Tribute to Naamacharya Aindra prabhu
updated 26th July 2010
Pics of Samadhi inside his old room
updated 23rd February 2011
First year anniversary
of his passing commemoration
updated 7th July 2011
dandavat and pranams to your feet! All glories to Sri Sri Guru and Gauranga!
Hopefully you're all blissfully engaged in the service of the Lord's Holy Names. Today I'm very happy to inform you about the new web page http://www.sripadaindradasa.com
The aim of this web page is to offer the devotees who are interested
in Aindra Prabhu's life,
kirtanas and teachings an overview of his main projects such as his 24hr kirtana, his book, his samadhi, etc.
Especially since the passing-away of Aindra Prabhu, I've observed that
many devotees feel inspired to serve him in some way or another.
So within my heart I got the inspiration to put everything into one place, also in the hope that the followers of Aindra Prabhu will similarly grow more and more into a unity of loving co-operation for the sake of carrying on his legacy.
Please be so kind and give me a feed-back. Do you have any further ideas how we could develop this page? If yes, what kind of ideas do you have? Or maybe you have some other suggestions, improvements, comments, etc. Please do let me know within two weeks from now (because I'll leave India at the beginning of April and the web designer is here in Vraja). Thank you!
Begging for all of your blessings,
your unqualified prasadam-case servant,
A picture of Aindra prabhu's altar with 1000 Salagrams
below you will find some pictures of the spiritual world as it manifested within Aindra's room at the Krsna Balaram Mandir Vrndavan India.
He wanted the harmonium to be sold only if it was going to be used for harinam sankirtan and not home use.
Some Tributes from
devotees who knew and loved him
Aindra prabhu video - King of Kirtan
Many know him as King of Kirtans but very few know he had immense love for deity worship.
The reason why he could put deep impressions in everyone's heart was because
of his eternal loving service to his Shila's and Sri Sri Radha Shyamsunder...
If you really loved his kirtans please imbibe his instructions which
he gave to all of us - it is at the end of the Video !
Always live in Vrindavan, at least mentally, and happily absorb your thoughts in the delightful pastimes of Lord Krishna by enthusiastic chanting: Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna Hare Hare / Hare Rama Hare Rama, Rama Rama Hare Hare.
Cintamani Nam by Aindra Dasa http://www.24hourkirtan.com
Vrindavan Mellows parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 by Aindra Dasa
1 - Sample
2 - Sample
3 - Sample
4 - Sample
....the above links are from http://www.24hourkirtan.com
You can purchase "Prayers to the Dust of Vraja" by Aindra prabhu from http://www.24hourkirtan.com
Prayers to the dust of Vraja samples
Kirtan 8 - MP3 64kbps, 10:08min, 4.9MB
Kirtan 4 - MP3 64kbps, 6:58min, 3.4MB
Interview with Aindra dasa about Vedic Music
by Yadunandana dasa from Radio Krishna in Copenhagen, Denmark. Aindra dasa is in charge of the 24-hour kirtan group at ISKCON's Krsna-Balarama temple in Vrindavana, India. (Note: near the beginning and end of the interview, there is about 1 1/2 minutes of Danish. But the interview itself is in English.)
[Listen] (59:00) [Download] (9.13 MB)
Bhajans in Sri Vrndavana Dhama with Aindra Dasa
#1 Hare Krsna Mahamantra
#2 Hare Krsna Mahamantra
Recorded in March, 2001 at Krsna-Balarama Mandir in Vrndavana, India
to Kirtan #1] (36:40) [Download]
[Listen to Kirtan #2] (40:05) [Download] (6.20 MB)
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HG Aindra Prabhu – Final Update from VrindavanShare
Yesterday (20th July 2010) at 11:35pm
A brief about the final moments and departure of HG Aindra Prabhu :
HG Aindra Prabhu often performed bhajan until the dead of night. On the night of 16th July 2010, he probably did the same, and never knew it was his last day. Probably to cook some bhoga to Deities, he ignited the gas stove unknowing the gas leakage. It ignited the room making a mild blast as well because the pujaris Rupa-Sanatan Prabhu and Vraja Rupa Prabhu, chanting on the terrace, heard an explosive sound from his room. They ran down and knocked at the room, but none opened. The blast gave minor burn injuries to the skin on face and the left side of his chest, while items kept near the door caught fire and kept ablaze. Unable to find a way out, Aindra Prabhu took to the refuge behind the Gaura Nitai Deities in his room. He kneeled to Gaura-Nitai in supplication and remained in dandavat. Perhaps due to lack of oxygen, he became unconscious and finally departed this world leaving behind the body in the same position.
On 17th of July 2010, Aindra Prabhu didn’t turn up to the Krishna-Balaram temple to adorn the Deities for it was his turn on Saturdays. Therefore, Adi Keshav Prabhu went and knocked at his room. At about 7.15 AM, Adi Keshav Prabhu informed Sanak Sanatan Prabhu, “It seems, Aindra Prabhu’s room is locked from inside and there is no response after knocking for a while.” I was standing beside Sanak Sanatan Prabhu and overheard the conversation. We rushed to the spot. Sanak Sanatan Prabhu took a piece of pipe and knocked the door strong and holed it. Through the hole, Adi Keshav Prabhu and I kneeled in the room and called aloud, “Aindra Prabhu, Aindra Prabhu…,” but none replied. We smelled gas and cautious not to light a lamp. We located him behind the Gaura Nitai Deities and found him in supplication doing dandavat. Seeing him unmoved, we first removed the Gaura Nitai Deities, opened the door, and took Aindra Prabhu out. We were preparing to take him to hospital, but Adi Keshav Prabhu felt the body was cold and lifeless. He checked the pulse, heart beat and breath, and felt that Aindra Prabhu left to Goloka.
Time too sung the glories of Aindra Prabhu :
Aindra Prabhu lived in Vrindavan for the past 24 years to rejuvenate this glorious place with his inspiring 24 hour matchless kirtans as his Guru Srila Prabhupada instructed him. He usually performed sankirtana in the temple between 6.00 - 6.30 PM in winter and 6.30-7.00 PM in summer. He was finally rested on the bank of Yamuna and his funeral pyre was also lit at the same time he often begun his sankirtana-yajna. His life was full of glories blessed with the science of astrology and numerology, and it is noticeable as the numbers too stood in salutation chanting his glories.
Glorification of the memories of Aindra Prabhu :
All devotees of Vrindavan assembled at Krishna-Balaram Temple 8.45 AM on 19 July 2010 for glorifying the cherishing memories of HG Aindra Prabhu and it continued up to 1.30 PM. The disciples of Srila Prabhupada and senior devotees in Vrindavan briefed the wonderful activities of HG Aindra Prabhu and his contribution to sankirtans, and a highlight of it is as follows:
HH Prabodhananda Sarasvati Swami said, “Aindra Prabhu carried out the instructions of Srila Prabhupada single-handedly with the kirtanas and influenced many people and especially the devotees of Vrindavan. Only by chanting kirtan, one can achieve everything in this age. We must learn from his splendid example how to reach the Godhead perfectly affirmed to the instructions of one’s Guru. Aindra Prabhu chanted Hare-krishna-mahamntra to his full capacity. Once I said to him, “Thank you for complete dedication to Harinam kirtan” Aindra Prabhu said, “Thank you for your kind words.” Krishna will award a splendid life for Aindra Prabhu in Goloka Vrindavan for his exceptional dedication to chant His holy name.”
HH Radha Raman Swami said, “To purify myself, let me speak something about Aindra Prabhu. He was a perfect example of bhava-bhakti and exhibited the nine symptoms of bhakti-rasa. Aindra Prabhu was a tireless speaker and sometimes his Bhagavata lectures continued up to 10.30 AM in the morning starting from 8.00 AM. Some listeners sneaked out for the morning prasadam served at 9.00 AM and they returned only to find Aindra Prabhu still on tirelessly. He developed perfect Krishna prem lovingly attached to Vrindavan Dham. He left USA to live in Vrindavan and in 1986 he arrived here. Once I saw him with a kamandalu and on enquiry he said, “I got it from one of the babaji’s.” Such was his respect for devotees. Unfortunately we didn’t associate with him as a great devotee, although he deserved a greater service than we did. HH Radha Raman Maharaj also conveyed the deep sorrow of HH Radha Govind Maharaj about the return of Aindra Prabhu. Maharaj said Ill-health prevented HH Radha Govind Maharaj to be present in this session, but praised Aindra Prabhu as a perfect bhakta who chanted Harinam kirtan exceptionally well twenty-four hours a day all through his life as Srila Prabhupadaji wished. Let him rest at peace eternally in Goloka and associate in the nitya-lilas of Gaura-Nitai and Radha-Shyamsunder.”
HG Brahmananda Prabhu said, “He was a perfect lover of Radhakrishna
and he led the fight against maya. His devotion to Harinam sankirtan and
attachment to devotion were magnanimous. Many have tried twenty-four hours
kirtan, but they failed miserably. At first, Aindra Prabhu alone engaged
in the round the clock kirtan, Usually, in the West, one minute silence
is held in memory of a bereaved person, but I want to honour him always
and memorise him forever. Let him be at peace with Radhkrishna in Goloka.”
After praising his unmatched efforts in sankirtana-yajna, Brahmananda Prabhu
chanted one round (108 times the Hare-Krishna-Mahamantra) together with
all devotees present.
HH Bhakti Vaibhava Swami said, “It was hard to believe the sudden departure of Aindra Prabhu because he was exceptional. Aindra Prabhu inspired all in chanting the mahamantra. He demonstrated a perfect example of how the twenty-four hours a day non-stop sankirtana could be made possible. He was unparallel in his attachment to the holy name and congregational chanting. He was intelligent, wholly dedicated to service and kind-hearted. He left us returning to be with Radha-Madhav forever.”
HH Bhakti Visrambha Madhava Swami said, “It was shocking for me to believe the news of return of Aindra Prabhu. I first met him in February 1995 and congratulated him for his exceptional capability in chanting the Harinam and asked how he could derive so much inspiration? He said, “Chant with perfect attention the holy name, the name of Krishna.” Now he has been called back to Goloka eternally. It is a sad day unfortunately for the whole world. It is Radha-Shyamsunder’s plan to bring him back, but for us it is a great loss.”
HH Mahanidhi Swami said, “I am shocked to hear the loss of Aindra Prabhu. He was a great devotee, who believed in sarva-sanga and accepted saranam-bhakti (refuge of perfect devotional service). He majestically executed sanga-seva (service to devotees). He was engaged in twenty-four hour bhajan in Vrindavan and executed it even without food and water until midnight. He was a perfect example of Bhagavat-prema (lover of Lord Krishna). I met him first in 1987. He always chanted his priya-nam of Radhakrishna. He paced his Guru within and enjoyed the mellows of his rasa-raj Mahaprabhu dwelling in heart. He enjoyed Bhagavat katha, sat-sangh, and Bhagavat-shravan and was immersed in prem-bhakti in Vrajadhama. In processions, he was precisely focused in Harinam. Once he said, “Bhajan is more brilliant than the sun and we have to earn Vraja-prem for which we serve life and soul to all devotees and everyone here.” He was highly rich (karor-pati) in devotional service and he offered service to all Vaishnavas, always chanted His holy name, and read the Bhagavatam whenever he could.”
HH Kadamba Kanana swami’s message (read out by Pancagauda Prabhu, the Temple President) said, “Aindra Prabhu successfully organised the twenty-four hour kirtan in the Krishna-Balaram temple of Vrindavan. I could associate with Aindra Prabhu in 1978-1984. In New York City, he chanted the glories of Lord Krishna. He set a perfect example to chant kirtans in ISKCON temples and chanted house to house, and inspired kirtan culture. He once told me of his 108 silas and the Deity of Gaura-Nitai in his room. I saw him in Vrindavan in 1998. The master of music studied the pulse of Srila Prabhupada and the Goswamis. He was a perfect devotee with courage and austerity and attracted many people with his exceptional culture. He later became a resident of India and lived in Vrindavan Dham. He was serious in chanting, yatra, and kirtan apart from a perfect bhakta. Once, while he chanted, Srila Prabhupada was seen jumping, and probably he blessed Aindra to be perfect in his profession. His departure is not ordinary and it is a perfect example of a success story. He established devotional service with untiring chanting twenty-four hours a day.”
Thakurani Mataji said, “I arrived in Vrindavan fifteen years ago. One day I was cleaning the temple and moved the furniture. Kirtan was on then. Suddenly, a man thundered at me and said, “I am a singer you know, I cannot tolerate this noise.” Gradually, I was attracted to Aindra Prabhu’s exceptional style of tireless kirtans and he always advised us to perform the chants and engage in devotional service. Even great devotees had to undergo extreme sufferings like Haridasa Thakura and the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Aindra Prabhu’s departure was the plan of the Super Personality of Godhead, Radhkrishna. His loss is painful to all of us, but he set a perfect example for many to emulate.”
HH Vir Krishna Goswami said, “Once on Srila Prabhupada’s disappearance day, I heard Aindra Prabhu speak of his Guru Maharaj, and it was exceptional. He said, “I joined to chant Hare Krishna Mahamantra, Prabhupada told me. Harinam, Harinam and kirtanas and there is no other way.” In retrospect, I told him, “There is some other way.” Aindra Prabhu said, “There is no other way, rascal.” Aindra Prabhu continued, “Caitanya Mahaprabhu’s drive to spread Krishna consciousness made me here. People practiced yoga (meditation) in sattya-yuga, they executed homas (sacrifices) in treta-yuga, performed temple worship in dvapara-yuga, and sankirtana is the only way to succeed in kali-yuga. Krishna is the essence of all means of worship.” Aindraprabhu’s dedication was so exemplary, I can’t find anyone who can set such an example. He taught us to appreciate each other. We should serve the Vaishnavas. We shall stress to render service to Aindra Prabhu to chant and dance, and it is the frontal priority to engage in the twenty-four hour Harinam Sankirtana.”
Daivi Shakti Mataji said, “Aindra Prabhu’s departure shocked me. He was a great inspiration to me and many others. His kirtanas were absorbing and perhaps hard to imitate. Radhakrishna took him away eternally. All of us feel the loss and I miss him so much. Like Aindra, we should also engage in kirtanas and reading Vaishnava literatures to receive the opportunity to engage in eternally serving Radha-Shyamsunder.”
HG Bhuvanesvar Prabhu said, “Aindra Prabhu and I have arrived in Vrindavan to live in Vraja Dhama. He had exceptional strength and capability to be busy in Harinama sankirtana for twenty-four hours a day and he inspired many people including myself. He was planning to board a bus to sing kirtans. He followed the round the clock kirtanas as Prabhupada instructed him. He made it not 100 percent, but 200 percent. He can just make it go, go and go in the Brahmacari Ashram. He was perfectly dedicated to Srila Prabhupada until he fulfilled Prabhupada’s mission. His loss shocked me and many of us, but his perfect departure from here and return to Godhead is again a great example.”
Manjari Mataji said, “Aindra Prabhu’s departure is shocking to all of us and especially to me because I regarded him as a great example to follow. Once he said, “Eternal associates with Krishna are joyful like the Gopis.” He was a staunch brahmacari. Once I asked, “What is the mood of Prabhupada?” Aindra Prabhu said, “I have no experience. We understand the eternal mood of Caitanya Mahaprabhu from Caitanya Caritamrta. It may be Prabhupada’s mood as well.” He wanted us to understand that Prabhupada came to give us Krishna. I believe chanting is the eternal mood of Caitanya Mahaprabhu and Prabhupada returned distributing parama bhakti towards Radhakrishna. He wanted us to learn Gaura Nitai’s life and become a Gaura-bhakt and perform His wishes.”
Devkinandan Prabhu said, “We are sad about Aindraprabhu’s sudden departure
to Godhead. He always said, “Chanting of Harinam or sankirtana is the mission
of life.” He simply carried out the instruction of Srila Prabhupada to
maximum perfection possible for a person. When it came out from Prabhupada
and Aindra Prabhu, it was blissful and awakening. I saw people dancing
in ecstasy while Aindra Prabhu chanted amazingly. People never missed his
kirtans because it was full of loving bhakti. Aindra Prabhu had great enthusiasm
about kirtan and serving devotees. He was a picture of perfection to many
devotees. He visited us and showered his blessings and gave nectarine lectures,
and I cannot forget the blissful experiences with him. He perfectly followed
the six principles of devotional services. With least preparation, he gave
hours and hours of lectures. He explained the philosophy in a simple way
easy to understand and he had profound knowledge of the Vedic scriptures.
His material body transformed into a spiritual body and now serving eternally
in Vrindavan Dham. His feelings are always with us and he taught us to
recite Harinama offenselessly. He showed perfect love and simplicity free
from anger. Following him, we can develop perfect bhakti and reach Goloka
and meet him.”
Srimati Mataji said, “It was shocking to all of us the great departure of Aindra Prabhu. Yuga-dharma is aware to all devotees. Aindra Prabhu understood it and followed it perfectly. He continued his morning kirtans for four and half hours tirelessly. I felt his presence strongly and wondered how it was possible! I regret his absence very very deep. His chants, sankirtana and the Vaishnava style of living were pouring influences to many devotees. His enthusiasm was extremely rare. Such a devotee is special discussing hours and hours glorifying God and we all wish to serve as he taught. His loss is a great miss and may his soul rest in peace with Radhakrishna.”
Matsya Prabhu said, “Aindra Prabhu’s sudden departure is a great loss to us. He taught us to remember him always. Although he was exceptional in bhakti and sankirtana, he didn’t give me a way to do it. He taught us how to approach the Lord and take up devotional service. His personality is revealed in his book (the book is still under print and not yet published). He served in Vrindavan and Mayapur and learned perfectly how to approach Radhakrishna. His explanations are great giving minute details. Let his soul rest in Goloka enjoying the wonderful pastimes of Radhakrishna.”
HG Premkishore Kishore Prabhu said, “The loss of Aindra Prabhu is hard to believe for all of us and especially to me. He talked about very high things. He taught us how to head to deal with spiritual devotion. It is difficult to be Krishna conscious. Day in and out, he encouraged devotees in perfect devotional life and recite the Harinam sankirtana. He taught us how to chant the Hare Krishna Mahamatra tirelessly. With his message, we should take up to perfect bhakti. He minutely showed an example what it takes to surrender. At the moment of death how to remember Krishna, and Aindra Prabhu was perfect in it. He was very simple and followed his Guru perfectly. He has reached the eternal abode of Radhakrishna and enjoying their nityalilas.
Radha Sundari Mataji said, “Aindra Prabhu arrived to Vrindavan to keep alive the twenty-four hour kirtana. Anyone met, he called, “come and come for kirtans.” He was always a special master to many young devotees. He often said, “You cannot go away. Come and enjoy the glories of Vrindavan.” When I asked what simplicity means, he said, “Simplicity means what Krishna tells from the heart.” When sought about how to approach the Lord, he said, “You have to first get Gaura Nitai’s mercy.” Once he said, “You know the way I want to die?” I meddled, “Why talk about it now, a long way ahead.” Aindra Prabhu said, “I want to be alone at the lotus feet of Gaura Nitai.” Aindra Prabhu was special to all, but I felt he was very special to me. His loss is a shock to me, an irreparable loss. May his soul rest in peace in Goloka Vrindavan.”
Mahamantra Prabhu said, “Aindra Prabhu did excellent kirtans and he always reached Vrindavan at around 6.00 PM. and I always attended his kirtanas from behind close to him. He joined ISKCON in 1973 from Washington D.C. He reached Vrindavan in 1986. There are so many fans of Aindra Prabhu. He attracted very much love from people and he had sub-connection with Prabhupada. Once I enquired, “Did Prabhupada give you sannyasa?” He said, “Prabhupada gave me sannyasa.” I said, “Prabhupada noted you devotees who can chant well.” Whenever he chanted, all those listened to him were drawn to the ocean of bliss. His loss is hard to believe. May his soul rest in peace and enjoy the blissful pastimes of Gaura-Nitai and Radhakrishna in Goloka Vrindavan.”
Mahadevi Mataji said, “It was with great regret that I learned Aindra Prabhu’s sudden departure. He was a man of extremely special behaviour and he loved everyone and all who met him too loved him. He was an inspiration to many and especially I earned formidably from him how to chant and how to surrender to Krishna. I was encouraged by Aindra Prabhu’s influence. He had such a fine nature and RadhaShyam decided to take him back. I miss his association deeply. May his soul rest in peace with the blessings of Radhakrishna and Gaura Nitai.”
Giridhari Prabhu said, “The disappearance of Aindraprabhu was hard to believe. Once I asked him, “Please tell me the best way how can get bhakti?” Aindra Prabhu said, “Eat prasadam and always chant, Hare Krishna Mahamantra.” Once he said, “I’m surrendered to Radharani.” He actually was perfectly surrendered to Radharani.” Day by day dandavat is a perfect way of surrendering to Gaura-Nitai and Radhakrishna. His supplication to Gaura-Nitai at the last moment was his test of success. His return was properly arranged. Even if he is away, his presence is always in Vrindavan. Let him enjoy the nitya-lilas of Radhakrishna at Goloka Vrindavan.”
Preetidasi Mataji said, “Aindra Prabhu influenced me very much and his return is hard to believe. His association always gave me so much confidence and it is hard to explain. He left all of us and all the salagramas he made, and it is hard for me to forget him. He was so much to me and his presence and directions gave me so much inspiration. Whenever I asked, how can I receive perfect devotion, he always answered, “chanting and self surrender are the best. I gave everything in my book.” Let him rest at peace and let him be one of the eternal servants of Radha-Shyamsunder.”
Mukunda Dutta Prahhu said, “Aindra Prabhu’s departure was a great loss to all devotees. I couldn’t believe his return to Godhead. He often came for mangalarti and continued his kirtan. He usually arrived between 6.00 and 6.30 in the evening and performed kirtan. It was always practical in his approach. Once he said, “I always feel the presence of my Guru Maharaj. One can receive perfect bhakti by worshipping the devotees, listening to the Bhagavat-katha, chanting, and understanding the message of Bhagavatam.” I have great respect for his pastimes especially japa. In New York, he moved in a truck and it was like a small temple and he chanted the holy name of Lord and enlightened all he met. His kirtans in New York were interesting and I also attended. His Bhagavad katha inspired me and many. He loved sweets very much. He observed catur-masya-vrata. Aindra Prabhu was one of my Shiksha-gurus. He was exceptional. He was soft like a rose, but heavy like a rock. He had high relationship with his Guru and shisyatvam is the blessing to seek Radhakrishna. I am inspired by his mercy. How to serve and perfect my duties, I learned from Aindra Prabhu. He had high respect for service. He set an example of a sannyasi and a perfect example of following the guru-parampara. He is still with us here, although he moved to Goloka forever.”
Bhagavad Puran Prabhu said, “The loss of Aindra Prabhu is irreparable
and his presence was a thrill to all who met him, and I derived great pleasure
from his association. Many people and I have been inspired by his Harinam-sankirtan.
His kirtans attracted many wherever he went. Let his soul rest in peace
and let him serve Radha-Shyamsunder in Goloka Vrindavan forever.”
HH Lokanath Swami said, (Pancagauda Prabhu read out the message ), “I was shocked and shattered by the sudden departure of Aindra Prabhu. Hearing this news, I took shelter of kirtans. He excelled in his kirtan and bhajan. He distributed the blessing of Prabhupada in New York for eight years. Then he moved to perform kirtan in the Krishna Balaram temple at Vrindavan. Once when Prabhupada arrived, he asked him, “What are you doing?” I am doing Harinam-kirtan and book distribution.” The best of gosti anandi is the best of bhajan-anandi. He had a unique style of performing kirtans. Aindra and kirtan have become household words. We shared platforms together in Vrindavan and Mayapur. He inspired me and he was one of my spiritual hearers. Hopefully I join you wherever you are.”
HG Pancagauda Prabhu concluded the gathering and said about Aindra Prabhu, “His is a great loss to all of us. He was unique in kirtans and well supportive. Let him be at peace with Radha-Govinda and enjoy their glorious nitya-lilas forever.”
At 1.30 PM, bhogas and puspanjali were held. At 2.00 PM, a sumptuous feast was held in memory of Aindra Prabhu and prasadam was distributed too those gathered.
Again the devotees of Vrindavan convened at the Krishna-Balaram temple at 7.30 PM and many devotees spoke their cherishing memories about Aindra Prabhu. The assembly continued up till 11.30 PM. Many were in tears when they spoke of their lost friend, inspirer, leader, master, and guru. Even though Aindra Prabhu was a loss to the Bhuloka-Vrindavan, he will be a great gain to the Goloka Vrindavan and we cherish your glories in the depth of our hearts. Aindra Prabhu left us drinking the nectarine anitya-lilas in this mortal world, but he will be enjoying the nitya-lilas forever with Radha-Shyamsunder. Let Aindra Prabhu ever live in the memories of the devotees of Vrindavan and the Vrajavasis. Let Aindra Prabhu’s inspiration spread far and wide all over the globe through the recorded CDs of his masterpiece and his book expected to be published soon.
Aindra Prabhu's Samadhi
Gopal prabhu applies tilak
Mukunda Datta prabhu heading the pujas
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Lord Nityananda's Appearance day 2011
and how Aindra prabhu's legacy is being lovingly preserved by his followers