Sharing Krsna consciousness with Jewish students

Speaker: His Holiness Indradyumna Swami
Where: Houston, Mar 24, 2008
Essence: “Just as the sun is called in different countries by different names, God is called in different religions by different names. But the ultimate purpose of all religions is the same – that we awaken our dormant love for God and go back to the kingdom of God or the spiritual world.”

Be prepared for death

Artist: His Holiness Indradyumna Swami
Verse: Srimad Bhagavatam – 3.30.16-17
Where: Sydney, Dec 16, 2007
Essence: “As contradictory as it may seem, death is the most important moment of one’s life because one’s next life depends on that moment. Therefore, one has to prepare an entire life for that moment.”

How to end Cycle of Birth and Death? – Festival Lecture

Artist: His Holiness Indradyumna Swami 
Where: Aug 11′th 2007, Poland.
Courtesy: Candrasekhar Acarya Das.
Essence: “We all are very busy and we need to be busy to maintain this body. But we cannot forget our Ultimate Goal – To understand our deeper Spiritual Nature, to understand God, to understand very deep intimate relationship with God. Once you understand this fully, you don’t have to take birth again. This cycle of birth death, birth death is finished, if at the end of life you are self-realized.”

Where are you going? – Festival Lecture

Artist: His Holiness Indradyumna Swami 
Verse: Srimad Bhagavad Gita – 2.13.
Where: Aug 9′th 2007, Poland.
Courtesy: Candrasekhar Acarya Das.
Essence: “The Bhagavad Gita teaches us in the first chapter that we are not these bodies. You are not the body, You are not material. You are spiritual, You are the Soul. What we call death is the death of the outward dress – the body. Where does the Soul go at the moment of death…Where are we going? Bhagavad Gita also answers this question.”