Swami Balendu describes how his wife experienced the Yamuna Arti at the Kheshi Ghat in Vrindavan – seeing all the bad but still enjoying the moment.
Swami Balendu describes old and new temples in Vrindavan and explains the difference in between temple-goers who do sightseeing and those who go for their worship.
Swami Balendu writes about tourism in Vrindavan, the places that people who come to the Ashram visit and what could be even nicer there.
Swami Balendu describes his recent walk down to the Yamuna with some friends – when he experienced the bad pollution of the Yamuna once again.
Swami Ji describes how ISKCON grew in Vrindavan and how locals were first happy but then started having doubts and fears because of their wealth.
Swami Ji writes about the water pollution of the Yamuna around Vrindavan where now the water cannot be treated anymore to supply it into the homes.
Read a birthday letter from Swami Balendu to Krishna, the Hindu God born in Vrindavan. It is a letter to a friend about the situation in Vrindavan.
Swami Balendu writes about the situation in Vrindavan, where the water of the river Yamuna started flowing into the houses of the outskirts. They offered children and families to stay at the Ashram.
Swami Ji writes about today’s pilgrimage day on which thousands of people take the Parikrama pilgrim walk around Vrindavan. The Ashram distributed potatoes to the pilgrims.
Swami Ji talks about Vrindavan and people’s attitude here towards God. In Vrindavan people see Krishna as a friend or neighbor with whom they have an informal relationship.