In the name of God is a television program produced by WTCC Chanel 17 in Atlanta, Georgia. It was broadcast nation-wide in the United States in May of 1979. It features ISKCON devotees Balavanta Prabhu and Hriydananda Goswami debating with
The son of a newspaper editor joins the Hare Krishna movement in 1978. At the time there was huge propaganda against the Hare Krishna movement, claiming it was brainwashing, and parents of devotees had started hiring deprogrammers who wou
A fairly in-depth TV documentary profile of the New Vrindavan Hare Krishna Rural project in West Virginia. New Vrindavan devotees explain how they became Hare Krishnas and they talk about Kirtananada, Srila Bhaktipada , then Kirtanananda g
This video shows a press conference with Kulapriya, a female devotee who was kidnapped by deprogrammers. During the 1970s many Hare Krishna devotees, particularly in the United States were kidnapped from the ISKCON temples by deprogrammers
A documentary on the deprogramming of Hare Krishna devotees by people like Ted Patrick. It contains a lot of clips from the Lou Grant show on the subject and also clips from television news.
Mukunda Goswami, the Public Relations person for the Hare Krishna Movement, holds a press conference on the issue of deprogrammers kidnapping ISKCON devotees.
A television series, Wild Travels visits ISKCON's New Vrindavan Farm community and produces a very interesting short documentary in 2018. They meet Vrindavan das in the temple who shows them around. Then they go on to Prabhupada's Palace