This book gives us an insight into our culture highlighting the moral and ethical values mentioned in the early literature. Indian philosophy, the evolution of Hinduism, the principle of Maya or illusion, Hindu Mysticism and Yoga are also covered in this book. The true path to be followed and how to develop consciousness and awareness by understanding the self and the nature are also elaborated. A proper understanding of all this is essential and will surely help one to rise above the ordinary run of life, to see life from a higher elevation and angle of vision. Then the life will become more enjoyable and fruitful. Those who are keen to preserve the nature for the prosperity by leading a responsible life and to know what our ancestors have already said on this, must read this book and should change their life accordingly.Read More
This book is an indispensable book for admirers of Sri Aurobindo, students of Yoga, lovers of poetry and serious practitioners of the Creative Art of Life. The author does ample justice to all the facts. The illustrative quotations and his appreciative comments enrich the volume immensely.Read More
The contributors, who are from various sections of contemporary life, write with a revealing candour and, in not a few cases, are unsparing in the criticism of themselves. High-lighting the situation and events, rather than projecting themselves, they take care to keep their personalities in the background thereby sustaining the interest of the reader throughout.Read More
The book is a hindi translation of the Rig Veda Samhitaa - the most ancient document. This translation is a detailed analysis with detailed meaning. Read More
Munshji's biography in Hindi has been written in three parts.This book is the Hindi edition of the Second book of Munshi : His Art and Work Series. The Hindi editions have been published by the Bhavan's Delhi Kendra.Read More
Dimdima is one of the most renowned magazines for children in India. It is published by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. 'Dimdima' is a Sanskrit word meaning 'drumbeat'. In the days of King Ashoka road shows named 'Dimdima' were held to disseminate news of the king's victory. Dimdima provides infotainment to its young readers. The 48-page issue has all that is needed to create reading habit in children.