Swami Balendu tells why he really thinks that the penis is not the problem – but the worship in itself is!
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 on Guru Purnima about the original meaning of the word guru and the meaning that today's gurus and disciples have made of it.
Swami Balendu describes the similarities of human worship in Christianity and Hinduism and makes it clear that there is not really a big difference.
Swami Balendu writes about the drama that people now create around Anna Hazare. They start worshipping him as if he was a God or a big Guru. Read more about this human worship.
Swami Ji explains in which way he still believes in scriptures and uses excerpts in his workshops and lectures. He does not however see them as 100% accurate.
Swami Ji replies to a question about his own relation to Gods of Hinduism and Christianity. Read how he is friends with all Gods of all religions.
Swami Ji describes in which way he is attacked when he writes about fake gurus. He explains why he will not stop his efforts to inform others about those cheaters.
Swami Ji writes about the unwritten law in India that people from lower castes are not allowed to enter temples. Read more about this idea.
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.