Television documentary on the Hare Krishna Food for Life program. Shows Food for Life in Australia and the USA. Very favorable preaching.
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
Created by Big animation and The India Heritage Foundation ( promoted by ISKCON Bangalore) now also aired in NICK Channel
ABC television produced this program to try and answer the common question What happened to the Hare Krishnas? It is a very well produced national television program. Features Mukunda Goswami, Anniruddha dasa and some old gurukili matajis
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.
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.
An Australian television interview with Prahlada about the release of the second single from his album (Through the Eyes of a Child), We Want to See the 21st Century.
For many years Mike Willesee, the host of a national nightly Australian news show, was waging a war against the Hare Krishna's who were collecting for Food For Life in Sydney. On this show he interviews the Temple President, Chita Hari.
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
1983 television interview with Cita Hari, the Sydney Temple President, and his wife. Very interesting to see the mood in ISKCON at that time.
In the 1980s the Hare Krishna movement was so prominent and newsworthy that Television stations were announcing the Gaura Purnima Festival.
Interview with the Sydney ISKCON temple president in mid 1980s on the Kings Cross Food for Life program. Very favorable.
Even the television test patterns in Australia in the 1980s were accompanied with the chanting of the Hare Krishna mantra. In those days TV was not broadcast 24 hours a day, so when there was no program they would broadcast a test pattern,
Australian Traveling Temple Kirtan party banned from chanting Hare Krishna in North Queensland 1985.
Hiders and Seekers follows the Australian ISKCON devotee Bhaktine Kim and her quest to find a spiritual master. It gives a history of the Hare Krishna movement and Srila Prabhupada's mission and follows Kim to Vrindavan, India to meet her p
The ecstatic arrival of Srila Prabhupada in Sydney, Australia for the first time. Shows the first Hare Krishna temple in Australia. Even though the devotees are not ready Srila Prabhupada installs the beautiful Deities, Sri Sri Radha Gopina
Part 2 of a documentary series on the Founder-Acharya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. This program includes an interview with Srila Prabhupada in a telev
Shows some of the amazing favorable television coverage of the Hare Krishna movement in Australia in the 1980's.
In 1966 Srila Prabhuapda, the Founder-Acarya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) rented a storefront at 26 2nd. Ave, New York City, NY. Within weeks the news of this new Hare Krishna Temple and the Swami in the L
Benediction Moon is a documentary produced by ITV (ISKCON Television) on the birthplace of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Sridham Mayapur which is located in West Bengal, India.
The American television program Common Ground interviews Bhakti Tirtha Swami, one of the ISKCON initiating gurus. BTS was in a black body and very educated at Princeton University. He was a very colorful character as you will see from t
An amazing television news documentary film of Srila Prabhupada's first visit to Sydney, Australia in 1971. It shows the first ISKCON temple in the Sydney suburb of Paddington. The film features Srila Prabhupada performing the installation
A truly amazing film documenting Srila Prabhupada's arrival in Melbourne in 1974. Although there was one devotee cameraman there at the airport to film the arrival, there were also many televison news cameramen. So this film is a combinatio