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ಭಗವದ್ಗಿತಾ ಯಥಾರೂಪಾ

250.00
Bhagavad-Gita As It Is, available in hardcover, provides readers with the translation and commentary of the Bhagavad Gita. It's the holy Hindu scripture which consists of 700 verses and is a part of the epic Mahabharata. This book stresses on the Bhakti Yoga more than others, which has made it very popular in comparison with other translations among devotees and followers.

ಭಗವದ್ಗಿತಾ ಯಥಾರೂಪಾ – ಪಾಕೆಟ್ ಸೈಜ್ (Bhagavad Gita As It is-Small – Pocket Size) – Kannada

150.00
The Bhagavad Gita, the Song Divine, is considered to be one of the foremost treatises on philosophy and the concept of Dharma. In its 700 verses, one can find the answer to life, the universe and the explanation of why human beings are repeatedly put through birth and death cycles. Liberation, Krishna explains, comes to those who uphold Dharma. Arjuna’s Dharma was to kill his enemies and reinstate his family as the rightful rulers of Hastinapura. Krishna explains that man’s repeated failure to uphold his Dharma is why he manifests himself, time and again, to set right the path that humanity strays onto. An examination of the ethical and moral struggles of man, the Bhagavad Gita is the sum total of man’s greatest duties, and his worst fallacies.

A Second Chance

65.00
The Story of a Near-Death Experience NDEs (near-death experiences) may have gained interest in the past few decades, but they were well documented in the Srimad-Bhagavatam thousands of years ago. What does the near-death experience teach us?

Āgamas: Indian Tradition of Image Worship

30.00
From the earliest times, our ancestors realized their limitations with respect to other forms of worship, namely Vedic sacrifices and chanting of Vedas, but aspired for some sort of easier approach ‘to enlist His proximity in a collective way’. The collective worship at a common location has been rendered possible by Ᾱgamas.

An Introduction To 32 Brahma Vidyās

50.00
  There are on the whole, 32 Vidyās – there could be one of two more vidyās: there is a slight difference between two āchāryas in the number. Rāmānuja names 32 and Shankara 30. For our purpose, we take the larger number.

An Introduction To Brahma Sutras & Ramanuja’s Sri Bhashya

20.00
Sri Bhashya is a commentary on Brahma Sutras, which are based on Upanishads popularly known as “Vedanta”. It comprises Rāmānuja’s concept of Vishishtadvaita. He has resolved some ‘difficult’ concepts with his ingenuity and dialectic skill and harmonized the Upanishadic texts which on the face of them appeared to convey conflicting messages.  

An Introduction To Sri Nammazhwaar & Thiruvoimozhi

150.00
  This book is on the third thousand viz. Thiruvoimozhi and presents a) all aspects concerning the author, Nammāzhwar, and a general introduction to Thiruvoimozhi b) English translation of the most famous commentaries viz. 6000 Pādi vyakyaanam in a summarized form and Dramidopanishad Taatparya Ratnaavali in full.

Are You A Srivaishnava?

120.00
The book has been written with the express purpose of getting young Srivaishnavas to appreciate their religious history in terms of genealogy, their religious gurus and institutions, and age-old ‘sampradhayam’.

Āzwārs: The Divine Dozen

90.00
Like the Upanishadic seers, āzwārs experienced the Lord, Brahman, in their inner vision and by realizing Him demonstrated that Brahman who has philosophically the highest was also intuitionally loftiest. The spiritual experience of the āzwārs found expression in the form of hymns steeped in bhakti, and collectively they are called Naalaayira Divya Prabhandham.  

Beyond Birth & Death-Kannada

40.00
Who are we? Why are we on this planet? What happens to us after death? Is there any life after death? These are some questions which all of us might have asked to ourselves or others at least once at one point of time in our life. Beyond Birth & Death by Srila Prabhupada presents startling evidence of the soul's incredible journey after death and explains the deep mysteries of reincarnation. This little, powerful book would provide you with extensive knowledge hidden deep in the pages of Vedic literature and one to break the cycle of repeated birth and death.

Beyond Vegetarian Cooking- Sattvic Recipes

50.00
Beyond vegetarian cooking- sattvic recipes book for daily cooking and festive occassions. You are what you eat. The Vedic scriptures divide food into three categories: sattvic – foods in the mode of goodness, rajasic – foods in the mode of passion, and tamasic – foods in the mode of ignorance. The Bhagavad-gita states that sattvic food is the purest, creating positive vibrations that promote happiness and satisfaction. This type of food, when offered to the lord, is called Prasadam. It is the perfection of all cooking, as it cleanses and revives the self and promotes spiritual progress. It satisfies the senses, captivates the mind and enriches the soul.

Bhagavad-Gita as it is

250.00
Bhagavad-Gita As It Is, available in hardcover, provides readers with the translation and commentary of the Bhagavad Gita. It's the holy Hindu scripture which consists of 700 verses and is a part of the epic Mahabharata. This book stresses on the Bhakti Yoga more than others, which has made it very popular in comparison with other translations among devotees and followers.

Chant And Be Happy

45.00

This small pocket edition answers a lot of questions and may encourage you to Chant and Be Happy and includes fifty exclusive pages of conversations with the renowned “Beetle” musicians George Harrison and John Lennon and their experiences with chanting.

Civilization and Transcendence

30.00
In June of 1976, Bhavan's Journal, a Bombay cultural and religious magazine, sent various religious and spiritual leaders a questionnaire, seeking enlightened answers to some of the perplexing questions of the day, such as the place of religion in modern society. One recipient of their questionnaire was Srila Prabhupada, who took the opportunity to make a thorough presentation of the ideal Vedic civilization, show the faults of modern society from the viewpoint of transcendence, and offer practical solutions based on Krishna conscious teachings. His answers to Bhavan's Journal were later compiled and published as Civilization and Transcendence.

Coming Back: The Science of Reincarnation

50.00
Life doesn't begin with birth or end with death. What happens to the self after leaving its present body? Does it enter another body? Must it reincarnate forever? How does reincarnation really work? Can we control our future incarnations? Coming Back answers these most profound and mysterious of all questions by presenting clear and complete explanations from the world’s most authentic, timeless sources of knowledge on the afterlife.

Dharma, The Way of Transcendence

50.00
Dharma, the Way of Transcendence is a compilation of lectures on human dharma that His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada gave during his 1972 tour of India. He says that every living being's dharma is service; no one can exist for a moment without serving someone or something else, even if it's only our mind and senses. The question is, whom or what can we serve if we want the greatest return on our investment of energy?

Easy Journey To Other Planets

30.00
Space travel may be considered a relatively new human achievement, but the world's oldest writings say no. Space travel has always been possible, and people have been traveling the universe long before the invention of rockets and shuttles. Vedic evidence suggests that yogis and other more evolved beings can travel freely throughout the cosmos via technologies that are practically unknown to us today. In Easy Journey To Other Planets, Prabhupada shows through reason and reference to ancient Vedic texts that travel to other planets within this universe is ultimately an insignificant project.

Elevation to Krishna Consciousness

30.00
The real you is not physical (the collection of elements we call the "body") but spiritual (the conscious self within the body). Our quality of life depends much more on the quality of our consciousness than it does on bodily pleasures or comforts. In this compact book, Srila Prabhupada recommends seeing this world as it is—a temporary place, full of anxiety—and following the higher road toward the supreme person, Krishna. Anyone can become elevated; the journey begins with a single step up.

Eleven Rahasyas Granthas of Desika

100.00
 English translation of eleven chillarai rahasya granthas, Source not included

Hayagreeva Avathaara & The History Of Parakaala Mutt

45.00
This book attempts to trace, with salient details, the Lord’s Hayagreeva avathaara. It also covers the interesting journey of the idol of Hayagreevar, which was received by Sri Ramanujar from Saraswathi in recognition of his epoch-making bhashya on Brahma Soothras, named by the same goddess as “Sri Bhashya”.

Introduction To Bhagavad Gita

30.00
Introduction to Bhagavad-gita is a valuable companion to any edition of the Bhagavad-gita, and every bit as informative as the book it was intended to introduce. Srila Prabhupada wrote it in 1968 as his introduction to Bhagavad-gita As It Is—before he even knew if he'd be able to publish the entire Gita—and included within it the essence of all the Gita's teachings.

Iyarpā

120.00
Iyarpā comprises a total of 11 compositions by 6 āzwārs, and Sri Rāmānuja Nootrandhādhi by Thiruvarangatthamudhanār, a contemporary of Sri Rāmānuja.

Koyil Shathrumurai (Kannada)

360.00
Koyil Shathrumurai is a compendium giving details of all that goes on in a Srivaishnava temple – right from waking up the Lord with Prabhandham like ‘Thiruppalliyezuchhi’ the various items of Veda and 4000 Prabhandham seva kaalam, details of celebrations of Jayanthis of the Lord, Thirunakshatram of Azwars/aachaaryas, ‘Shaattrumurai’ details and sthothras to be recited post- Shaattrumurai.  

Krishna The Reservoir of Pleasure

20.00
Since its first publication in 1970, Krishna, the Reservoir of Pleasure, a collection of essays on the personality of God, has been widely distributed by Krishna devotees in many languages. The title piece was transcribed from a lecture that Srila Prabhupada gave in San Francisco in 1967 on this famous verse from the Srimad-Bhagavatam,