In our last issue, we ran the story of a group of Hare Krsna youths touring North America by bus. This time we present a Hare Krsna couple traversing America at a much slower pace on a horse-drawn wagon. So far they've covered twelve hundred miles on their way to Mexico and beyond, giving out the teachings of Lord Krsna in hundreds of towns along the way.
On the other side of the world, Adbhuta Hari Dasa reports on a place where Krsna spoke His teachings fifty centuries ago just before leaving this world. In "The Song Goes Ever On," Satyaraja Dasa gives us a summary of those teachings and tells us about Uddhava, the intimate devotee to whom Lord Krsna spoke them.
Krsna's extraordinary departure from the earth is one of His many divine acts, the most endearing of which took place in Vrndavana, India. In "A Vrndavana Tour in Northern Ireland," we learn of how devotees are creating reminders of the holy sites of Vrndavana thousands of miles away.
This issue coincides with the anniversary of Lord Krsna's appearance as Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. Amala-bhakta Dasa relates some of Caitanya Mahaprabhu's feats in "The Wonders of Lord Caitanya."
Hare Krsna. Nagaraja Dasa, Editor
• To help all people discern reality from illusion, spirit from matter, the eternal from the temporary.
• To expose the faults of materialism.
• To offer guidance in the Vedic techniques of spiritual life.
• To preserve and spread the Vedic culture.
• To celebrate the chanting of the holy names of God as taught by Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
• To help every living being remember and serve Sri Krsna, the Personality of Godhead.