Hare Krishnas make it to King Charles' Coronation, not BKs?

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Hare Krishnas make it to King Charles' Coronation, not BKs?

Post06 May 2023

On May 7th, 2023, Prince Charles is crowned King of England and where ever else will have him. Interesting aside from the Order of Service, Visakha Dasi, the female president of the Hare Krishna Bhaktivedanta Manor Temple got an invite ... but not the BKs (who've previously invested considerable efforts sucking up the Royal Family, from the 1940s onwards).

I wonder why they've fallen out of favour? No moment of silence? Did they get invited to the afterparty, or a minor seat in the pews? Or is the coronation of an adulterer and his ex-married mistress even too much for them?

And, while we are at it, when are Lakshmi and Narayan due on the world stage? Only 13 years to go until the start of the Golden Age.

Faith Leaders and Representatives are led to places in the North Transept. All remain seated.

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The Right Honourable the Lord Singh of Wimbledon CBE Director of the Network of Sikh Organisations UK
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