Archive for the ‘2’

The Long Awaited Sacred Sounds At Rutgers University 11/11/10

View the Website for Sacred Sounds Event Here

Radhanath Swami in Washington DC this Saturday November 6th

His Holiness Radhanath Swami will be having a Book Reading at the Busy Boys and Poets book store this Saturday, November 6th at 6PM. He will be reading excerpts from his memoir- The Journey Home. It is a Free event and books will be available for purchase in the book store for signing. 2021 14th […]

Support our dear Friend

Hey Everybody! Here is a great opportunity to support our dear friend Sharon Gannon. She has just produced an amazing CD. I just Purchased it and listening it to it right now. In connection to the selling and promotion of her music, she is supporting the beautiful cause of Animal Rights. The goal is to […]

40th Anniversary Celebrations in London

Just off the busiest street in all of Europe, is a small temple, that has existed since 1969. Inside are the most beautiful deities of Radha Londonisvara (meaning Krishna, the Lord of London) and a family of wonderful devotees that has grown from four in 1969, to hundreds in 2009! stopped through London on our way to South […]

As Kindred Spirits and The Mayapuris on Middlesex University Radio!

On the last day of our short time in London, we were invited by Yeohan Kim, (aka DJ Yeo) a kirtan fan and show host on Middlesex University Radio to come and share something live on air. Middlesex University just happens to be where I spent the past three years studying, before putting down my […]

Mantralogy Tour 2009: Monsoon Rain and the Holy Name – Kirtan in Mumbai – Week Two

It was my first time in India during the monsoon season. The rain would normally start at about 6.30 every morning. With barely a minute’s drizzle, it would suddenly be coming down in an almighty torrential downpour, hammering down on the temporary tin rooftops that cover the open air courtyards and rising to ankle deep […]

Mantralogy Tour 2009: The Journey Home – Kirtan in Mumbai – Week One

We arrived in India to masked faces – Mumbai was in the grip of a swine flu scare! After an endless medical screening process, involving trips back and forth between counters at opposite ends of a huge hall (welcome to India!), we traipsed out of the airport, bleary eyed, only to be garlanded with strings […]