Friday, May 25, 2007

The Hare Krishna Movement: Forty Years of Chant and Change

This groundbreaking book is written by a mixture of influencial devotees and reputed scholars in the field of Religion, which examines the changes and developments which have shaped ISKCON in the past 40 years and explores a wide range of issues and themes. It tracks the history ISKCON's history, membership patterns, recruitment strategies, pedagogical and social factors, the importances of ritual and dreams in the lives of devotees, and even the Movement's evolving self-perception.

I am happy to announce that by the beginning of this June this publication will be available. There is a special discount for ISKCON temples, centres and book companies - only £5 per each (plus postage and packaging).Recommended retail price is £8.99 per copy and all profits go to ISKCON. The book is also £8.99 for individuals.

Click here to find out more about percentage discounts for obtain the paperback in bulk
To order:Enclose a cheque/ international money order made payable to 'Graham Dwyer'and send this to: Graham Dwyer and Radha Mohan das, Bhaktivedanta Manor, Hilfield Lane, Aldenham, Watford, Herts, WD25 8EZ, UK. Books will be posted within three days of receipt of payment.


" essential review and timely update on the growing and maturing phenomenon of worldwide Krishna-devotionalism. For storytracking the Hare Krishna movement as an important focal point in today's increasingly varied landscape of spiritual practices and aspirations, this collection is a welcome resource."-by Kenneth Valpey (Krishna Ksetra das), Research Fellow, Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

"...the book reveals a whole new intellectual landscape and puts a refreshing new perspective on our understanding the Hare Krishna phenomenon."-by E. Burke Rochford, Jr., Professor of Sociology and Religion, Middlebury College, and author of Hare Krishna Transformed.