Black and white footage of 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 impriso
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
Traveling Temple Video Clip produced to promote the program to collect one million signatures in Australia to petition the Russians to free the Hare Krishna devotees they had imprisoned for chanting Hare Krishna.
Televison news coverage of the recording of Traveling Temple and Leaders of the USSR film clips by Gaura Gopala and the Traveling Temple Band. These film clips were used to promote the drive to collect one million signatures on a petition t
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
Television coverage of Australia's Traveling temple being banned from the RSL hall because of wearing dhotis when having a program to free the Hare Krishna devotees imprisoned in the Soviet Union. Woolongong. 1985.
Australia's Traveling temple song which is a plea to the leaders of the Soviet Union to free the Hare Krishna devotees imprisoned in the Soviet Union. Gaura Gopal. 1985.
As a part of the Australian Traveling Temple drive to collect a million signatures on a petition to free the imprisoned Russian Hare Krishna devotees Gaura Gopala and the Traveling Temple Band recorded this song to urge Mikhail Gorbachev to
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.
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
The biggest Australian breakfast television show, 'Good Morning Australia' celebrates the freedom of the Russian Hare Krishna devotees who had be put into psychiatric hospitals and tortured by the Russian communist government.
Television coverage of Australia's Traveling temple releasing 100 pigeons [symbolic doves] to free the Hare Krishna devotees imprisoned in the Soviet Union. 1985.
Very nice documentary produced by Good Morning Australia detailing the Australian Traveling Temple program in 1985 collecting petitions to free the Hare Krishna devotees imprisoned in the Soviet Union.
Television news coverage of Gaura Gopal recording the two songs, 'In Every Town and Village' and 'Leaders of the USSR'.
During the 1980's the Russian government put many religious persons in prison including dozens of Hare Krishna devotees. This video shows a protest by the Australian devotees at the Russian Embassy requesting the president of Russia to free
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
Traveling Temple Visits Woolongong and gets banned from using the RSL hall because they are wearing dhotis.
In the 1980s Russia, under communist rule, punished its citizens who chose to practice religion and they were particularly brutal with Hare Krishna devotees. The Russians locked many Hare Krishna devotees, including children, in prisons and
After the Traveling Temple Program to collect signatures to free the Russian Hare Krishna devotees generated a huge amount of national television coverage on Adelaide City Councils ban on chanting Hare Krishna in the city they were force to
Prahlada and the Krishna Kids, Australian devotees in the 1980's from New Govardhan Farm Gurukula, joined the world-wide protest against the Soviet Union for their mistreatment of the Russian Hare Krishna Devotees. In the 1980s the Soviet
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
Hare Krishnas Drum Up Support for Freedom Campaign. Australia's traveling temple Television coverage.
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.
Good Morning Australia crosses live to ISKCON Sydney temple to cover Bhavananda's visit. Australia's Hare Krishnas have really got something to sing about. Srila Visnupada, their spiritual master throughout the world is in Australia at the
Gaura Gopal sings 'In Every Town and Village', the theme song of the Australian Traveling Temple. 1985.
In wealthy Western countries the Hare Krishnas austere monastic life appears strange and unappealing but some wonder if they're really seeking a better life or hiding from reality. Australian television reporters have been trying to unders
Science of God is a documentary filmed in Melbourne, Australia in 1975 on the visit of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the Founder-Acarya of ISKCON (The International Society for Krishna Consciousness). Shows Srila Pra
When you think of Texas certain stereotypes come to mind: cowboys, the old kind or the new football kind. You think of oil and JR (from the 1980's TV series Dallas ). And probably the last thing you would ever think of would be the Hare Kr
Marc Ellis, a former professional Rugby player, spends 3 days at the Varshana Hare Krishna rural community in West Auckland, New Zealand. He gets shaved up, puts on a dhoti, attends the morning program in the temple, goes out in Auckland ch
This French television news article describes how one famous model in Paris ended up becoming a Hare Krishna devotee.
In the 80s followers of sex-guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh stood out in Australia with their bright orange clothes and unusual names. Combining eastern mysticism and western capitalism, the Bhagwan urged devotees to explore sex as a path to en
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.