Iskcon Bans Amogh Lila Prabhu For Bad Comments On Swami Vivekananda And Ramakrishna Paramhans

This article is going to talk about the ban on Amogh Lila Das. Amogh Lila Das, also known as Amogh Lila Prabhu, has garnered attention as a popular monk spreading religious and motivational teachings. However, recent events have led to his banishment from the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (Iskcon), an organization dedicated to promoting Sanatan Dharma worldwide. This article explores the background of Amogh Lila Das, the controversy surrounding his remarks about Swami Vivekananda, and the subsequent ban imposed on him by Iskcon.

Iskcon Bans Amogh Lila Prabhu

Iskcon Bans Amogh Lila Prabhu

Before delving into the controversy, it is important to understand Amogh Lila Das’ journey. Born with the name Amogh Sharma, he initially pursued a career as an engineer. However, he felt a deep calling to dedicate his life to spirituality, which ultimately led him to become a monk. Embracing the monastic life, he adopted the name Amogh Lila Das and began sharing his insights and teachings on various social media platforms.

Amogh Lila Das found himself embroiled in controversy due to derogatory remarks he made about Swami Vivekananda and his guru, Ramakrishna Paramhansa, during one of his recent pravachan or spiritual discourses. Swami Vivekananda, a renowned philosopher and spiritual leader, played a pivotal role in revitalizing Hinduism and spreading Vedantic philosophy in the late 19th century.

Iskcon Bans Amogh Lila Prabhu For Bad Comments

Iskcon took note of Amogh Lila Das’ remarks and, in response, issued a press release stating that he had confessed to his mistake in making problematic remarks about Swami Vivekananda and his guru. The organization emphasized the need for atonement and announced that Amogh Lila Das would voluntarily withdraw from all social engagements for a month as part of his penance. Iskcon’s decision to ban Amogh Lila Das for a month is rooted in the organization’s commitment to upholding respect, tolerance, and interfaith harmony. Iskcon, founded by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in 1966, strives to propagate the teachings of Lord Krishna and the principles of Sanatan Dharma across the globe.

By imposing the ban, Iskcon sends a clear message that remarks towards revered spiritual figures, regardless of their specific tradition, are not condoned within the organization. The ban serves as a reminder to all members, including its monks, to uphold the principles of humility, respect, and adherence to ethical conduct. Amogh Lila Das’ decision to observe a one-month period of self-imposed isolation demonstrates his acknowledgment of his mistake and his commitment to rectifying it. Keep following PKB news.

Prakash Israni

Prakash Israni Is a 'self-proclaimed' professional in the ITES industry for 20 years, though prefer being tagged as a novice and a learner.

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