The beautiful story of Krishna lifting Govardhan Hill. Krishna convinces his father, Maharaja Nanda, to worship Govardhan Hill instead of offering the traditional annual sacrifice to Lord Indra. Indra gets very upset when he sees the reside
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.
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
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 travels from India to Australia to perform the Deity installation at New Govardhan, Australia's Hare Krishna farm community.
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.
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
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
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.
Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead appearing as a child in Vrindavan logically convinces his father, King Nanda and His fellow villagers of Vrindavan to appreciate the blessings of Govardhan hill rather than that of arrogant Indra,