Srila Prabhupada Training Disciples - his schools
As a well-wishing teacher, guide, and guru, Srila Prabhupada constantly trained students to progress to more mature stages of discipleship. His numerous instructions were recorded in his books, letters, lectures, and conversations. After many years of thematically mapping those instructions, Vanipedia now offers these introductory articles showing the training Srila Prabhupada personally imparted to his disciples. A delightful presentation of his instructions on schools is found within this Vaniquotes category - Our Schools (Disciples of SP).
An introduction is given below in the following NUMBER quotes.
Quotes from Srila Prabhupada's teachings
|Gurukula is only for the small children. Preliminary, primary. And when the children are grown up, they should be sent to the varṇāśrama school or college for further developed training. (Morning Walk, 14 March 1974, Vrndavana)|
|Go on writing more books; we need many such books for distributing to the public schools as well as for our own schools and send me the draft copies as you make them up. I will be very glad to see to them. (Letter, 4 October 1970, Calcutta)|
|I am very much anxious to open schools for educating children of responsible leaders in our Krishna Consciousness way of life, especially also in India. (Letter, 12 November 1971, Delhi)|
|I am very glad to see your enthusiasm in the matter of starting a Krishna Consciousness primary school in New Vrindaban and it will be just befitting that you become the head-mistress of the schoo. (Letter, 17 December 1968, Los Angeles)|
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Vanipedia has now over 458 introductory articles compiled from Srila Prabhupada's teachings from the series Srila Prabhupada Training Disciples. All these articles can be seen in the Table of Content on the right side of this article and also here in this Umbrella Category. Browse through them to relish the many various kinds of instructions given by Srila Prabhupada to his disciples. - There is a subject for everyone.