*For Regular CD Players*


Full Set of Srila Prabhupada Lectures - 22 MP3's (arranged by verse) 20.00
Full Set of Srila Prabhupada Lectures - 35 MP3's (arranged by date) 31.50
Full Set of Srila Prabhupada Songs - 34 Regular Audio CDs 30.50
Full Set of Srila Prabhupada Video's - 29 VCD's (29 hours) 26.00
All Sets include Free Veda Base [Complete Works of Srila Prabhupada]
All prices include postage costs.
Full Set of Srila Prabhupada Video's - 29 VCD's, (29 hours)

To provide devotees with access to Srila Prabhupada's Video and Film recordings we are offering twenty nine hours of Prabhupada Videos on VCD's.

These videos can be played on computers and on DVD players. The quality is good and the videos will play on any PC with at least a Pentium-II and 64 MB of RAM.


Full Set of Srila Prabhupada Lectures - 22 MP3's (arranged by verse)

The new set of 21 MP3 CD-ROM's containing the complete collection of Prabhupada's audio recordings. Plays on computers and most portable MP3 players. Many improvements over previous MP3 sets.


  • Each file contains one complete class only: This eliminates the problem where classes continue from side A to side B of a tape. With this set there is no interruption. The entire class plays without a break. Also means one can play the clips randomly while still hearing complete classes.

  • Easy to find classes, morning walks, etc: All classes are listed together with, for example, all Bhagavad-gita classes together sorted by verse number. Also all morning walks are listed together. Many devotees like to listen to the morning walks but previoulsy this was difficult as they are mixed up with everything else on other MP3 sets and the original tapes. With this set all the morning walks are listed together with the description, date and location clearly listed in the file name. One simply has to click on the file name to play... So it is VERY easy to find and play what you are looking for both on a computer or a portable MP3 player.

  • Less Expensive: The set fits on 21 disks instead of 35 therefore at 48.00 it is considerably less expensive.

  • Plays on Computers and Most Portable Players: These are standard mono MP3 clips recorded at 32 kbps and 22 kHz and will play on computers and most portable players. Also plays on Mac computers.

  • Descriptive File Names: In other sets the filenames are simply the original tape number, eg: 66_029_A.MP3, they give no information whatsoever about what the file is. This means a seperate index file is required to work out what each file contains. However, with this new MP3 set, the filenames are fully descriptive, eg: BG 6.1-4__You Serve Krishna Or Maya__05sep66_NY.MP3 So simply by looking at the file name you get the complete information about the contents of the clip. This is wonderful if you are playing the MP3's on a portable player as they cannot, of course, read the index files, but they do display the file names.

  • Full ID3 File Information: The MP3 file structure provides for descriptive information to be stored about the clip within the file. This information is displayed by the player when the clip is playing and also enables MP3 managing programs to sort and select clips. On other MP3 sets this information is COMPLETELY BLANK. That means when the clip is playing there is no information whatsoever displayed... On this set all entries are compleated as follows: Title (title), Artist (book, verse number eg: Bg 4.34), Album (original tape no eg: 66-022a), Year (year recorded), Comment (date recorded, location)


The Disks Are:

  • Bhagavad-gita Classes 1

  • Bhagavad-gita Classes 2

  • Bhagavad-gita Classes 3

  • Bhagavad-gita Classes 4 plus Interviews

  • Caitanya-caritamrta Classes plus Addresses

  • Conversations 1

  • Conversations 2

  • Conversations 3 plus NOD Classes plus ISO Classes

  • Lectures

  • Morning Walks 1

  • Morning Walks 2 plus Extra Lectures

  • Krsna Book Dictation Tapes

  • Srimad-Bhagavatam Classes 1

  • Srimad-Bhagavatam Classes 2

  • Srimad-Bhagavatam Classes 3

  • Srimad-Bhagavatam Classes 4

  • Srimad-Bhagavatam Classes 5

  • Srimad-Bhagavatam Classes 6

  • Bhajans 1

  • Bhajans 2

  • Bhajans 3

  • Bhajans


Full Set of Srila Prabhupada Songs - 34 Regular Audio CDs


Transcendental Ecstasy Volume 1 and 2.  Hare Krishna Maha-Mantra Chants (One can chant in response to Srila Prabhupada!)


The Vintage Series (Volumes 1-17) — Rare recordings of prayers and bhajans. 

Krsna Meditations — Sri Sri Sad-gosvamy-astaka, Gaura Pahou, Savarana-sri-gaura-pada-padme (Sri Krsna Caitanya Prabhu), Sri Vraja-dhama-mahimamrta, Sri Nama-kirtana (Yasomati-nandana). CD1.

Hare Krsna, Classics and Originals — Sri Sri Sad-gosvamy-astaka, Sri Brahma-Samhita (Cintamani), Hare Krsna Mantra, Sri Sri Gurvastaka, Jaya Radha-Madhava, and purports. CD2.

Songs of the Spiritual Masters — Nama-sankirtana (Yadavaya madhavaya), Arunodaya-kirtana (part 2), Sri Nama (Gay gaura madhur sware), Narada Muni Bhajaya Vina, and purports. CD3.

Sri Brahma Samhita — Sri Brahma Samhita (Cintamani), Ista-deve Vijnapti (Hari Hari Bifale), Sri Dasavatara-stotra (Jaya Jagadisa Hare), Hare Krsna Kirtana. CD4.

Prabhupada Bhajans — Manasa Deha Geha, Sri Krsna Caitanya Prabhu, Bhajahu Re Mana, and purports. CD5.

Vibhavari Sesa — Vibhavari Sesa, Anadi-Karama-Phale, and purports. CD7.

Dasavatara — Sri Dasavatara-stotra, Amara Jivana, and purports. CD8.

Jaya Radhe Jaya Krsna — Savarana-Gaura-Mahima (Gaurangera Duti Pada), Sri Sri Gaura-Nityanander Daya (Parama Karuna), Sri Brahma-Samhita (Cintamani), Nityananda-Nistha (Nitai-Pada-Kamala), Sri Vraja-Dhama-Mahimamrta (Jaya Radhe Jaya Krsna). CD9

Sri Sri Gurvastakam — Sri Sri Gurvastakam, Bhajahu Re Mana, Parama Koruna, Bhoga Arati (Bhaja bhakata vatsala) CD10.

Sri Sri Siksastakam — Sri Brahma-Samhita (Cintamani), Govinda Jaya Jaya, Sri Sri Siksastakam, Nama-sankirtana . CD11.

Hare Krsna Mahamantra — Vande 'Ham (Mangalacarana), Hare Krsna Mahamantra 1, Hare Krsna Mahamantra 2, Sri Sri Siksastakam. CD12.

Gauranga Bhajan — Gaurangera Duti Pada, Gaura Pahu, and purports. CD13

Nitai Pada Kamala — Nitai-Pada-Kamala, Bhajahu Re Mana, Prayers of King Kulasekhara, and purports. CD14.

Srila Prabhupada Japa - Srila Prabhupada chanting japa + lecture on 10 offences









In the Fourth Canto of Srimad-Bhagavatam, Twenty-ninth Chapter, verse 40, the importance of hearing of the pastimes of the Lord is stated by Sukadeva Gosvami to Maharaja Pariksit: "My dear King, one should stay at a place where the great acaryas [holy teachers] speak about the transcendental activities of the Lord, and one should give aural reception to the nectarean river flowing from the moonlike faces of such great personalities. If someone eagerly continues to hear such transcendental sounds, then certainly he will become freed from all material hunger, thirst, fear and lamentation, as well as all illusions of material existence."

Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu also recommended this process of hearing as a means of self-realization in the present age of Kali. In this age it is very difficult to follow thoroughly the regulative principles and studies of the Vedas which were formerly recommended. However, if one gives aural reception to the sound vibrated by great devotees and acaryas, that alone will give him relief from all material contamination. Therefore it is the recommendation of Caitanya Mahaprabhu that one should simply hear from authorities who are actually devotees of the Lord. Hearing from professional men will not help. If we hear from those who are actually self-realized, then the nectarean rivers, like those which are flowing on the moon planet, will flow into our ears. This is the metaphor used in the above verse.

(N.O.D. Chapter 10)