1. Origin of Love

    People are very attracted to achieve spiritual knowledge, but the purpose of knowledge culminates in love. We are all looking for spiritual satisfaction, but unless our service to the Lord is unconditional and uninterrupted it will not bring real satisfaction to the heart. So, unless knowledge culminates in love, it is superficial. It does not touch the soul but entertains the mind, intelligence and false ego. Yet what is the origin of that love? Where does it come from and how does one achieve it? Krishna expands Himself as Radharani, who...
  2. Radhanath Swami Speaks at HSBC on the Meaning of Diwali

    Thursday, October 6th marked the Hindu festival of Dashera which celebrates the victory of the noble Rama over the evil Ravana as told in India’s great epic, the Ramayan. Dashera leads up to Diwali which celebrates Rama’s victorious return to his home in Ayodhya. To observe these events the Vedic Society at the Global Headquarters of HSBC invited Radhanath Swami to speak to a group of over 1000 bankers including senior executives from the UK Home Office and other investment banks, at it’s landmark skyscraper in Canary Wharf, London. As...
  3. Radhanath Swami At Rutgers University

    One Swami, One Classroom, Hundreds of students—April 21, 2011 was an evening of spiritual guidance and musical mediation for the students of Rutgers University, New Jersey. Radhanth Swami was the special guest at Rutgers Bhakti Club’s semester finale – he was warmly welcomed by hundreds of students who gathered to hear him speak and lead a musical meditation session. Below are a few excerpts from an article featuring Radhanath Swami on the University newspaper: “…Giving advice on how to deal with stress, Swami said the key to happiness is gaining a powerful...
  4. Spiritual Unity Amidst Religious Diversity

    February 10, 2011, Mumbai: At times when the world is traumatized by religious conflicts and tensions, it was heart-rendering to see Radhanath Swami take the initiative to meet eminent religious leaders and work towards spreading the message of love and peace. Radhanath Swami participated in an interfaith conference on ‘Decline of morality in public life: Role of religion in restoring it” organized by by K.J. Somaiya College. The Somaiya trust is one of the largest educational trusts in India with 34 institutes and 27,000 students. The dialogue brought together members from...
  5. The Elkins Estate, PA

    David Dobson (a student of AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada) opened the doors of The Elkins Estate to Radhanath Swami and David Newman (Durga Das) on Saturday evening. Durga Das and his band of talented musicians, playing a diverse array of instruments, inundated the packed room with meditative mantra music. Humility was an underlying theme throughout Radhanath Swami’s presentation. He described how real humility is to be proud of being connected to beautiful miracles that we see all around us – which is actually only a spark of God’s splendor. He...