Report by Harivilasa das*
Since his arrival at New Radhakunda, outside of Stockholm (2 June), Kadamba Kanana Swami has spent the most part of every day in his room, or what he calls “the cave” (picture attached)! He emerges at breakfast and lunch time, and then re-enters the cave where he types away on his MacBook. He is finishing a book that he has been working on for the last five years. Trying to write while travelling around the world is a difficult business and this month of dedicated writing time is needed to bring everything together…
The rooms here are equipped with huge soundproof double-doors but it is rarely necessary to use them as New Radhakunda is very peaceful and quiet – the perfect place for writing! However, even peaceful and quiet has to be balanced out by some action and loud transcendental noises, so on Sundays, Maharaj puts down his pen (or closes his laptop) and gives the morning Srimad Bhagavatam class at New Radhakunda and the Sunday feast class at the Hare Krsna Centre in Stockholm. On Sunday (15 June), the class focused on the Panihati Festival which was celebrated.
*Harivilasa Das is from Stellenbosch, South Africa. He is currently assisting Kadamba Kanana Swami with various services.
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