Social experiment: Trying to preach like Radhanath baba

Social experiment: Trying to preach like Radhanath baba

Trying to preach like Radhanath baba, don’t try this at home.

  • Kamadeva Dasa

    LOL. Looks like the comments section is pretty quiet these days. The video says it all.

  • Jean-Luc Delvallée

    A friend of mine was told by a Prabhupada disciple who took shelter in Narayan Maharaja: ‘Don’t go to Laksminath (myself) for Bhakti because he only knows Prabhupada. If you want to know Bhakti, come to me….moblie n°…’ Such a great compliment!…unknowlingly.

  • Vaidyanath

    There is kind of an American Raj going on in India, hundreds of senior American devotees like Giriraja Swami, Radhanatha Swami and ksetra-sannyasi Bhakti Vidya Purna Swami. These devotees obviously lived in India in their past life but there is no reason to crawl back — Krishna wanted them in the West. What happened is that after zonal acarya deviation they could not recruit devotees in the West anymore. So they all came to India and figure it is important to teach the Hindus how to manage? At the same time hundreds of cities in NA/EU which formerly had flourishing Radha Krishna temples are in desperate condition. So GBC should start a recall campaign of removing American devotees from India and via repatriation airlift bring them to their original Prabhu-datta-desa.

  • Jean-Luc Delvallée

    Obvious fall down of the 11 zonal acaryas were less dangerous than the Shahajya and Mayavad deviations going on. True that Srila Prabhupada is giving high sense of discrimination in his books and lectures…sense of emergency also…. absent in baba’s lectures…

  • Vidyanidhi Das

    In General, when dealing with devotees, we should not try to find faults. In Bhagavad-gitä also it is confirmed that the devotee who faithfully serves the Supreme Lord, even if found to commit a gross mistake, should be considered a sädhu, or saintly person. Due to former habits he may commit some wrong, but because he is engaged in the service of the Lord, that wrong should not be taken very seriously. SB 3.16.25

    • Hrvoje Marjanovic

      Wrong should not be taken very seriously, except when senior devotees are not senior devotees because they significantly deviated from the teachings and mood of founder acarya.

      • Vidyanidhi Das

        Sounds like you are now purporting on the purports of Founders-Acarya. I don’t find this exception in the purport, but you are adding your own explanation to his perfect purports.