Vaishnava Publications

Salted Bread: The Book about ISKCON’s Early Days in the USSR...

by Nandgopal Jivan das Sarvabhavana Das’s book “Salted Bread”, which is about the persecution of the Russian and Armenian devotees in the early days of...

New Android App “Krsna – The Sweet Lord” Launches

by Madhava Smullen An app for Android smartphones, entitled “Krsna – The Sweet Lord,” is now available on the Google Play Store for free and...

Gaudiya Touchstone Issue 5 Now Online

This issue of the Gaudiya Touchstone's cover story is Kumbha-Mela, the world's largest act of faith. During January/February of this year news media across India and around the world turned their attention to the confluence of the Ganges, Yamuna and mystical Saraswati rivers at Allahabad.

New Issue of Sri Krishna Kathamrita Magazine – The Glories of...

Gopal Jiu Publications is pleased to announce the release of issue #14 of Sri Krishna Kathamrita magazine, "The Glories of Mahaprasada". Prasada, the sacred food remnants of the Lord, are revered by devotees everywhere. However, in Jagannath Puri that tradition reaches heights that are not found anywhere else.

Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

This book is probably the best opportunity in years for the Vedic wisdom to enter into the midst of Western readers of all kinds and pique their curiosity

Gaudiya Touchstone Issue 7

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.

Names Unlimited

A new album was released last month: Names Unlimited, by Manah-siksa Devi Dasi. The Lord's eight golden instructions (Siksastakam) are presented here in English. The compositions are modern and timeless.

Review: Blazing Sadhus: Or Never Trust a Holy Man Who Can’t...

We join Achyutananda in his visits to mathas and missions as he meets Narayana Maharaja, Bon Maharaja, and B.R. Sridhara Maharaja, among others. It is here especially that Blazing Sadhus, while decidedly non-political (and seldom politically correct), intentionally or not makes a strong statement about the condition of Gaudiya Vaishnavism today, particularly as it relates to siksa and the free flow of faith across now-rigid institutional boundaries.

Two Devotee Women Co-author Popular Yoga Book

For the first time ever, two women initiated into the Brahma-Madhva-Gaudiya Vaisnava Sampradaya have published a popular book that emphasizes the bhakti tenets in...

Unearthing 10,000 Years of Indian Culture

"Hidden Horizons" explores the recent research in archaeology, geology, ecology, linguistics, science, marine archaeology which throw light on the real history of India that has existed for over 10,000 years.