Radhanath Swami – Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

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Published on Jul 11, 2011 by Radhanath Swami

Radhanath Swami’s interview on Buddha At The Gas Pump with Rick Archer. In this interview Radhanath Swami shares his experiences from his book The Journey Home – Autobiography Of An American Swami.

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17 comments

  • M Pandu Rangayya Shetty 8 years ago

    Living for one own benefit is good, but living for the benefit of others is the best. Radhanatha Swami wanted to live a meaningful life and make others too live for meaningful lives. All glories to Radhnatha Swami.

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  • Kirti C 8 years ago

    Radhanath Swami is truly amazing.

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  • Sumit Sharma 8 years ago

    Nice lecture.

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  • Shoba Ramachandran 8 years ago

    beautiful!

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  • naresh jethwa 8 years ago

    Thanks

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  • Swapnil Gaonkar 8 years ago

    Thanks for sharing the video of Radhanath Swami

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  • Deepak 8 years ago

    Wonderful lecture

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  • navin poojary 8 years ago

    Wonderful! This is indeed fantastic!

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  • nandkishor das 8 years ago

    simply wonderful, isnt it
    tons of thanks

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  • Swapnil 8 years ago

    Wonderful experience. Thank you Radhanath Swami for writing this book

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  • Advay Pathak 8 years ago

    Thank You Maharaj for your valuable gift. your book teaches us the most valuable lessons in most easy way, its an adventure.

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  • anmol londhe 8 years ago

    too good..
    thanks for sharing..

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  • Vidya Patham 8 years ago

    Thank you for sharing this interview by Radhanath Swami.

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  • Damodar 7 years ago

    Thanks for sharing.

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  • Kalpana Kulkarni 7 years ago

    Thank you Radhanath Swami for giving us this masterpiece. This wonderful book is a must-read for all.

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  • Piyush Singh 5 years ago

    A beautiful interview. I’ve seen this video multiple times and every time it refreshes me to hear the high class wisdom from HH Radhanath Swami. A must see video for everyone.

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  • Piyush Singh 4 years ago

    A very suitable comment. Indeed, living for the benefit of others is the best. Thank you.

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