This is Part Three of a series of interviews from BhakTV of Kuladri Das, a senior disciple and occasional servant of ISKCON founder-acharya Srila Prabhupada. The pastimes he recalls occurred between 1974 and 1977 in Vrindavan, India, and New Vrindavan in the United States.
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This is a series of Interviews from BhakTV of Kuladri Das, a senior disciple and occasional servant of ISKCON Founder-acharya Srila Prabhupada. The pastimes he recalls occurred between 1974 and 1977 in Vrindavan, India, and in New Vrindavan in the United States.
Part Two regroups four stories -
1) "But You're Building a Palace for Me", Prabhupada's reaction to his disciples building him a palace.
2) "The Ants Aren't Eating Very Much", is about ants having spread over mahaprasadam and Prabhupada's comment.
3) "A Mosquito in Prabhupada's Net", is about Prabhupada's reluctance to hurting mosquitoes.
4) "Swing My Chaddar Over Your Head", shows one of Prabhupada's very personal and unique ways to get rid of nuisance.
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This is a series of Interviews from BhakTV of His Grace Kuladri Das, a senior disciple and occasional servant of ISKCON Founder-acharya Srila Prabhupada. The pastimes he recalls occurred between 1974 and 1977 in Vrindavan, India, and in New Vrindavan in the United States.
This Part One describes the making of a clay slab with Srila Prabhupada's foot Imprint for his followers to worship. A second pastime is about the making of a Simhasan in Bombay for Deities in America, and Srila Prabhupada's comments.