Australian television program This Week Tonight covers Hare Krishna World , the Hare Krishna New Govardhan Farm in Northern New South Wales, Australia. A bus group of tourists arrives at the farm and has a good time there.
News coverage of devotees with some history of the Adelaide Australia Hare Krishna chanting ban in the 1980s. Also includes coverage of the New Gaudadesh farm which was between Adelaide and Melbourne.
A 1980s television interview on the expansion of the New Govardhan Farm community.
Devotees getting married at New Govardhan covered Australia's National Nine News
Bhavananda travels from India to Australia to perform the Deity installation at New Govardhan, Australia's Hare Krishna farm community.
Long home video covering the Inauguration of the Newcastle Food For Life program including footage of the Cessnock ISKCON Hare Krishna farm.
Documentary film telling the story behind ISKCON's New Vrindavan, a spiritual farm community near Moundsville, West Virginia. Produced by ISKCON Cinema in 1976. Srila Prabhupada's vision for New Vrindavan was to create a spiritual place li
Part 1 of a documentary series on the Founder-Acharya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. This program begins with Srila Prabhupada chanting japa on his tuls
Very interesting television news report by a Los Angeles Television station in 1982 on the children of New Dwarka, the Los Angeles Hare Krishna Temple. It focuses on the students of the Gurukula (Hare Krishna Primary School) that had been e
Children of Krishna is a Sixty Minutes national television special from the early 80's on the gurukul at New Goverdhan, the Australian Hare Krishna farm community. A very favourable documentary covering some controversial points like women'
New Zelander Vicky Overton who became a famous model in Europe then a Hare Krishna tells her story on the Credo television program. Also covers New Zealand's Hare Krishna farm community and the lifestyle the devotees lead there in the 90'
Srila Prabhupada gives a class on Srimad-Bhagavatam First Canto Second Chapter Text 19 at the ISKCON New Vrindavan farm community in 1974. He speaks of the stages and quality of chanting Hare Krishna and the benefits of simple life. We
ABC television produced this program to try and answer the common question What happened to the Hare Krishnas? It is a very well produced national television program. Features Mukunda Goswami, Anniruddha dasa and some old gurukili matajis
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
Prahlada and the Krishna Kids, Australian devotees in the 1980's from New Govardhan Farm Gurukula, joined the world-wide protest against the Soviet Union for their mistreatment of the Russian Hare Krishna Devotees. In the 1980s the Soviet
Good Morning Australia interviews the devotees at the ISKCON New Govardhan Farm about their proposed expansion and the problems getting the local council to approve their plans. This is part of a national public relations program which forc
When the devotees purchased a farm in Australia and tried to develop it as a community of Hare Krishna devotees the local council was completely against the idea and tried to stop it in every way they could. So the Australian Hare Krishnas
Bhavananda visits ISKCON's New Govardhan farm community in Northern New South Wales Australia to perform some marriages of his disciples but he decides to cancel the weddings. This is television news coverage.
Eyewitness news covers Bhavananda's visit to New Govardhan, ISKCON's farm community in Northern New South Wales, Australia.
Fantastic play put on by the Australian New Govardhan ISKCON farm devotees. The appearance of Lord Nrsimhadeva. Features many of the New Govardhan devotees including the gurukul students.
In September of 1986 it was announced to the Australian devotees that their guru, Bhavananda, had fallen down and was no longer a bona fide spiritual master. This is the announcement made by Tamal Krishna Goswami and Bhagavan Goswami at the
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
In Following Srila Prabhupada Part 7 we see Prabhupada's visit Chicago, Illinois where he arrives at the airport greeted by hundreds of ecstatic devotees. Then he proceeds to San Francisco for the 1974 Rathayatra festival. We see Srila Pr