New Article

ISKCON Studies JournalMy article ‘The Hare Kṛṣṇa Movement and Western Cultural Identity: Education, Preaching, Conversion’ is now available in the new issue of the ISKCON Studies Journal, the journal of the ISKCON Studies Institute, a subdivision of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies.

For those not familiar with the system of Sanskrit transliteration used in academic publications in the field of Hindu studies and indology, I add that “Kṛṣṇa” can also be written without diacritics, as “Krishna” (see my posts Sanskrit Transliteration and Sanskrit Transliteration, 2); the diacritics were added by the editor. The Hare Krishna movement is a colloquial name for ISKCON, i.e. the International Society for Krishna Consciousness.

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