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Sale!Good News to all students of Bhakti Shastri. To assist you in your study of Bhagavad Gita, Sri Upadesamrita, Bhakti Rasamrita Siddhu and Sri Isopanishad, here are four systematic Subodhini study guides. Written by Gauranga Darshan Das, the Subodhini series presents the gist, structure and flow of the scriptures by dividing the chapters into smaller sections, highlighting the connection between different verses and subsections, along with simplified flow charts, summary tables, thematic compilation, and analogies, based on the commentaries of Srila Prabhupada and the other Vaishnava acaryas. GITA SUBODHINI unveils the exciting structure and flow of Bhagavad Gita based on the explanations of Srila Prabhupada, Srila Baladeva Vidyabhushana and Srila Visvanath Cakravarti Thakur. BHAKTI RASAMRITA SUBODHINI by is a systematic study guide to Srila Rupa Goswami’s Bhakti Rasamrita Sindhu, and the commentaries of Srila Prabhupada, Srila Visvanath Cakravarti Thakur and Srila Jiva Gosvami, that illustrate the profound philosophy of bhakti and its subtle nuances. UPADESAMRITA SUBODHINI is a systematic study guide to Srila Rupa Goswami’s Sri Upadesamrita, based on the commentaries of Srila Prabhupada, Srila Bhakti Siddhanta Sarasvati Thakur and Srila Bhaktivinod Thakur, that enumerate the fundamental guidelines for the practice of bhakti-yoga. ISOPANISHAD SUBODHINI is a systematic study guide to Sri Isopanishad, one of the foremost Upanishads that describes the divine characteristics of God, based on the based on the commentaries of Srila Prabhupada, Srila Baldev Vidyabhushana and Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura.
The path to spiritual understanding can be a confusing one. The manic pace of the present age has loosened the threads that tied our ancestors to prayer and faith. But role models could still help us find our way back. In Icons of Grace, respected ISKCON monk Nityanand Charan Das introduces readers to the lives of twenty-one extraordinary people who served as spiritual guides, through their teachings and through personal example.At one level, the lives of these great souls—from Mirabai and Ramanujacharya to Sant Tukaram and Adi Shankaracharya—are a practical demonstration of the most essential spiritual principles. In relating them, though, Nityanand Charan Das aims not just to record the richness of their cultural and spiritual legacies but also to convey to readers the lessons one can learn through their daily actions and choices. Icons of Grace is inspiring. It also offers hope: however imperfect our journey has been thus far, spiritual redemption is accessible to us all.
About the AuthorNityanand Charan Das is a practising monk at the Sri Sri Radha Gopinath Temple, ISKCON Chowpatty, Mumbai, and a visionary who wishes to revolutionise the current urban scenario by aiding people to lead a life of purpose, fulfillment, and satisfaction. He also specialises in guiding today’s youth to reconnect with their roots and lead a simple yet happy life. Coming from an army background, Nityanand Charan Das’s childhood desire was to become an army officer. However, Krishna had other plans for him and orchestrated his life beautifully. Life led him to fail the NDA interview, despite being one of the best in the group; he took up engineering instead, and eventually became a monk when he was just twenty-four years old. Nityanand Charan Das focuses on making the sacred teachings of our holy scriptures simple so they that resonate with anyone and everyone. His message is simple: ‘Spiritual life is not a life of rejection. It is a life of connection.’ He says, we do not have to give up anything, we simply have to add this valuable dimension to our life. His divine radiance can be felt far and wide: his discourses are heard in every major city of India and in more than fifty countries across the globe.
When Vishnu in his Vamanavatara rescued the gods from the asuras, Brahma reverently washed his feet. Ganga was born from this holy water. Why did Lord Shiva hold her in his hair? Why did she descend on Earth? What are the different names of Ganga? Spiritual seeker and author Shubha Vilas has simplified this lesser-known tale of goddess Ganga in his inimitable style. The easy flowing language and wonderful illustrations add to the charm and make it a prized possession in one’s personal collection.
Saraswati expels the darkness of ignorance from the world. She was created to bring order into the chaos prevailing in the Universe. Soon she appeared and everything fell into place. Who created Saraswati? What is her favourite vehicle? What musical instrument does she hold in her hands? Spiritual seeker and author Shubha Vilas has simplified this lesser-known tale of goddess Saraswati in his inimitable style. The easy flowing language and wonderful illustrations add to the charm and make it a prized possession in one’s personal collection
Sale!50 Stories of Wit & Wisdom from Ancient India In Timeless Tales to Ignite Your Mind, national author Shubha Vilas revives our ancient tradition of sharing wisdom through storytelling.
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That’s not all. This collection is replete with enthralling tales of kings, commoners and even animals (and they can talk!) who face life’s troubles but emerge victorious with the help of their intelligence and wit.
Each story ends with engaging questions that will help you reflect on the anecdote and the lessons inside.
These folktales may have been forgotten in this digital era but they still retain their relevance and charm, thanks to their priceless practical insights.