Satyaraja Dasa has written about another Australian devotee in “Do or Die with Jaya Vijaya” that’s Jaya Vijaya Dasa. He runs a martial arts school where he mixes in basic lessons on Krishna consciousness.
In “A Vision from the Heart,” Murari Gupta Dasa, from Back to Godhead’s India office, reports on a blind devotee whose attraction to chanting Krishna’s names is a source of inspiration for all those around him.
In “Krishna’s Perfect Timing: Revealing a Covered Devotee,” Karnamrta Dasa writes that his early life gave no hint that he would become a Krishna devotee. But his transition makes sense, he says, when one considers Lord Krishna’s teaching that even death cannot destroy one’s spiritual progress.
Along with Srila Prabhupada’s lecture and two Vedic Observer pieces, articles by Ravindra Svarupa Dasa, Urmila Devi Dasi, and Caitanya Carana Dasa round out the issue.
• 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 Krishna, the Personality of Godhead