Shreemad Bhagavatham is the essence of the Vedas, and as such, is spiritually elevating in nature. At the same time, the numerous stories in this great classic make interesting reading and can be enjoyed by all. This was why Dr. Gouri Suresh decided to retell these stories in simple English, and to call it 'Stories from a Bhaagavatham'.Read More
Meera Sashital has collected all information about several saints, not only from India but also from other places. Thus Jesus Christ, Zoroastra, Rahim rub shoulders with Chokhamela, Kabir Madhavacharya, Tulsidas and others. There are 77 personalities from different parts of the world who lived at different times. According to M V Kamath who wrote the foreword to the book, a saint is one who is good, who is totally devoted to God and unremittingly caring towards fellow human beings. They need not always perform miracles or be philosophers. The author says that a saint is one who has had God realisation, one who is pure in heart, devoid of lust, greed, egoism and anger. He is tolerant, righteous, has universal love for all, has attained spiritual wisdom and knowledge. The book includes thirteen women saints like Mirabai, Muktabai, Vasuki, Sakhubai, Bahinabai and others.Read More
The book is a collection of forty highly emotional and deeply intoxicated poems on love for Krishna. The writer is almost a mixture of Gopi Radha and Bhaktha Meera in her dreams for and obsession with Sri Krishna. The poems speak of her yearning for the darshan of Lord Krishna, of her dreams of him appearing to her in person and reciprocating her love. Each poem is an expression of the deep rooted yearning for the God. Read More
The importance of the two great epics Ramayana and Mahabharata are discussed in the introduction. The book divided into three parts includes the creation and the history of the created beings in the universe, wisdom and dharma, spiritual values. The main theme of the book is that the Vedic religion of India enunciates nondualistic philosophy. Read More
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Centuries ago, it was proclaimed of the Mahabharata: "What is not in it, is nowhere." But even now, we can use the same words about it. He who knows it not, knows not the heights and depths of the soul; he misses the trials and tragedy and the beauty and grandeur of life.Read More
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The Ramayana is not history or biography. It is a part of Hindu mythology. One cannot understand Hindu dharma unless one knows Rama and Seeta, Bharata, Lakshmana, Ravana, Kumbhakarna and Hanuman.Read More