This is to announce the release of the second issue of Gaudiya Touchstone, the official E-magazine of Sri Narasingha Chaitanya Ashram, now available on line at http://gaudiyatouchstone.net
Michael Cremo, an international authority on human antiquity, has justly earned the ‘forbidden archeologist’ title.
Dear devotees! my name is Katrin Stamm (Kalakanthidasi) and as co-editor and co-translator I would like to announce that an English translation of Walther Eidlitz' (Vamandas’) famous German work "Krishna Caitanya, Sein Leben und Seine Lehre" (Stockholm 1968) is now available in book form and can be ordered via our website.
The book On the Way to Vaikuntha is a description of Bon Maharaj's pilgrimage to the Char Dham or four holy sites in the Garhwal Himalayas north India. These places have attracted pilgrims since ancient times, and many books have been written about them. Bon Maharaj, however, offers a novel understanding of these places, for which he offers compelling, scripturally based reasoning.
We are happy to announce the release of a new book by Dr. Sahadeva dasa on animal rights, 'Noble Cow - Munching Grass, Looking Curious And Just Hanging Around.'
ISKCON Cinema, in association with the Vedic Community Foundation (VCF) will produce the Documentary Feature Film, ACHARYA—One Who Teaches by Example; a 90 minute, broadcast quality, HDTV production depicting the life and teachings of Srila Prabhupada.
A series of non-narrative mood videos of different places and seasons of Vraja.
After forty years of managing temples or Mandirs in many different ways, as well as traveling all over India and seeing how others utilize successful plans, Stephen Knapp has put together a book that explains the most important programs that any temple can use for more effectively protecting and perpetuating the Vedic traditions.
The 7th issue of Gaudiya Touchstone http://gaudiyatouchstone.net commemorates the advent of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, which falls this year on March 16th 2014, so in this edition we have many articles glorifying Mahaprabhu and the sankirtana movement.