Hare Krishna Calendar 2014


This years theme is “Srimad Bhagavatam”

Srila Vyasadeva lived in a peaceful ashram high up in the Himalayan Mountains. He spent years compiling the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Vedanta Sutra and the Puranas and then taught them to his disciples. But despite his monumental literary achievement, he felt incomplete. At that moment his guru, Narada Muni, appeared before him and explained that his feelings were because he had not yet described the full glories of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Sri Krishna.

So Vyasa wrote an account of the history of the world and the incarnations of Godhead who had descended upon it to re-establish the eternal dharma. He wrote of great kings, saints and sages, and of demigods and demons. And he particularly wrote of Krishna and his wondrous acts. He taught the essence of this great work to his son, Sukadeva, who then left home early, wandering throughout the land – a young master searching for the perfect student. He found his ideal disciple in King Pariksit, who had been cursed to die within seven days.

In just one week, Sukadeva taught the king everything he needed to know. Sitting in the large audience and listening carefully was Suta Goswami who, sometime later, was elected to speak to a great gathering of sages in the forest of Naimish. It was the beginning of the Age of Kali, the dark age when men grow weak in physical stature and dull in intellect and spiritual determination; an age when cruel tyrants exploit the citizens and the Earth herself withholds her gifts. To whom could people turn in the coming age? Suta Goswami explained that he had the answer and began to speak the…..


This years speciality are the beautiful colourful paintings of Radha & Krishna from the BBT, depicting the different cantosof the Srimad Bhagavatam. And of course there is always a meditation of the month (with a quote of Srila Prabhupada); Ekadasi and Festival dates for the area of Great Britain. Each month is illuminated by a main picture and one smaller image of Srila Prabhupada, explaining the pastimes of the particular month, festivals and appearance of the Lord’s incarnations, appearance and disappearance days of past acaryas, etc. Includes also the lunar cycles.

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