Prahlada and the Krishna Kids speaking on the plight of the Hare Krishnas imprisoned in the Soviet Union on the Sydney Australia Chanel Ten program Off the Dish
A group of Hare Krishna gurukul students decide to do something to change the world. And they were very successful. A group of Australian Hare Krishna gurukul students lead by the singer Prahlada make a plea to the leader of Russia which wa
Prahlada and his young Hare Krishna friends decide to do something about the persecution of Hare Krishna devotees in communist Russia under president Mikhail Gorbachev. They wrote and performed a song, Please Mr. Gorbachev, Let Our Friends
Prahlada and Gaura Gopal interviewed on the Brisbane Australia Seven Network television program: Living about the plight of the Russian Hare Krishna devotees who had been put in prison and psychiatric hospitals simply for practicing their
Prahlada and the Krishna Kids declare in their popular 1985 film clip for their song 'Message for Tomorrow'. They declare that they are the Krishna kids and that they have a message for tomorrow. Very nice song and film clip.
Prahlada interviewed by State Affair in Brisbane, Australia in 1985.
Video clip produced by the EMI record company in Australia to promote the release of the song We All Want to See the Start of the 21st Century by Prahlada and the Krishna Kids
Video showing Prahlada and the Krishna Kids recording songs for their album at the Springbrook recording studio
In the recording studio with Prahlada and the Krishna Kids recording We are the Krishna Kids.
In his effort to get the Russian Hare Krishna devotees freed from prisons and mental hospitals Prahlada, after the success of his song aimed at Mikhail Gorbachev, the President of Russia, produced this song aimed at Ronald Regan, the Presid
Prahlada and the Krishna Kids appear on Australian National Television singing Please Mr. Gorbachev Let Our Friends be Free and explaining the plight of the Russian devotees imprisoned for practicing their religion.
A nicely produced documentary covering the campaign of Prahlad and the Krishna Kids which ultimately led to the Communist Russian government freeing the Hare Krishna devotees they had imprisoned in mental hospitals. Produced by Majestic Fil
Television interview of Prahlada presenting a letter to the Russian Embassy to be delivered to Mikhail Gorbachev asking the Russians to free the Hare Krishna devotees they had imprisoned and in psychiatric hospitals.
The Australian Traveling Temple Hare Krishna bus with Prahlada presenting a letter to the Russian Embassy to be delivered to Mikhail Gorbachev asking the Russians to free the Hare Krishna devotees they had imprisoned and in psychiatric hosp
Mike Willesee Show, a national Australian News Show, covers Prahala and his song requesting the Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev to Please Let Our Friends Go Free.
National breakfast television program Good Morning Australia covers the Hare Krishna Traveling Temple program to collect a million signatures on a petition to free the Russian Hare Krishna devotees who had been imprisoned for following thei
Film clip of Prahlada performing his song Please Mr. Gorbachev Let our Friends Free
The painful story of how the early Hare Krishna Devotees were treated because of their attempts to spread Krishna consciousness in the then communist Russia. This is a play performed by the disciples of Radhanatha Swami at ISKCON Chowpati.
Niranjana Swami and other devotees on the development of the Hare Krishna movement in the communist countries. Ukraine.
Shows some of the amazing favorable television coverage of the Hare Krishna movement in Australia in the 1980's.
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'
And amazing collection of television coverage of the Hare Krishna movement in Australia in 1985. Includes news coverage of the Hare Krishna's being confused with the Orange People. Hare Krishna Food For Life feeding the homeless in Kings Cr
This is an amazing video showing the outstandingly positive television coverage of the Hare Krishna movement in Australia during 1985. It is well worth watching to see what is possible.
For many years the Adelaide City Council banned the chanting of Hare Krishna in the city. When the Traveling Temple visited Adelaide to collect signitures for the petition to free the Russian Hare Krishna devotees the Adelaide Hare Krishna
As a result of the massive nation-wide attention brought on the Adelaide City Council by the Hare Krishna Traveling Temple the ban on chanting Hare Krishna in Adelaide that had been in place for many years was lifted.
The Hare Krishna devotees open a Food For Life storefront in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Australia in 1991