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If you are new to the spiritual drama and philosophy of India, or if you are a seasoned conisseur, you will delight in the divine love evoked in this enthralling velization of the Srimad Bhagavatam's first canto. Vraja Kishor presents the beautiful story and message of India's most beloved Purana in refreshingly straightforward, direct and artistic language. Beautiful Tales of the All-Attractive brings out the subtleties and nuances of the original Sanskrit poetry without ever becoming bulky, cumbersome, or dull.
Vraja Kishor was discovered by Bhakti-Yoga ( The yoga of divine love ) in 1989 as the unlikely result of his involvement in Punk Rock! He became formally initiated into Sri Caitanya's Rupanuga Bhakti-Sadhana in 1992 and personally learned the classical Sanskrit scriptures (Bhagavad-Gita, Bhagavata-Purana, Bhakti-Rasamrta-Sindhu, etc) from his kind guru. He is the author of several philosophical and devotional magazines and booklets that were important in the sub-cultural evolution in America via the straight-edge punk scene. Was a regular columnist in Back to Godhead magazine. He helped his guru write a book on Bhakti-Rasamrita-Sindhu. Currently he is writing prolifically and producing many books, including: 27 Stars 27 Gods: The Astrological Mythology of Ancient India. In 1997 he married Shyama Sakhi. They are raising three children. Since 2009 they live in South-West Japan and have a small, friendly, Krishna temple in their home, called the Ter Kadamba Mandir. He and his wife also record and distribute musical kirtan under that same name.