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Most of what you'll find here streams to your computer or smart phone. Some of it is available for download. Scroll through and listen to new stuff in the playlist above. To search audio by category, click on the links in the left navigation menu.

Listen to Harinama Chintamani dasi's narrations of the four chapters of Srila Prabhupada's Krsna book describing the Govardhana pastime

Prayers by the Demigods for Lord Krishna in the Womb, from the Srimad Bhagavatam.

Short inspirational excerpts from Srila Prabhupada’s lectures that illuminate and clarify Krishna consciousness, its philosophy, and it

Harinama Chintamani Dasi narrates pastimes of Srila Prabhupada as told by his early associates in the book "Our Srila Prabhupada: A Fri

There was blood everywhere. His father was dead. He did not fear his father’s killer. This is what he said.

In this recording, Harinama dasi glorifies and emphasizes the divine mood of separation from Krishna.