Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days is an independent documentary film that chronicles six Americans with diabetes who switch to a diet consisting entirely of vegan, organic, uncooked food in order to reverse disease without pharmaceutical medication.
The passing away of Radhika Raman Das Brahmacari, a true Vaishnava, disciple of Bhakti Bringha Govinda Swami. On March 28, 2011 he left his body in the sacred Yamuna river in Vrindavan. A video taken by Shyam Gopal das and Vijay Radhika dasi.
Speaking in a short film, the Archbishop of Canterbury talks about the sense of hopefulness and generosity which lie at the heart of marriage, and what this also tells us about the ‘mystery’ and ‘delight’ which can be found in this life-time commitment. Dr Williams, who will be conducting the marriage ceremony at Westminster Abbey on Friday 29th, also describes the sense of privilege he feels about his own role in the royal wedding.
A new documentary with a primary aim to demystify the Asian religions (including Krishna-consciousness); the misconceptions and stereotypes that many Americans have about them, and to show the deep historical roots of the Asian religions in America.
With the recent deadly riots stemming from the burning of a Quran in Florida, religious and cultural tension is growing in America and around the world. 'FUNATICAL' breaks stereotypes and bridges gaps between people of diverse backgrounds and religions by promoting unity through laughter. Comedians poke fun of culture, race, politics, religion and current events, which they lampoon with humor and satire. The shows are produced by an interfaith team who uses comedy as an equalizer to counter prejudices in a humorous way. Presently, they are touring in Washington, D.C.
Every year the Hare Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, Utah, USA puts on the biggest Holi celebration in the Western Hemisphere. In 2011 the Spanish Fork Police department estimated that over 40,000 people attended in the first day alone of the two-day festival, starting on the 27th of March.
“I don’t think I’ll be getting a medal from the Church,” Father Bob admitted. But he said he was happy to play the fool, if it meant that he got the message of Christ into the community. “Like all parables the drive-through was designed to raise awareness of sin and forgiveness especially during Lent,” he said.