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Re[2]: Krishna Premee

Ramesh_Srinivasaraghavan_at_email.fpl.com
Date: Wed Dec 20 1995 - 09:08:45 PST

     Radhe Krishna ! 
     Please accept my salutations.
     
     There has probably not been a person who has not been moved closer to 
     God, even after listening to Sri Krishna Premee. I am among the 
     fortunate many to have had the opportunity to attend a series of Sri 
     KrishnaPremee's SriRamayanam discourses at AyodhyaMandapam (Mambalam) 
     a couple of years back. 
     
     I also happened to listen to some of his tapes from the collection on 
     "acharyavaibhavam" (or is it yatirajavaibhavam ?. Needless to say, I 
     was transported by his magical voice and presentation to the very 
     times of our acharyas. I even tried to order (when I was in India) the 
     collection based on a Salem address provided on the cassette cover; 
     but I got no response from the publisher. This tape should be 
     invaluable, if the CDROM project also intends to put
     in some information about our acharyapurusa's. 
     
     
     I cant forget that majestic voice beginning the discourse with the
     "Kaveri tate ..." shloka. He always ends a day's discourse with a chanting
     of 
        "Hare Rama Hare Rama, Rama Rama Hare Hare 
         Hare Krsna Hare Krsna, Krsna Krsna Hare Hare"

     Regards.

     adiyen Madurakavidasan,
     Ramesh Srinivasaraghavan

    

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Subject: Re: Krishna Premee
Author:  Jaganath.Bharadwaj@nrecatao.nreca.org at Internet-Mail
Date:    12/20/95 11:08 AM


I have had the opportunity to listen to some of Krishna Premee tapes 
on Ramayana and Bhagavatam.  His mix of philosophy is very 
interesting.  His recitation of Mantras at the beginning of a 
discourse seems to indicate Madhva origin.  He talks a lot about 
Azhwars especially Vipra Narayana.  His philosophical base seems to 
match most closely with the Gaudiya Sampradaya.  One can forget the 
rest of the world when listening to his tapes and get immersed in 
Bhagavan.
     
Jaganath.