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Articles tagged as Harinam

  • Community Activism on the Bayou for Mother Earth

    Reflections from an interfaith event on the bayou on Akshya Tritiya

  • Report from Russia: Authorities Drop Charges Against Chanting Parties in Moscow

    On April 3, 2021, three Harinam groups were stopped and detained in Moscow by the local police. Forty-six cases of administrative offenses were initiated against twenty-five devotees.

  • Devotees from 60+ Countries Chant Together in the Birthplace of Sankirtana

    Kirtan is now available for all. But it wasn’t always like this. Before the 15thcentury, the chanting of God’s own holy names was a sacred activity reserved for the highest of ecclesiastic society in the inner sanctums of temples.  

  • Harinama Party Bus Hits Buenos Aires

    The harinama party bus is the brainchild of husband and wife Prema Rupa Madhava Das and Prema Rupini Madhavi Dasi, who were born in the same year, share the same zodiac sign and were called Paul and Paula before becoming devotees. The two are also soulmates when it comes to service.

  • Harinam Mandir's Bus Breaks Down

    On July 2nd while driving to Split in Croatia the Harinama Mandir, a European traveling sankirtan party's bus suddenly started to loose the speed and right away stopped. Devotees heroically pullled and pushed the bus to a nearby town, creating quite a site to the passerbyes.

  • The train of Happiness Arrives to California State Long Beach

    During Club Week at California State University Long Beach, the Los Angeles Harinam team established a Music Meditation Club and performed kirtan to bring a positive and peaceful atmosphere. Watch as many students join in on the fun! eaturing Harinam Ruci and the LA Sankirtan team. A video by WestCoastMonk

  • Harinam Creates History in the Middle East

    Harinam Sankirtan or the congregational chanting of the Holy Name, initiated and propagated by Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu Himself, continues to be carried out throughout the world with great pomp and splendor. However, the Middle Eastern countries, being slightly sensitive towards religious matters and public display of devotion, had never before witnessed a performance of public Harinam.