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His Grace Radha Pada Das Leaves Body
By Tusti Mohan Krsna das
His Grace Radha Pada das
His Grace Radha Pada das

Dear Maharajas and Prabhus,

Please accept my most humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada.

Most of you know His Grace Radha Pada das, who donated the Deities of Mayapur, all the laxmi to buy the Kolkata temple, the Gurusadaya Road property, and much more. He left his body on 28th April at 8.30 pm at the age of 82.

He was fully conscious and talking to his son. He told his son to play Srila Prabhupada’s tape, as he usually listens to Prabhupada kirtan. Then within half an hour, he left his body. After getting this news, devotees from the Kolkata temple along with Their Grace Jananivas Prabhu and Dayaram das went to his house and performed kirtan. His body will be taken for cremation today on 29th at 2pm.

Radhapada prabhu was a very good devotee, fully dedicated to Srila Prabhupada. He used to say, "I belong to Srila Prabhupada's family." Any time we asked him to speak he would simply speak and repeat the same thing about how great Srila Prabhupada is. He would say Radharani had sent Srila Prabhupada here. He had a great desire to see a temple built at Gurusadaya Road, on the property he had donated.

We humbly request all the community of devotees to please pray for this great devotee, who dedicated himself to helping Srila Prabhupada's movement and dedicated an important part of his money in the service of Sri Gauranga Mahaprabhu for spreading Krishna consciousness in India.

Your servant,
Tusti Mohan Krsna das

© CHAKRA 30 April 2002

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