My sharing of the remarkable story of Sri Krishna Lifting Govardhan Hill. Part of this annual celebration is that a mountain of eatables are prepared and offered, and everyone partakes of a sumptuous feast. My offering is imperfect, but I pray that you may enjoy it since there are many valuable teachings found in this Krishna-Lila. https://www.facebook.com/newvrindaban108/videos/432615881717759
Author: Mahabharata Project
In Like a Needle: Finding Your Path
The Late Morning Program with Namarasa Podcast – interview with Andy Fraenkel (Sankirtana Das). I talk about my spiritual journey, the dynamics of a good marriage, my devotional theater experience, establishing varnashrama culture, New Vrindaban, and the importance of finding our own needle.
CORRECTIONS: 49:20 –Not 100 Gitas – I only distributed 100 BTGs – SORRY – my dyslexia is showing. . . . . . 1:01:00 Forgot to mention that Dave Everitt performed wonderfully as Bharata Natyam dancer in two scenes. AND Manuel Roberto supplied fantastic live music throughout. . . . . . . 1:04:00 Was trying to think of Sri Chinmoy. . . . . . . . 1:41:00 Attached! . . . . . 1:54:00 And we also learn from our mistakes.
Mahabharata: Discussion and Dramatic Storytelling
Entertaining, Educational, Thought Provoking Hour Session
Topic: THE MAHABHARATA AND ITS RELEVANCE TODAY
Watch at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFtELLSTrJI&t=103s
Over the years I’ve hosted numerous college groups visiting New Vrindaban Community. I just found out about this short video below that one student group, Professor Greg Emery‘s class, created after their two day stay in 2007. Now I’m also doing programs on zoom for college groups.
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Is The Mahabharata Relevant Today?
Interview about my award-winning book Mahabhareata: The Eternal Quest with Professor Fici at — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBccYXmtCUQ&fbclid=IwAR3qqUiUgF5bzlLkrG8YbfEeYmS_wb0jE_PuN_2AQnOQm5xtlvtQx53Ravk
Mahabharata And Leadership: Check Out My two latest sessions
Below are my two sessions for Namaste 2020 which were shown live on August 30th. The first, Word Power is a panel discussion I participated in. The second is my Katha session on Mahabharata and Leadership. I hope you enjoy them.