By His Holiness Danavir Goswami  (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 2) It is quite well-known that Lord Kåñëa is fond of milk products, He even has received a name for His stealing of butter and yogurt, Makhana-cora. Every Vedic authority agrees that milk is 1 very important for human society because it is nutritious for physical health (longevity) and because it nourishes finer brain tissues required for high intellectual capacity.2 Since time immemorial, cow’s milk has been utilized by human Read more [...]
By His Holiness Danavir Goswami (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 12) In this paper, we’ll address concerns coming from devotees of Lord Krishna, vegans and others regarding the use of commercial, organic and devotional dairy products. We propose a four point plan/solution as follows: 1)      Resist the trend to boycott milk products 2)      Establish a comprehensive dairy certification system which includes total non-violent production (i.e. no slaughtering of cows or bulls) 3)      Read more [...]
A nice article was recently posted about Danavir Goswami Maharaja regarding his visit to Scotland and the impact it had on one devotee. You can read the article here or go to the original blog listed at the bottom. Hare Krishna! Couple weeks ago, we had the good fortune of meeting H.H. Danavir Goswami Maharaja at ISKCON Karuna Bhavan temple, Lesmahagow, Scotland. Maharaja on the previous day gave a talk on Hare Krishna maha mantra at Salisbury Centre, Edinburgh after he went on a harinama Read more [...]
His Holiness Danavir Goswami maharaja will be arriving in Kansas City on Tuesday, April 22 at 1:29 pm. If you want to participate in welcoming maharaja or if you are interested in helping, please contact Rasikananda Das at rmlessenger@gmail.com Read more [...]
By His Holiness Danavir Goswami (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 4) Vegan leaders say that milk is pus. Is this correct? Is milk pus? Lord Krsna and all the Vedic authorities say that milk is nectar and these rascals say milk is pus. And some neophyte devotees are listening to such nonsense and becoming influenced. Someone might argue that devotees accepting commercial dairy products will hinder the development of ISKCON self-sufficient farm communities. However, because of the degraded and foolish Read more [...]