Vaishnava Publications

Award-Winning Vrindavan Film Inspires Reconnection

by Madhava Smullen Vrindavan might just be a small, dusty town in Uttar Pradesh, India. But there’s something about it that changes people. It’s not just...

Patramrta, Nectar from the Letters

It is with great happiness that we announce the release of this book, "Patramrta, Nectar from the Letters."

New Book On Vraja Dhama

As a service to devotees, holy dham and acharyas, we have released the book ‘Wondrous Glories of Vraja’.

Harekrishnaworldnews.blogspot.com

The thoughts of My pure devotees dwell in Me, their lives are fully devoted to My service, and they derive great satisfaction and bliss from always englightening one another and conversing about Me.

Vedalearn.com

Vedalearn.com seeks to fill the gap of literally thousands of people willing to deepen their knowledge of Vedic literature in general and Vaishnava faith in particular, and find it difficult for the lack of local or extended facilities.

Reappearance of Prabodhananda Sarasvati’s Caitanyastakam

by Dr. Demian Martins The latest expeditions of the Baladeva Vidyabhusana Project were very fruitful and one of the highlights among the unpublished Gaudiya manuscripts...

Hare Krishna Documentary Retells Life Of Founder

by RJ Schaffer When Yadubara Das became a member of the Hare Krishna movement in 1970, he was assigned to become a filmmaker. That assignment has...

Srimad Bhaktivinoda-viraha-dasakam

On the eve of the disappearance of Srila Thakura Bhaktivinoda, we present Srila Sridhara Maharaja's composition, 'Sri Bhaktivinoda Viraha-Dvadasakam' (Ten Prayers in Separation of Bhaktivinoda Thakura).

New Rational Vedanta Website

Rational Vedanta is a new website that exclusively explores Eastern and Western philosophy and science. This website includes biographies of the lives of many of the worlds great thinkers...

Review: On the Way to Vaikuntha

On the Way to Vaikuntha, the book under review here, is an important addition to our knowledge of this consequential religious figure. An English translation of Baikunther Pathe, originally published in 1943, it introduces the reader to a softer side of Bon Maharaja.