Ramayana in Polish
by Gatida dasa
Posted May 16, 2003

Dear Vaishnavas!
Please accept my humble obeisances.

The Polish devotees would like to make a request to all the Vaishnavas. By the grace of Sri Guru and Gauranga we have been working on publishing the Ramayana by Bhakti Vikasa Swami in Polish. Please see the attached letter [224k] from Bhakti Viksa Maharaja. It will be sankirtan on a large scale because we are going to make this publication available to devotees all over Poland, to Indradyumna Swami's festival and to bookstores all over the country. We have complete translations of the book and the first proofreading is complete; now we are working on the second proofreading. The last thing that we have to do, is collect the entire sum which is required to publish the Ramayana. That is why we need your help! Every donation is very valuable here, even the smallest donation is welcome. Please if you have the material means and the willingness support this project!

This is the account number, if you would like to help us:

PKO Bank Polska
INTELIGO - 501020 5558 111111 4908 600034
A swift number is: BPKOPLPW

Bialy Grzegorz (surname + name)
ul. Julianowska 9 m.16
91-473 Lodz - POLAND

To get more information, you can contact me: Gatida.das@pamho.net or bhaktin Rosa: batycka@wp.pl.

Thank you very much for your attention,
Your servant
Gatida dasa

EDITOR'S NOTE: Herefollows Bhakti Vikasa Maharaja's letter:-

(Baroda, India) March 29, 2003

The Ramayana is a great book of spiritual and moral instruction set in the most mind-appealing form of the pastimes of Lord Rama. I have published an edition in English to benefit both devotees and nondevotees.

Now Sriman Gatida Prabhu with the assistance of Kedaranath Prabhu and his wife has prepared a translation in Polish and plans to publish it. This will be a great spiritual and cultural contribution in the lives of the Polish people and I request all pious devotees to contribute for the printing cost and thus be benedicted with the profuse blessings of the Supreme Lord Sri Rama and His consort Srimati Sitadevi.