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Kirtan Katha

By His Holiness Danavir Goswami (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 18) Introduction      This essay is the second part to my previous essay entitled “On Chanting Question Mark” which is available online at or in print within Vaisnava Society Journal #3 at My reason for writing these essays is to guide…
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Driving for Krishna

By His Holiness Danavir Goswami You can purchase the official Driving for Krishna book here! (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 6)       From its early years to present, ISKCON has witnessed droves of devotees leave their bodies while traveling in automobiles. Although devotees don’t drink and drive, many male devotee drivers…
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Guru in the Morning

By His Holiness Danavir Goswami (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 5) Looking back to 1987, I remember trying my best to counsel several weeping ISKCON Vaisnavas when they learned that their guru had just defaulted his position. Their guru was previously a dynamic, conquering her who shone like fire through preaching, making…
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News & Updates

Full-Time Service Opportunities Available at RVC

Campus Director, Pujari, Cook, Outreach, etc. Full-time job Seeking a "Campus Director" for the RVC (ISKCON Kansas City) The Rupanuga Vedic College (RVC) of ISKCON Kansas City, is seeking a Campus Director. The initiated applicant would work directly with Danavir Goswami and team to help to oversee the following services:…
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RVC Publishing – NOW HIRING!

Interested in learning new skills and gaining unique experience? Wish you could serve directly under Danavir Goswami? Now is your chance!!! Rupanuga Vedic College (RVC) Publishing, headed by Editor-in-Chief, Director, Contributing Author: HH Danavir Goswami, is seeking qualified candidates available for hire. Over the decades RVC Publishing has produced 53…
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Cosmology

Cosmology Inquiries

By His Holiness Danavir Goswami (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 14) MOON AND MOUNT MERU QUESTION: There may be simple explanations for observed phenomenon and described phenomenon, but we just don’t have the answers. If we accept the Vedas, then what we call the moon may be Rahu, as it “eats” the…
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