''Mother Ganga'' is a unique documentary about the Ganges river based on ''Our merciful Mother Ganga,'' a book by Jay Vijay Das, filmed on location in April and March of 2003. Mother Ganga portrays a pilgrimage, starting at the Bay of B
It’s surprising how long we can live without food, but without water, survival is impossible, that’s why it’s the most precious of our natural resources. Now though, only 1% of the world reserves are safely drinkable. Yet, we consistently f
The Golden Avatar gives a synopsis of the life and teachings of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, the incarnation of Krishna who popularized the public chanting of the Hare Krishna maha-mantra (sankirtana) five hundred years ago in West Bengal
A documentary on Mother Ganges A unique documentary about the Ganges river based on Our merciful Mother Ganga , a book by Jay Vijay Das, filmed on location in April and March of 2003. The film portrays a pilgrimage, starting at the Bay of
Srila Prabhuapda walks in Calcutta by the Ganges and passes many famous sites from the British Raj Era. Then we see the Victoria Memorial program. Then we see Srila Prabhupada arriving at the airport in New York then his arrival at the tem
Stunning film delves into the reasons why millions of people attend the Kumbha Mela Festival in India -- The world's largest act of Faith. It is because of the Nectar of Immortality which is available at this festival...
Crossing the Ganges by boat, the International Society for Krishna Consciousness is blissfully engaged in relief work, in singing, and in distributing countless plates of hot kitchuri (India's staple food) to the area's impoverished village
Russian devotees chanting Hare Krishna in the streets of a summer beach resort town. This film was produced by the late Russian Krsnadas who drowned in the Ganges at Mayapur at a very young age, not very long after he made this film in 2007