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Giant Gita!

KRN

Active member
Iskcon have indeed charted a new course in spreading Indian spirituality. There might be some who oppose Iskcon, but they do represent one significant aspect of Hinduism and their contributions cannot be ignored...
 

renuka

Well-known member
Iskcon have indeed charted a new course in spreading Indian spirituality. There might be some who oppose Iskcon, but they do represent one significant aspect of Hinduism and their contributions cannot be ignored...
True..but that came about with the western "evangalist" standard operating procedure of active preaching.

If it didnt have the western influence it would just be confined to one ashram..one guru who speaks in riddles or worse still the Zen effect of not saying a word.

So if ISKCON is succesful is becos they moved away from the introverted approach to religion.
 

mkrishna100

Well-known member
So if ISKCON is succesful is becos they moved away from the introverted approach to religion.
ISKCON successfully converted Christ Conscious movement into Krishna Conscious Movement and replaced Bibles with Gita in Most of US Cities and world over using the same way Christians plant Bibles .
 
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