Discover this exciting and enlightening series for the first time or complete your collection with this limited edition of the long out of print Volumes 1 and 2 of Indradyumna Swami's Diary of a Traveling Preacher.
In Volume 1 a group of dedicated people bring God to the broken Communist states of the former Soviet Union.
With the demise of the Soviet Union, the gates were opened to a wide variety of freedoms, as well as to chaos. Go with a group of Hare Krishna devotees as they travel through the unsteady, unpredictable landscape of the post-cold war territories. Dancing and singing with Muslims and gypsies, slipping through borders without visas, visiting landmarks once closed to visitors, and daring to go where God was so recently barred, they prove that faith is stronger than fear, and love is more compelling than anger.
Volume 2 finds the traveling group risking their lives in Bosnia, singing and dancing in Poland, and heading into Africa. This volume takes the travelers from the old Soviet Union, through the savage war zone of Bosnia, and down into Africa. They stop at a rollicking festival in Poland, and are stopped by thugs in Bosnia. But they never give up, letting their devotion drive them on always, knowing that Krishna will support them in their journey.
Softbound, 296 pages, glossary, numerous black & white photos, 6" x 9".
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