Chant Mala Visits the Widows of Vrindavan
Our traveling mala arrived from Assam, fully acclimated to life in India. Our first journey together was to Radharaman, one of the oldest (constructed in 1542 AD) and most revered temple in Vrindavan. Here, we offered the mala at the altar of the deities for a blessing. After that we spent our days traveling together around Vrindavan... Continue reading...
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