Sacinandana Swami

Sacinandana Swami is a prominent guru [ [] Prominnent guru in ISKCON] and swami [ [ List of Sannyasis in ISKCON April 2008] ISKCON Sannyasa Ministry, Retrieved on 2008-05-05] within the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (commonly known as the "Hare Krishnas" or "ISKCON"). Of German origin, he was initiated by the movement's founder, A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, in 1972 in Hamburg and is well known throughout ISKCON [ [ Pandava Sena Our Real Identity Seminar Reference] ] for his kirtana and public speaking. [ [ Conference Report: Puja Seminar 1998, ICJ] ] [ [ Swami Talks Inner Peace at NYU] Washington Square News, 1 May 2008 Retrieved on 4 May 2008]

Early days

During his early years within ISKCON, Sacinandana Swami performed the service of translating Prabhupada’s books from the English language into German. After some time he joined the main sankirtana (book distibution) party in Germany and was instrumental in developing the congregational preaching throughout Germany especially and also other countries within Northern Europe. The "Gauranga Bhajana" and "Nityananda Bhajana" groups both came together as a result. In later years, Sacinandana Swami helped start various farm communities and projects around Europe, including the "Goloka Dhama" project in Germany. [ [ [ Featured article on official site] of Goloka Dhama temple]


Sacinandana Swami has made a number pilgrimages to holy places in India, often traveling to Vrindavan for intensive 'japa' retreats. He also visited Badrinath, Kedaranath, Gangotri, Mount Kailash, Ahobalam, Sri Rangam, Melkote, and Tirupati throughout his travels. []

Academic Service

In terms of educational development within ISKCON, [ [ Lecture seminars featured on ISKCON.COM] ] Sacinandana Swami has conducted classes at the Vaisnava Institute for Higher Education [ [ VIHE] lecturer and speaker] and the Bhaktivedanta College project at Radhadesh. [ [] Lecturer at Bhaktivedanta College, Belgium ] His new emphasis in this field lies in the 'Veda Academy', [ [] EAVS Lecturer] which presents the culture of Krishna consciousness through Vedic sciences, art, and philosophy. The Veda Academy is already active in eight countries, and promises to influence many more. [ [] German publication reference.]


*The Nectarean Ocean of the Holy Name []
*The Gayatri Book, Vasati Verlag, 2005, ISBN 978-3-937238-05-0
*The Way of the Great Departure
*The Art of Transformation []
*Spiritual Tonic []

ee also

*Gaudiya Vaishnavism
*Radhanath Swami


External links

* [ Saranagati OnLine] - by Sacinandana Swami
* [ Radhadesh Temple]
* [ Bhaktivedanta College]
* [ ISKCON Hamburg]

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