Read And Explore
Below are some of the devotees who have left our association here at Bhaktivedanta Manor. Our aim is honour and celebrate them.
Is this a complete list? No – the list is a work in progress; we know many devotees have passed away over the years. So, we have made a start.
Do you know someone who is missing from the site? If you would like to see someone added to the list please let us know.
Bhadranga loved singing in kirtan not only within the temple, but also at house programs and events, he also loved going out on Harinam. Indeed, he was very musically talented and could play a variety of instruments and sing nicely. He also engaged in book distribution, and took part in some plays with the Bhaktivedanta Players drama group.
Padmavati devi dasi was a dedicated, mother, disciple and servant of Sri Sri Radha Giridhari and Sri Sri Gaura Nitai.
Bhajahari das met Kula Shekar and Sukarma in Cardiff in 1971, then came to London with them where he met Srila Prabhupada for the first time and dedicated his life to him. He was the first president of Bhaktivedanta Manor, and was passionate about prasadam distribution and Harinam. He opened Gokula Vegetarian Cafe in Watford in 2010.
Sankirtan devotee and enthusiastic preacher, Acaryavan Das risked his life to spread the glories of Krishna Consciousness across North Africa. A devoted father, good friend, master cook and so much more, he lived with an open and generous heart, touching the lives of many.
Divyarupa Radhika was a kind soul who saw the good in everyone. She served at Bhaktivedanta Manor for many years making garlands regularly, doing deity service and helping in the gift shop.
A devoted father, loving husband, kind friend and faithful devotee of Lord Krishna.
Passed away on – 2nd June 2013
Maintained the beautiful gardens at Bhaktivedanta Manor and helped out at Ratha Yatra festivals around the UK and Europe.
Beloved Pujari of Sri Sri Radha Gokulananda, Sri Sri Sitarama Lakshman Hanuman & Sri Sri Gaura Nitai at Bhaktivedanta Manor for thirty-three years – eleven hours a day, seven days a week.
Beloved son, devoted father, loving husband, kind friend and faithful devotee of Lord Krishna.
Vicitravirya prabhu was one of the pioneers of ISKCON in the UK – he served as Temple President of Bury Place and Bhaktivedanta Manor. He was a brilliant philospher, kirtan enthusiast with an angelic Welsh voice and an absolute gentleman who cared for all the devotees.