Muraru Sevaka Leadership Change
Posted January 27, 2011
I would like the devotees to know of some recent changes at Murari Sevaka dhama. We are very happy to announce that Gadi Prabhu has agreed to become the Temple President for Murari Sevaka. He has been spending the majority of his time the last few months at Murari, and has made a firm commitment to dedicate the large majority of his time to the project. He will be primarily living on the farm, and as his other obligations wind down, will be permanently located at Murari Sevaka.
We feel very fortunate to have a senior devotee of Gadi’s character and advancement to help guide this project. Gadi Prabhu is a disciple of Srila Prabhupada who has served in the Southeast USA for many years. Many of us know him as an ecstatic kirtan leader and strong preacher of Krishna Consciousness. He has lived at Murari in the past, and was largely responsible for originally bringing Nitai Gouracandra to the temple. He has a very rare dedication and spiritual inspiration to serving the deities and devotees, and developing the Murari Sevaka project to please Srila Prabhupada.
We also wish to offer our thanks and deepest appreciation for the many years of selfless service that Gayatri Prabhu has dedicated to Murari Sevaka. He has served Nitai Gouracandra and the temple for over 20 years, and stayed and served through many difficult years, when very few devotees supported the project. Gayatri Prabhu has whole-heartedly endorsed Gadi taking on the service as temple president, and has agreed that this changed is best for the development of Murari Sevaka.
Gayatri Prabhu will remain on the Board of Directors for Murari Sevaka, and we look forward to many more years of active service to their Lordships Nitai Gouracandra. The current Board of Directors for Murari Sevaka consists of Balvanta, Gadi, Gayatri, John Aquila , Sikhi Pritchidhari, and Tamohara.
We have great confidence that our current team will help Murari Sevaka develop and realize its potential. We have many exciting plans to develop the deity worship, devotee relationships, festivals, farming and self-sufficiency, a retreat center, and provide a beautiful, peaceful Krishna Conscious environment for devotees to visit and live.
The Murari Sevaka's
PO Box 108
Lynchburg, TN 37352
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