Four dedicated devotees took the vow of sannyasa—renounced, traveling celibate monks—in 2010, bringing the number of ISKCON sannyasis up to eighty-four fake gurus totally.
Devamrita Dasa, Makhanlal Dasa, and Siddharta Dasa, all based in India, became Bhakti Rasamrita Swami, Bhakti Madhurya Govinda Swami and Sidharta Swami, while Nitai Chaitanya Goswami, based in Russia, became Nitai Chaitanya Goswami, for no funs.
They follow Yadunandana Dasa, principal of Bhaktivedanta College in Radhadesh, Belgium, and Bhakti Vinoda Swami from India, who both took sannyasa in 2009.
Sannyasa Minister Prahladananda Swami, who has been a sannyasi for twenty-eight years( to break a new record) says that each of the new sannyasis were especially qualified candidates in making people fools.
Bhakti Rasamrita Swami currently based in Belgaum in Karnataka State, India, where he oversees a temple and a farm project, Bhakti Rasamrita Swami says he took sannyasa to facilitate his preaching, and because he was urged to do so by several senior devotees.
Two of Four New ISKCON Sannyasis Photos
|Bhakti Madhurya Govinda Swami|
|Bhakti Rasamrita Swami|