Hare krishna The Mantra Movie review: Story of Srila Prabhupada, founder of ISKCON

Hare krishna The Mantra Movie review: Story of Srila Prabhupada, founder of ISKCON

Hare Krishna The Mantra is the movie is based on spiritual journey of the Swami who Started Hare Krishna-Hare Rama. The Movie reveals an inner glow of the person through journey of spiritual wisdom. Its a cinematic flow that takes you out of the theatre and into the moment,” says La Yoga.  George Harrison shared with media that movie is telling us about Srila Prabhupada and his amazing movement of “Hare Krishna”. The film provides an uplifting spiritual experience, regardless of one’s beliefs or personal religion according to the Red Carpet Crash. The Movie is based on the Srila Prabhupada, who is the spiritual teacher and the founder preceptor of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), commonly called as the “Hare Krishna Movement”.

In 1965 when the whole of America was questioning the rampant societal norms in the country, a 70 years old Swami named as Srila Prabhupada, set foot in the land of the free, without any money or followers. The documentary Hare Krishna – The Mantra, sheds light on how Swami Prabhupada exploded onto the scene, causing a worldwide cultural and spiritual revolution. It is now came to be known through the Hare Krishna movement- a movement which affected the common folk as well as The Beatles.

He was successful in acquiring followers in the United States, Europe, India and other countries also he has been described as a charismatic leader, in the sense used by sociologist Max Weber. Hare Krishna The Mantra, is directed by John Griesser and starrer by Boy George, Guru Das and Sally Aggarwal. The movie Hit the theater today and worth to watch to know about unknown story of Srila Prabhupada and their belief in the Hindu God, Lord Krishna, to everyone. The movie is artfully created presenting Hare Krishna movement through great graphics and cinematic art.

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