Jagattarini dasi's blog

Wow. WOW! It's 2015 already! Last time I was here was in 2008. Seven long years ago and so much has happened since then. Recently some friends were looking to get in touch and they came to this site and found to their dismay that it was not being updated. They suggested that we take it down, but somehow, perhaps simply due to sentiment [it was really sweet keeping in touch via this blog with those who regularly visited] or whatever reason I wanted to try and keep it up because it is interesting for someone with the time to browse. But I also wanted to message anyone who arrived here to let them know where they can find us now.  read more »

Those who are familiar with our website, and blog will have noticed that we have been totally innactive since November 2007, hence no blog entries have been post during 2008.


There are two reasons for the silence.


During a visit to Vrindavan in November 2007, I fell, broke my kneecap, and had to spend five months bedridden in Vrindavan and later Mumbai before I was able to travel back to Perth. Now seven months have passed since the injury and I am slowly returning to normal and feeling a bit more sociable.

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Report from Gopinatha dham


It's been a long time since I've sat here to write. Hectic pace has kept me away from the computer. Today has a

quiet moment, to share with our friends the activities which have taken place here during the past two months.


Gallery news



Earlier this year Rob began creating a small Bengali hut for our Mayapura section. He battled with setting up the  read more »



Here is another beautiful photo from Vrindavan my husband posted -- with the following description:





Hare Krsna. Two peacocks within a Vrindavan wheat field.

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Continuing stories of Narada Muni


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I found a nice quote and a beautiful picture to share






The quote is from Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Thakura's writings.

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For two weeks Gopinatha has to accept the cold wintery mornings here in Melbourne.

This visit is special. It's family business [rather than temple activities] that highlight this week, for my mother turns ninety in two days.





Tomorrow night we will give her an unforgettable evening of candles, flowers, a specially prepared prasadam dinner, and of course the darsan of Sri Sri Radha Ballabha.

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