|Image of the newest JKP temple under construction in Los Angeles, California, USA, apparently. It is apparently going to be called Radha Govinda Dham LA. (Image shared for educational purposes only.)
Typically, when an organization wants to build a name for itself, it consistently uses the same name no matter where it operates around the world. Consider, for example, Transcendental Meditation. The organization has one name. Another example is ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness). No matter where their organization gathers and meets it has one single name.
So why doesn’t Kripalu Maharaji temples and satellite location around the world go by so many different names? I pulled together a list of the ones I could find.
What do the 16 names below have in common? (See my answer after the list.)
Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat (formerly Divine Love Mission)
Radha Madhav Dham and Shree Raseshwari Radha Rani Temple (Austin, TX)
(formerly Barsana Dham Ashram and the International Society for Divine Love)
Shree Kripalu Kunj Ashram (Houston)
Yugal Kunj (Atlanta)
Radha Govinda Dham (Los Angeles – under construction)
Sadhana Mandir (Toronto, Canada)
Radha Govind Cultural Society (Edmonton, Canada)
Radha Madhav Society (UK)
Universal Society of Bhakti Meditation (Singapore)
Braj Gopika Seva Mission (Odisha, India)
Prem Mandir (Vrindaban, India)
Bhakti Mandir (formerly Bhakti Dham) (Manghar, India)
Kirti Maiya Mandir (formerly Rangeeli Mahal) (Barsana, India)
Golok Dham (New Delhi, India)
These names have nothing in common.
And there is a reason why. Can you guess?
The reason is, in my opinion, because of the horrible reputation of Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat. By now many people know that Kripalu Maharaji was a lifelong sex abuser and pedophile, including raping every single 12-year-old girl that came anywhere near him — with the support and assistance of their mothers, grandmothers, sisters, aunties, three Greedy Didis, many female devotees, and all the female JKP preachers.
Many people regularly contact me to ask me if certain preachers are part of JKP. They are confused because the people are using different names for their organizations.
I tell them they are using different names to try to confuse people, in my opinion, so they don’t realize that it’s all part of the same evil organization.
That's right — every name in bold on the list above is in direct affiliation with Jagadguru Kripalu Parshat. Does this look fishy to you?