Indradyumna Swami brings us to Australia where he attends the Parliament of World Religions, and tours with 47 festivals that manifest in three short months. In Africa he joins Food for Life devotees to distribute prasadam and the Holy Names of Lord Krishna to the Zulu people outside of Durban.
Relish the amazing stories of numerous people whose lives have been miraculously changed by Maharaja’s yearly Polish Festival Tour. Maharaja returns to Brazil, where he once boldly sailed up the Amazon River to remote villages.
Travel along with Maharaja in India where he unexpectedly receives two transcendental gifts ; one from a sadhu at Govardhan Hill, and the other an obscure treasure belonging to Jaipur’s royal family for over a century!
All along the way he meets a host of thankful souls who reap the benefit of his loving and compassionate association. Share his deep, heartfelt realizations in the chapter I Never Cry and savor his most profound thoughts in his letters to his beloved Guru Srila Prabhupada and a few of his most dear Godbrothers.
By nature Indradyumna Swami is an adventurer; and his life in Krishna consciousness has always been a perfect dovetailing of that adventuresome spirit. His diaries, then, are a potent means of delivering his steady, contagious enthusiasm for chanting the Holy Names of the Lord in public.”
—Kesava Bharati Maharaja (from the Foreword)