Tamal Krishna Goswami’s Mother Lore Passes On at 92
Tamal Krishna Goswami’s Published PhD Thesis Unveiled in Dallas
Although ISKCON guru Tamal Krishna Goswami passed away in 2002 at the age of fifty six, his mother Lore Garrick—affectionately known to devotees as “Mother Lore” or to TKG disciples as “Grandma”—outlived him by eleven years. Her life was a fascinating one.
Around 300 devotees gathered at Sri Sri Radha-Kalachandji temple in Dallas on Sunday, June 24th, to celebrate the book launch of A Living Theology of Krishna Bhakti, Tamal Krishna Goswami’s posthumously released PhD thesis, published by Oxford University Press in New York.
Tamal Krishna Goswami’s Long-Awaited PhD Thesis Nears Release
“It’s been thought that if you’re a scholar of your own tradition, you’re not going to be very effective or objective—but Tamal Krishna Goswami has blown that theory out of the water. He even proves that there’s actually an advantage to being both a practioner and a scholar” - says Garuda Das.
A Living Theology of Krishna Bhakti: The Essential Teachings of A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
Devotees Open New Temple in Sigatoka, Fijian Islands Style
The late Tamal Krishna Goswami`s Ph.D. thesis entitled as A Living Theology of Krishna Bhakti: The Essential Teachings of A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada is going to be released soon by Oxford University Press, USA. The book includes a critical introduction and conclusion by Graham M. Schweig.
Hundreds of local and international devotees will flock to Sigatoka on the beautiful island of Fiji this November 19th to 27th to attend the opening of a stunning new temple, followed by a unique spiritual festival.
Cambridge Installs Tamal Krishna Goswami Memorial Bench
Friends and colleagues joined ISKCON devotees to inaugurate a memorial bench in honor of Tamal Krishna Goswami, on the grounds of Cambridge University’s Clare Hall this November 25th.