The Hare Krishna's purchase and convert Detroit's historic Fisher Mansion into a temple and this film shows the history of how the grandchildren of two of Detroit's most powerful auto magnate families both became Hare Krishna devotees and t
A world tour of the Temples, Farms, Restaurants and preaching activities of the Hare Krishna Movement (ISKCON) in 1981. This is a very interesting film, showing the worldwide preaching activities of ISKCON just a few years after the depar
Italian television sent a reporter to the Villa Vrindavan Hare Krishna community in Italy to investigate the first generation Italian Hare Krishna children. Good coverage of the gurukula (school) as well as a general overview of the Villa V
A short promotional film showcasing the worldwide activities of ISKCON in the early 1980's. Accompanied by a nice Hare Krishna kirtan.
Ecataic realizations of young American Hare Krishna book distributors in 1987. The 1980s was a turbulent decade for the Hare Krishna Movement in America. There was a lot of bad publicity, some caused by overly enthusiastic book distributio
German television decided to do a program on the Hare Krishna devotees in Berlin, Germany in 1973. At that time the Berlin ISKCON temple was a small storefront virtually in the red-light district of Berlin. Very good location in the sense
George Harrison had a long relationship with Srila Prabhupada and his Hare Krishna movement. Very early George became a devotee and used his money for Krisahna by, for example, paying the full cost of printing Srila Prabhupada's, Krsna, The
By the grace of Lord Sri Krishna, His Divine Grace A.C. Swami Bhaktivedanta Prabhuapda was born a pure devotee of Krishna. In 1933 Prabhupada was accepted as a disciple by a bonafide spiritual master and ordered to spread Krishna consciousn
Science of God is a documentary filmed in Melbourne, Australia in 1975 on the visit of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the Founder-Acarya of ISKCON (The International Society for Krishna Consciousness). Shows Srila Pra
Television documentary on the Hare Krishna Food for Life program. Shows Food for Life in Australia and the USA. Very favorable preaching.
Shows some of the amazing favorable television coverage of the Hare Krishna movement in Australia in the 1980's.
When you think of Texas certain stereotypes come to mind: cowboys, the old kind or the new football kind. You think of oil and JR (from the 1980's TV series Dallas ). And probably the last thing you would ever think of would be the Hare Kr
Famous television documentary maker in South Africa has a sister who is a Hare Krishna devotee. With her husband she is doing some very good work opening a school and educating the village children. He makes this television documentary whic
A review of the preaching of ISKCON, the International Society for Krishan Consciousness in Italy in the mid-1980s. Very interesting, shows temples in Milan, Rome, Florence, Naples. Includes full documentary on RKC, Radio Krishna Centrale,
The English television show Credo produced an entire episode of their program in the mid 80's documenting the lives of the devotees who had joined the ISKCON Soho Street Hare Krishna temple. It is a wonderful documentary on the life of th
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
http://www.festivalofindia.org/ Every year in North America Festival of India engages hundreds of young Hare Krishna devotees to put on perhaps the largest regular traveling festival in North America. Festival of India runs all summer long
For many years Manu Prabhu has been organizing the annual ISKCON Hare Krishna Youth bus tour around North America. It is timed to coincide with the ISKCON Ratha Yatha Festivals in the summer. This video shows the energetic Hare Krishna Yout
ITV (ISKCON Television) released Hare Krishna in the Movies in the 90's. Since then there have been many more movies featuring the Hare Krishna devotees. So ITV have now remade the Hare Krishna in the Movies DVD and updated it with all
This is one of the earliest complete and professionally-made full-length films made about life in ISKCON in the early '70s. The filmmaker, William Kerr, went on to make many more iconic films of Srila Prabhupada's visits to Australia that h
Professionally produced video of the morning program at ISKCON Juhu, Mumbai, Hare Krishna Land. Shows Their Lordships Sri Sri Radha Rasabihari
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
Aindra Prabhu and his 24 hour kirtan party perform Hare Krishna Kirtan at ISKCON's Krisna Balaram Mandir in Vrindavan with the pilgrams of Vrindavan for the pleasure of Sri Sri Krishna Balaram and Sri Sri Radha Shyamasundar
This BBC documentary on the life of the Hare Krishna devotees at ISKCON's Soho Street temple in London was produced as part of a series on cults in the UK in the 1980s. It is a very good historical documentation on the lifestyle of ISKCON d
The Hare Krishna chant. As you walk the streets of some of America's larger cities you will occasionally come upon a group of people garbed in apparel which makes you think of India. The heads of the men will be shaven with just one streame
Ecstatic footage of Srila Prabhupada and his disciples preaching Krishna consciousness in New York City during October and November of 1966. This is the beginning of the Hare Krishna Movement in the USA
Ramai Swami's Australian Hare Krishna Band Live in 1992 performing at Gaura Purnima Festival at ISKCON North Sydney Temple.
Mike Willesse, an Australian daily television news program host, was very much against ISKCON in Sydney and he was constantly airing negative pieces on the devotees collecting for the Kings Cross Food for Life program. This is one of them.
A rather irreverent presentation of the 'old days' in ISKCON with enthusiastic devotees transforming into old blooped ISKCON devotees. Making fun of the mood of pure devotional service that permeated ISKCON when Srila Prabhupada was persona