Hare Krishna! – The Film

Here is great news for all Bengalureans!

A film that captures the exciting and inspiring story of the accomplishments of Srila Prabhupada, the Founder-Acharya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) is going to be screened in the theatres of the city on December 15 onwards.

The film

Hare Krishna!
The Mantra, the Movement and the Swami who started it all

is the true story of a saint from India who created a spiritual revolution all over the world against all odds by establishing the Hare Krishna Movement which began simply by the chanting of rhythmic, meditative 16-word mantra – Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare. It is an amazing account of spiritual purity, power and accomplishment.

The film successfully conveys the fact that Srila Prabhupada was a spiritually inspired holy man from a rich spiritual tradition from India, who was divinely empowered to carry an ancient but timeless and relevant spiritual message to the America of the sixties, but a message that was meant for all people of all times and that transcended nationality, gender, race, ethnicity, religion and even species.

Using never-before-seen archival verite, Srila Prabhupada’s own recorded words, and interviews with his early followers, the film takes the audience behind-the-scenes of a cultural movement born in the artistic and intellectual scene of New York’s Bowery, the hippie mecca of Haight Ashbury, and the Beatle mania of London, to meet the Swami who started it all.

The film was written and directed by filmmakers John and Jean Griesser, devotees within ISKCON known as Yadubara dasa and Vishakha devi dasi.

Don’t miss this golden opportunity to watch this rare film…
Book Your Tickets Now.

“Srila Prabhupada has already had an amazing effect on the world. There’s no way of measuring it. One day I just realized, God, this man is amazing!”
– George Harrison (Lead guitarist of the Beatles)

“…reveals an inner glow.”
– LA Times

“The film provides an uplifting spiritual experience, regardless of one’s beliefs or personal religion.”
– Red Carpet Crash

“…a cinematic flow that takes you out of the theatre and into the moment.”
– LA YogaYoga

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