Riddha Dasa Adhikari
The Birth of the Hare Krishna Movement in South America
From the arrival of devotees in the 1970s until the turn of the century, this book tells of the struggles and triumphs of ISKCON in South Africa.
Preaching under the strict apartheid regime, devotees faced unsympathetic government officials and secret police.
Despite such an unfavorable setting, ISKCON and its devotees thrived. The Hare Krishna movement in South Africa today is a vibrant community, with an annual Rathayatra, a dedicated Food For Life program, and a renowned temple.
Hardbound, 367 pages, indexed, color and black & white photography, dust-jacket, 6" x 8.5".
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