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360 view - Lila Sthali

360° view of rooms where Srila Prabhupada had stayed.

Delhi Gaudiya Sangha

After the League of Devotees was closed Srila Prabhupada was invited by his godbrother HH Bhaktisaranga Goswami Maharaja to Delhi. There, Srila Prabhupada stayed at the Gaudiya Sangha and edited the magazine Sajjana Toshani (also known as the Harmonist). Srila Prabhupada also tried to raise support for his own books while he was here

 

 

 

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Delhi Gaudiya Sangha

After the League of Devotees was closed Srila Prabhupada was invited by his godbrother HH Bhaktisaranga Goswami Maharaja to Delhi. There, Srila Prabhupada stayed at the Gaudiya Sangha and edited the magazine Sajjana Toshani (also known as the Harmonist). Srila Prabhupada also tried to raise support for his own books while he was here

 

 

Reference: SPF Photos

Delhi Gaudiya Sangha

After the League of Devotees was closed Srila Prabhupada was invited by his godbrother HH Bhaktisaranga Goswami Maharaja to Delhi. There, Srila Prabhupada stayed at the Gaudiya Sangha and edited the magazine Sajjana Toshani (also known as the Harmonist). Srila Prabhupada also tried to raise support for his own books while he was here

 

 

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Govinda Bhawan, Srila Prabhupada's house

In my childhood, Radha-Govindaji were the source of my enjoyment. I asked my father to give me Radha-Govinda deities and he gave me and I worshiped. And I also asked him to give me ratha, and the ratha was going from my home by the side of Syamasundara.'s house. Our house was later termed to be Govinda Bhawan

 

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Imli Tala Gaudiya Math

Imli tala is located on the banks of the river Yamuna in Vrindavan. Prabhupada stayed here for a few days in 1953. This was before he got his rooms at the Vamshi-gopal temple. While he was at the Radha Damodara temple, he used to visit the Imli Tala Gaudiya Math frequently. 

 

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Keshavaji Gaudiya Math

Keshavaji Gaudiya Math is located in Mathura. Srila Prabhupada took sannyasa here on September 17, 1959.  Srila Prabhupada recieved sannyasa from his Godbrother HH Bhakti Prajnana Keshava Maharaja in this very room. 

 

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Kidderpore Dock

From here, Prabhupada boarded the M.V. Jaladuta on one of history's most important spiritual voyage to the West, in the summer of 1965. The port is still in operation. It is a Government of India-owned property, maintained and administerd by a Government-instuted Trustee Board-Kolkata Port Trust.  

 

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Mutty Lal Seal's Free School

In 1904, when Prabhupada was eight years old, he entered the nearby Mutty Lall Seal Free School, on the corner of Harrison and Central Roads.

 

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Mutty Lal Seal's Free School

Mutty Lall was a boy's school established in 1842 by a wealthy suvarna-vanik vaishnava (devotee of Krishna). In 1904, when Prabhupada was eight years old, he entered the nearby Mutty Lall Seal School, on the corner of Harrison and Central Roads. 

 

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Mutty Lal Seal's Free School Srila Prabhupada's classroom

This is the classroom of Prabhupada in Mutty Lall Seal School. Classes were disciplined and formal. Each long bench held four boys, who shared a common desk, with four inkwells. 

 

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