Saturday, November 3, 2007

Interview with Nirguna Krishna Prabhu few days before he left for Krishna-loka

by Vrindavan Lila Dasi

Nirguna Krishna Prabhu left his body in Mayapur, November 3, 2007.
He was a sankirtan devotee all his life and at the end of his life he was surrounded by many many devotees, who assisted him in every way and keeping company, chanting kirtan.
Janmastami Prabhu and Sankalpa Mataji are proved to be great friends, as it is them who facilitated Nirguna Prabhu at the last stage of his life, giving all nessesary support and arrangements.

In this video clip you can see Nirguna Prabhu in his last days and hear interview he gave some days before he left his body. Now he is to joined Srila Prabhupada and Lord Chaitanya's eternal sankirtan pastimes.

It's a great fortune to leave body with such excelent assistance as devotees of Mayapur community provided, leaded by Janmastami Prabhu and his wife Sankalpa Mataji.
Ramadevi Mataji spend a LOT of time and energy caring for Nirguna Prabhu, and so many other devotees.
H.H. Bhakti Vishrambha Madhava Swami was dutifully at Nirguna Prabhu's side reading Chaitanya Bhagavata and Hari Sauri Prabhu was reading Srila Prabhupada pastimes - every day.


Dwarakadisa das said...

Thank you so much for posting this very moving tribute to Nirguna Krishna prabhu.
All Glories to the Vaisnavas.
Dwarakadisa das U.K.

Bill Duke said...

Hare Krishna.
Please accept my humble obeisances.
All glories to Srila Prabhupada.
All glories to Srila Prabhupada's faithful servant Nirguna Prabhu.

Thank you Vrindavan Lila et al for this site. For this post in particular.

I am here in Nashville Tennessee. Nirguna was a past president at the Murari Farm. It is my understanding he had mostly been stationed out of the Atlanta Temple lately.
He of course is therefor well known and loved by all of us here in this area.

I was very fortunate to have his association. And was especially blessed in that last year he stayed four nights with us.

You left in a glorious fashion Prabhu.
Your life was the price.
Paid in full.

Thank you Nirguna Prabhu. I pray I can somehow serve you, serve this movement. Serve Srila Prabhupada.

You spent your whole spiritual life doing what all followers of Srila Prabhupada must want to do -- tell others, give them Srila Prabhupada's books.

It was really a great pleasure to host you as I mentioned. Getting to know devotees is always good.

I pray we can all appreciate each other and keep on pushing on the movement.

Thank you,

your servant,
Bill Duke

Sakhya said...

I was staying in Atlanta with my family in 1988 and was privilaged to be welcomed and picked up at the airport by Nirguna prabhu driving an old Buick. I saw Nirguna prabhu go out every day on book distribution, he was like a human dynamo dashing here and there. He never seemed to stop or slow down. I believe the Nirguna prabhu has perfectly utilized his human form of life and has died a glorious and wonderful death.