Srila Prabhupada’s Kirtana Standards


Hari Nama Sankirtana— the congregational chanting of Krsna’s holy names—is our main spiritual practice, the main thing we do. It is our life and soul. But how should we do it? Srila Prabhupada often said, “Do as I do.” But what did he do? What standards did he set? What instructions did he give us?

Over time we can forget. New things find their way in, old teachings get lost.

This book, therefore, puts on record a wealth of teachings Srila Prabhupada gave about kirtana and how best to do it.

Drawing on Srila Prabhupada’s books, letters, and archived conversations—and on personal testimony from direct disciples—it gives us a chance to see up close what Srila Prabhupada did and hear from him what he wanted us to do.

It serves as a handbook, a guide, and gives us insight as well into the “soul” of kirtana, its essence. It tells us rules, yet it also points to how Srila Prabhupada encouraged individual expression.

For anyone who cares about Srila Prabhupada’s standards for kirtana, this is an essential book.

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Weight0,5 kg
Dimensions16 × 23,5 × 2 cm


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