africa, they wouldn’t dare to advertise car puja nonsense. But since their GBC is nonsense, then the nonsense will naturally increase. GBC is the same guy who introduced “drown Deity in flowers deviation”, which we wrote about 6 months ago:
If you are still confused with car prayers, let me share some of the explanations of our wonderful meat eating brothers from Christianity. They have been practicing retarded, well-organized fake religion for thousands of years. Their female gurus are really awesome:
If you will excuse me, I will not write conclusion this time, I have to go to my garage to pray for my car, following in the footsteps of “pure devotees” of ISKCON, and I hope Carisvara will be pleased with my devotion.