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Hare Krishna! The Mantra, the Movement and the Swami Who Started It All is a movie starring A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami, Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati, and George Harrison. "Hare Krishna!" is a documentary on the life of Srila Prabhupada,...

Jean Griesser, Lauren Ross, Nitin G., John Griesser
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami, Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati, George Harrison, Ravi Shankar

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Genres Documentary
Director Jean Griesser, Lauren Ross, Nitin G., John Griesser
Writer Jean Griesser, Mukunda Das, Mukunda Michael Dewil
Stars A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami, Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati, George Harrison, Ravi Shankar
Country USA
Also Known As Hare Krishna: El swami que lo comenzó todo, Hare Krishna: El Swami que lo comenzó todo, Historien om Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna! The Mantra, the Movement and the Swami Who Started It, Hare Krishna!: El mantra el movimiento y el swami que comenzó todo, Hare Krishna!, Hare Krishna! Il Mantra, il Movimento e lo Swami che ha dato inizio a tutto
Runtime 1 h 30 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description "Hare Krishna!" is a documentary on the life of Srila Prabhupada, the 70-year-old Indian Swami who arrives in America without support or money and ignites a worldwide spiritual phenomenon, now known as the Hare Krishna Movement.

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Tuesday, 21 Jul 2020 08:18

In a nutshell, this is a movie about a Hindu "Hindu-Buddhist" (Hinduism and Buddhism are NOT the same thing!) guru, who, after 20 years, after decades of personal struggle and teaching, finally gets the chance to "serve" (see what I mean?) God. The movie is not what you expect it to be. The Indian government is portrayed as being very un-ambitious in their attempts to deny the true nature of this guru. In fact, the movie was released in the midst of a government-sponsored anti-Hindu propaganda campaign. What was the result? Well, the movie would be considered a "non-violent" movie if it weren't for the fact that it ends with the Guru being assassinated by a "non-violent" Indian police officer. (I suppose that a "non-violent" Sikh police officer would have killed the Guru if he'd had the chance to do so, but that's not the point here). The Indian government is depicted as being very, very evil. The Guru's actions and teachings are depicted as being "evil". This is all an attempt to deny the "true nature" of this guru. The movie is NOTHING like it would have you believe. It's not about "love" (although that's an important element) or "truth" (although it's an important element). It's about Hinduism and Buddhism. This is NOT a "real" movie. It's a movie about the Hindu-Buddhist religion. So, if you are an Indian, or a Buddhist, or Hindu or any other religion, you will NOT like the movie. It is a movie about a religion, and a religion is NOT something to be honored with a "Hollywood" ending. The fact that this movie was allowed to be released in the first place is a HUGE problem. I hope this movie will go down in history as a lesson to those who make movies about religions and/or religions. It's a movie about a religion, and that religion is Hinduism and Buddhism.
Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 07:09

My sincere thanks to the Director for taking up this project. I'm not really much into Ayurveda but this documentary has definitely opened my eyes. I really don't know where to begin with this documentary. It's simply so much more than what it first appears. The documentary takes a backseat to the spiritual practices of Ayurveda. There's a sense of awe and amazement in watching this documentary. There's also an insight that there are spiritual paths and different spiritual practices. The Director has beautifully captured the various styles and techniques of Ayurveda. There's the simple and simple-trying-to-improve-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a-little-thing-with-a
Saturday, 23 May 2020 12:53

This is a great film to watch if you are interested in Yoga and Kundalini. If you are looking for a film with lots of action, this film is not for you. It is definitely not the type of film you want to watch while you are meditating. However, it is definitely a great film for those who are interested in Yoga. The title of this film is very misleading. It is more of a documentary on the history of Yoga. This is why I think this film is great. It is about the Yoga movement, not about a guru or even about the movement itself. The documentary does an excellent job of showing the history of Yoga. It shows how people came to practice Yoga and why some people prefer to do it, and how it evolved. It also shows the actual movements of Yoga, including the famous downward facing dog pose and the lunges. It also shows how Yoga came about and shows that it is a spiritual practice. It is not just about having a yoga teacher or even about Yoga itself. The documentary is great because it shows the history of Yoga, the history of the Yogis and how they practiced it, and the history of yoga in general. It also shows how people practice Yoga and how it has evolved over time. Overall, the documentary is very informative and well-written. It has good actors, a good script, and it is a great documentary. If you are interested in Yoga and are interested in the history of Yoga, this is the film to watch. If you want to watch a documentary on the history of Yoga, then this is not the film you want to watch.

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