Shows some of the amazing favorable television coverage of the Hare Krishna movement in Australia in the 1980's.
An animated video presentation of the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium currently being built by ISKCON In Mayapur, West Bengal, India.
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
The opening of the Kings Cross Sydney Australia Hare Krishna Food For Life Center featuring interviews with the Rev Ted Noffs founder of The Wayside Chapel in Kings Cross and a local politician along with Pratapana, the ISKCON Temple Presid
Prahlada at a record shop in Melbourne signing copies of his new album, Through the Eyes of a Child
National Australian news coverage of Gaura Gopal debating with an Adelaide City Council official on the lifting of the ban on chanting Hare Krishna in Adelaide.
A 1985 Chanel Seven Sydney News Promo featuring a Hare Krishna Sankirtan party.
Adelaide Hare Krishna chanting ban became one of the top news stories on Australian television. This is the coverage Seven National News gave it with the ban was lifted by Adelaide City Council.
National Ten Eyewitness News coverage of the lifting of the ban on chanting Hare Krishna in Adelaide
Various television news clips covering ISKCON's Rathayatra festival in Sydney Australia in mid 1980's. Includes interviews with Bhavananda.
In 1985 ISKCON Melbourne opened 'Gopals Burgers' the first Hare Krishna Fast Food Store. It was only open for a few months but the opening created a huge amount of interest on Australian Television. This is Channel 7's Good Morning Australi
In October of 1985 Channel 10 news in Sydney did a live cross to ISKCON Sydney to cover the morning program and their new Food For Life Prasadam distribution program. In those days Hare Krishnas were in the news no matter what they did. Aus
ISKCON Sydney Food For Life full interview with Rev Ted Noffs, founder of the famous Wayside Chapel in Kings Cross, member of parliament, etc. Includes 'wild vision' filmed by television station.
At the beginning of the 1983 Sydney Rathayatra festival an Indian lady fell in front of Lord Jagannatha's cart and the wheel ran over her head and killed her. This is one of the many television news reports of the sad incident.