A Second Chance

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?

Beyond Birth & Death-Kannada

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.

Chant And Be Happy


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

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

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

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

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

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.

Krishna The Reservoir of Pleasure

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,

Laws of Nature

"Freedom" is a popular notion; we tend to think we're "free," that we can act as we like, and that our happiness is all that matters. The Laws of Nature; An Infallible Justice defines "freedom" differently. Here we're given a bracing reminder of the interconnectedness of all life, and the natural laws that govern all our actions; whether we're aware of them or not. This short (97 pages) book makes the case for a connected, holistic worldview, and the profound benefits that come from acting with full awareness of our true selves, our place in the world, and the divine origins of both that world and ourselves.

Life Comes From Life

Theories about the origin of life come and go like fashion trends. India's Vedic tradition, however, has always remained consistent on this point; "life" is the natural condition of everything; there has always been and always will be life, manifesting in infinite varieties. Life Comes From Life is a collection of conversations between Srila Prabhupada and his disciple Thoudam D. Singh, Ph.D., an organic chemist, in Los Angeles during the mid-1970's.

Matchless Gift

Krishna Consciousness, the Matchless Gift is a collection of transcribed lectures by Srila Prabhupada on the philosophy and practice of bhakti-yoga—the process of reestablishing our connection with the Supreme Person. While only 118 pages long, Matchless Gift contains an abundance of material on many facets of the science of Krishna consciousness, along with vivid examples, stories, and analogies not found elsewhere in Srila Prabhupada's writings.

Message of Godhead

Srila Prabhupada wrote Message of Godhead in the 1950s, while still living at the Radha-Damodara temple in Vrindavan, India. It was one of his first book-length manuscripts, yet wasn't discovered until years after he had come to the West. It was first published in 1991. With vivid examples and clear, gentlemanly English, Prabhupada makes the case that there's much more to reality than what our senses can perceive.

Mukunda Mala Strotra – The Prayers by King Kulashekara

The saintly king Kulasekhara lived more than a millennium ago in India, yet his Mukunda-mala-stotra speaks to us today with

Narada Bhakti Sutra


These ancient aphorisms about bhakti by the renowned Vedic sage Narada are finally available in English. Discover these unearthed treasured secrets.

Nectar of Devotion (Complete Science Of Bhakti Yoga)

THE COMPLETE SCIENCE OF BHAKTI-YOGA The Nectar of Devotion is a summary study of Srila Rupa Goswami’s ‘Bhakti-rasamrita-sindhu’ meaning “the nectar that is derived from the ocean of devotion (bhakti).” The Nectar Of Devotion (The Complete Science Of Bhakti Yoga) We Cannot Be Happy Without Satisfying Our Fundamental Desire To Love. Discover All The Intricacies Of Spiritual Love, Bhakti, In This Devotional Classic.

On the Way to Krsna

Every one of us is searching after happiness, but we do not know what the real happiness is. We see so many advertisements about happiness, but practically speaking only few people are happy.

Perfect Questions & Perfect Answers

Bob Cohen, a young American Peace Corps worker living in India, to his surprise, he is invited to meet the founder and spiritual leader of the Hare Krishna movement, His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. For several days, in a small, brick and thatch hut near the banks of the holy Ganges, Bob asks Srila Prabhupada every question on spirituality he can think of. A tape recorder is running the whole time, and later their conversation is transcribed.


King of Knowledge began as a series of collected lectures given on the original ninth chapter verses by Srila Prabhupada. He points out that not only Arjuna but anyone can understand the Bhagavad-gita—if we're at least humble enough to accept theoretically that someone else (besides us) is the Supreme Person, and as such might have a thing or two to tell us. Once we understand that everything has its source in the Supreme Person, we know all we need to know.

Selected Verses From the Vedic Scriptures

This reference book is a compilation of selected verses from the timeless jewels of vedic wisdom-the Bhagavad Gita, Srimad Bhagavatam, Caitanya Caritamrta and other scriptural writings.

Songs of the Vaishnava Acharyas

The Sanskrit word yoga, he told the students, originally meant much more than physical exercise; it referred to a lifestyle focused on achieving direct experience of God. Practitioners would live far away from mainstream society, restrain their senses, and perform austere meditation with the aim of transcending the physical body entirely.

Teachings of Lord Caitanya (The Golden Avatar)

A Summary Study of Sri Chaitanya-charitamrita Taking the role of His own devotee, Lord Sri Krishna appeared as Sri Krishna Chaitanya about five centuries ago in Bengal, India, and began a great social and spiritual revolution that has profoundly affected the lives of millions worldwide. His conversations with the great scholars, kings, and mystics of the day form the basis of Teachings of Lord Chaitanya.

Teachings of Lord Kapila (The Son of Devahuti)

Teachings of Lord Kapila is based on a unique series of lectures presented in Mumbai, India, in the spring of 1974, by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. At the time of the Kapila lectures, Srila Prabhupada had just completed writing the section of the Srimad-Bhagavatam containing Kapila’s teachings. The lectures explain the verses in even greater detail, and were later transcribed and edited to create this book.

Teachings of Queen Kunti

Teachings of Queen Kunti was published to the same scholarly standards as Srila Prabhupada's Srimad-Bhagavatam and Bhagavad-gita As It Is; with original devanagari Sanskrit text, roman transliteration, word-for-word English translation, elaborate commentary, as well as further explanations of the verses compiled from his 1973 lectures.

The Journey of Self Discovery

Journey of Self-Discovery is a collection of transcribed conversations and lectures by Srila Prabhupada on a variety of subjects, including the means for achieving global unity, the myth of scarcity, spiritual economics, superior evolutionary models, and predictions of the future state of the world.

The Nectar of Instruction

Nectar of Instruction is a translation and commentary on Rupa Goswami's Upadeshamrita; eleven verses on the most basic and essential principles of spiritual practice; how should an aspiring transcendentalist interact with the rest of society? What should be his work ethic? Whose company should he seek, and whose company should he avoid? Where should he live? How can one know if he's making any spiritual progress at all? What, really, is the ultimate goal of life?

The Path of Perfection

In February of 1969, Srila Prabhupada gave a series of lectures in Los Angeles on the sixth chapter of the Bhagavad-gita, which deals with the yoga system. Path of Perfection is a collection of these historic talks. He explains that a perfect life—in which the goal of yoga is reached—is dynamic and full of activity. Our nature is spiritual, and spirit is the essence of everything that lives. Real yoga means to connect our activities with the Supreme Spirit—in straightforward, practical ways. If perfection is possible, why settle for anything less?

The Perfection of Yoga

The Perfection of Yoga is an edited compilation of some of Srila Prabhupada's earliest recorded talks on the Bhagavad-gita in New York City in 1966. Drawing upon his knowledge of not only the Gita but the whole Vedic tradition, he reminds us of some essential truths about ourselves that the human race has forgotten for a very, very long time. Such truths, when brought to bear in our daily lives, can invest our human experience with a degree of peace and purpose that is rarely even imagined.

Topmost Yoga System

The Sanskrit word yoga, he told the students, originally meant much more than physical exercise; it referred to a lifestyle focused on achieving direct experience of God. Practitioners would live far away from mainstream society, restrain their senses, and perform austere meditation with the aim of transcending the physical body entirely.