Why Does ISKCON Avoid Preaching In Hindi?

ASK BVKS | May 20, 2011 |

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Why does ISKCON avoid preaching in Hindi, even in Hindi speaking regions of India? Are all the Prabhupada books translated in Hindi by devotees themselves?

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