The seventh volume of Diary of a Traveling Preacher is like having a front-row seat in a class about Srila Prabhupada's mission. You'll read about an eleven-year-old girl who covered her ears to block the sound of the holy name but ended up putting on a makeshift sari and joining the procession.
This volume of Indradyumna Swami's diary reads like an adventure movie: being attacked by skinheads and fanatical Muslims, being robbed by corrupt immigration officials, escaping from a dishonest taxi driver in the dead of night on a deserted street - all for the sake of giving Lord Krishna's holy name to unfortunate souls.
Volume 7 of the series; covers January 2006 to November 2006. Softbound, 204 pages, dozens of B&W photos, 6" x 9". First published 2007.
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