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I know how much this project means to Govinda Maharaja

I know how much this project means to Govinda Maharaja. He loves Vraja. If I only had a fraction of the taste for Vraja that he has, I’d have some hope for achieving shelter in that sacred dust some day. I have no doubt that your movie will glorify Sri Vrndavana Dhama.

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One Track Heart

In 1970, a young musician named Jeffrey Kagel walked away from the American dream of rock ’n’ roll stardom—turning down the lead singer slot in the band that would become Blue Oyster Cult. He sold all his possessions and moved from the suburbs of New York to the foothills of the Himalayas in search of happiness and a little-known saint named Neem Karoli Baba (or Maharajji).

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The Journey Home

The Journey Home: Autobiography of an American Swami is a 2008 auto-biographical account of a young nineteen-year-old boy, Richard Slavin’s journey from the suburbs of Chicago to the caves of the Himalayas and through this, his transformation to being Radhanath Swami, one of India’s most respected spiritual leaders and an ISKCON figure.

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Like a River to the Sea

Jahnavi Harrison’s album Like A River to the Sea takes us on a journey. Sometimes it’s to a holy site like Pandharpur, Mayapur, or Vrindavana, evoking a real sense of place. Often, though, it’s deep into our own hearts, to connect with our true selves and deepest yearnings.

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Lost & Found in India

Most books on India written by foreigners share one trait: the authors visit India, then leave. Sorensen moved in, set up house, became a resident in a village on the banks of the Ganges river, and eventually called India “home”.

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Bhakti Without Borders

Nominated for the 58th Grammy Awards, Bhakti Without Borders blends melodies from the East Indian Bhakti tradition with the folk, bluegrass and country elements of traditional American and Irish music. The result is a sound that is both fresh and familiar.

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Samsara

Expanding on the themes they developed in Baraka (1992) and Chronos(1985), Samsara explores the wonders of our world from the mundane to the miraculous, looking into the unfathomable reaches of humanity’s spirituality and the human experience. Neither a traditional documentary nor a travelogue, Samsara takes the form of a nonverbal, guided meditation.

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Baraka

Baraka is a documentary film with no narrative or voice-over. It explores themes via a kaleidoscopic compilation of natural events, life, human activities and technological phenomena shot in 24 countries on six continents over a 14-month period.