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Back to Godhead Issue, July/Aug 2013, PDF Download

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Back to Godhead is a magazine offering articles and information on Krishna consciousness (or bhakti-yoga). The magazine is published six time each year, and is available here per issue, or as a subscriptionBack to Godhead is also available online at: btg.krishna.com

Founder's Lecture
Krishna, the Ever-Youthful Cowherd Boy.
Srila Prabhupada explains that although the origin of everything is the oldest, He never gets old.

Sherlock Homes and the Limits of Modern Knowing, by Navina Syama Dasa.
Why Holmes's approach to problem solving gets us only so far.

The Launch of the Hare Krishna Express, by Vikram Patil.
How a devotee in Maharashtra transforms his daily bus commute into a spiritual event.

A Colorful Spectacle Showcased in White Splendor, by Tarini Radha Devi Dasi.
Opened last year, ISKCON's Radha-Krishna temple in Chennai shines like a jewel among the beaches and resorts along popular East Coast Road.

The God Particle: Is There Anything Godly About It? by Chaitanya Charana Dasa.
Despite its nickname, the Higgs boson is not the answer to everything.

The Swirling Smoke of Fragrant Love, by Urmila Devi Dasi.
Offering incense to Krishna is an element of archana, or worship, one of the nine forms of bhakti-yoga.

The Hare Krishna Experience at Kumbha Mela, by Krishangi Radha Devi Dasi
Devotees at the ISKCON camp spend a month distributing thousands of books and thousands of plates of prasada every day.

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All proceeds from the from the sale of this download supports the Back to Godhead Magazine.

This is the PDF edition of the July/August 2013 issue of BTG, a 64 page magazine that focuses on Krishna consciousness. This issue's feature article is: Krishna, the Ever-Youthful Cowherd Boy.

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