Happy New Year of Service to the Vaishnavas!


We have now entered 2017 and with it, the Millenium of Sri Ramanujacarya. I wish all the Vaishnavas who will be directly celebrating the 1,000th anniversary of the birth a wonderful year, and I wish that his name is broadcast far and wide. May the glories of Ramanujacarya be communicated in 108 languages, by 1,008 great teachers, all over the world.

This morning I received this link and I would urge my readers to have a look and see if inspiration comes to you.

Meanwhile, our efforts to make known the great legacy of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada continue past the 50th year celebrations with the new film on his life. The movie is the devoted work of Yadubara Das and his wife Visakha Dasi. It was always going to be quite a monumental undertaking to produce a full-length documentary of this type. But they did it, and now the cinema distribution is the task in hand.

Let’s all make a small contribution to the cost of this (a generous sponsor will double your donation) and this beautiful film will come to a cinema near you soon this year.

Just click here for information.

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One response to “Happy New Year of Service to the Vaishnavas!

  1. Ananda Maya dd

    Happy New Year prabhu and inspirational news re Sri Ramanujacarya, it hasn’t been widely promoted and this is the first I’ve heard of it from yourself. So thanks for that. I was fortunate enough to receive a copy of the documentary for a Christmas present from my family and it is truly recommended. Just seeing our humble beginnings and the total enthusiasm devotees had by the grace of Srila Prabhupada is amazing and works well alongside other earlier documentary materials to bring me back almost four decades to something familiar in terms of society rather than institution. I agree we should all try to support a wider audience seeing this. As a preaching venture, pure social interest or ethnographic evidence for social /religious scientific research, it is an extremely valuable contribution to the archives. Thank you for highlighting it. ys

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