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Yasoda nandana dasa

(an early disciple of Srila Prabhupada and the officiating acharya of the Hare Krishna Society)

"Purujit dasa is doing excellent preaching and good work for Srila Prabhupada." 


Hansadutta Dasa
(a dear disciple of Srila Prabhupada
and a life -long trustee of the Bhakjtivedanta Book Trust)-

Srila Prabhupada wanted every disciple to open one temple, so you are already dear to Srila Prabhupada. Keep opening centers as many as possible! 


Mike Gabbard, 

U.S. Congressman 

Mahalo for your support of Tulsi. 

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Dhira Govinda das

(David B.Wolf) 

the founder of Satvatove institute, author of Relationships That Work

My understanding of the issues involved in relation to Srila Prabhupada’s books is enriched and expanded from reading your article[Why Are The Original Books Changed?]. I appreciate your attention to detail and your dedication to authentically represent Srila Prabhupada and his teachings. Your efforts definitely meaningfully add to the important conversation regarding preserving, continuing and expanding Srila Prabhupada’s legacy. As your article indicates, we might expect that as decades and generations go on, additional editions of Bhagavad-gita As It Is, and Srila Prabhupada’s other books, will be available.


 Govinda Dasi,

an original disciple of Srila Prabhupada. It was upon her request devotees in 1968 gave their spiritual master the title "Prabhupada". She was also the first devotee to successfully grow the sacred Tulsi plant in the western countries.

Thank you so much, its the best research on deity worship[Why Don't We Try Deity Worship According to Srila Prabhupada?] that has been done so far!


Jo Ward,

journalist (Gibraltar Insight)

As we take our leave from the B.L.I.S.S. Temple, we are given a gift of sweets and sent on our way with a Namaste farewell, the devotees bowing their heads slightly with the palms of their hands pressed together. Look out for Makhancora Dasa and his fellow Hare Krishnas wandering along Main Street when you are in town.

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Nathan Hartley 
PR Consultant, Writer, Author, Business & Political Advisor, Charity Director

Originally founded in 2009, the Bhaktivedanta Lives in Sound Society (BLISS) made its way to the UK in 2020. Its devotees are young, full of energy and enthusiastic. The group has a particularly good social media presence and is regularly found in South London distributing books. They say they do not want to engage in negativity or be seen to compete with bigger organisations like ISKCON. Their focus is to preach and promote Srila Prabhupada's teachings...