Please accept my blessings. I am so glad to receive your letter dated August 21, 1968, and I declare herewith that Krishna desired you to go to Amsterdam, and therefore, you are not admitted in Englan
When Prabhupada flew from New York to London in July, Srutadeva prabhu and his family from Baltimore accompanied our party to take up a new service in England. On Jayatirtha prabhu's request, he has t
In the early morning Srila Prabhupada went to Niavaran park again and spent most of the hour sitting on a bench in one of the many small and pleasant groves. He began speaking about how one becomes qu
While a roaring kirtana continued downstairs, Prabhupada gave a short audience in his room to our Italian printer, Bruno. A jolly, rotund man with rosy cheeks, Bruno appeared simple and unpretentious.
In the afternoon Yogesvara announced the arrival of Professor Francois Chenique, a scholar whose favorable review of Prabhupada's books is being reprinted on the jacket of the new French edition of Bh
Suspicious Japanese immigration officials delayed Srila Prabhupada and considered not giving him a visa. Granting no more than a two-day transit visa, they finally allowed him to enter. After such a p