Vrindavan, The Playground of God

Vrindavan, The Playground of God

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By Bhakti Caitanya Swami

Sri Vrindavana Dhama is an extremely sacred place. Lord Krishna appeared there 5,000 years ago and performed His transcendental pastimes there in the company of His eternal consort, Srimati Radharani, Her gopi friends, His parents Nanda Maharaja and mother Yashoda, His brother Lord Balarama, and His cowherd boyfriends.Every year millions of pilgrims visit Vrindavan to absorb themselves in the amazing spiritual atmosphere and relish the devotional mood that pervades everything in this town. The experience is unforgettable, and makes a profound impact on the hearts of all who visit.

Through gorgeous photography and descriptions, this book takes the reader on a tour of the main temples and pastime places of Vrindavan. The journey begins with the seven main temples established by the Six Goswamis of Vrindavan and their associates. A wonderful resource for anyone planning to travel there or to give as a gift.This beautiful travel book is accompanies with a 2-disk PAL format DVD. In these DVDs you will visit the main temples and pastime places in the town of Vrindavana, beginning with the seven main temples established by the six Goswami of Vrindavana and their close associates.

About the author: Bhakti Chaitanya Swami is a disciple of His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the founder-exemplar of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. Bhakti Chaitanya Swami first visited India in 1976, and since then has visited perhaps 100 times, spending much of his time in Vrndavana. For the past 15 years he has particularly focused on photographing and videotaping the sacred places of Vrndavan, and has compiled one of the most extensive collections of images of this holy place.

Hardbound, 245 pages, dust-jacket, high quality glossy photos, map of the Vrindavan area, 9.5" x 11.5".
Two DVDs, PAL Format.This PAL Format DVD will only work on DVD players outside the US and Canada and on most computer DVD drives. Approximately 109 minutes each.