1. Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah

    In 1977, twenty-four hours a day, workers were carving marble to finish the Bombay temple. One old Muslim worker carved by himself and never stopped chanting, “Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah,” even during lunch. Surabhi Maharaja told Prabhupada how the name of Allah was this worker’s meditation all the time. Prabhupada said, “I want to go and meet him!” Surabhi Maharaja said, “Prabhupada, I can bring him to you.” Prabhupada said, “I don’t want to disturb his work. I want to go there and meet him.”

    A Bond of Love: Srila Prabhupada and His Daughters (p. 11). Bookwrights Press. Kindle Edition. By Vaishnavi disciples