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Agnavadai Parani with Swanubhuti Commentary by Swami Swaroopananda

This work on “Belief”, authored by Sri Jayaraman, is written based on the teachings of Swamini Niranjanananda under whom the author studied important Vedantic texts since 1996. Many of the analogies given in this book were narrated by Swamini Niranjanananda in her talks and have been used contextually. This work answers the youth’s questions raised on God, Temple, Bhakti etc and has been presented as a conversation between members of a family with a friend. We are grateful to the author Sri Jayaraman for making available his work, Belief, for free download.

Gita-vyakaranam by Sri Prabhakar Kalavade and Smt Lalita Kalavade (Based on P??inian Grammar) This book is a word-to-word meaning and explanation of each ?loka of the Bhagavad G?t? based on the P??inian Grammar. Devoted and dedicated study of two ?lokas daily will ensure that you complete your study of the Bhagavad G?t? in one year. We are grateful to the authors and translators Sri Prabhakar Kalavade and Smt Lalita Kalavade for making available their work, the G?t?vy?kara?am, for free download.

The download contains 100 such small quotes that can be used for wise living.

In present times, there has been such a shift from the original nature and stature of mankind that we have drifted so much away from our true form. The shift and the drift are so humongous, that today we bear no resemblance to the original. To say that we are reduced to a mere apology of our original form is but an understatement and an illustration of this can be seen in our form that is presently trending. Though this is unbelievable, yet it is true. Enough has been said of this and we need to urgently work on getting back to the glory that defines us, without further ado. 

The youth force across the globe needs be harnessed in this direction as quickly as possible, almost on a war footing to help save the planet. They should be helped to connect to their real Self to find themselves for the rest to happen, in terms of dealing with the ups and downs of their life journey to reach their goal post of success. This book ‘Just Like That’ is a road map to help achieve this. This book of quotes, observations and anecdotes, aims at providing help here and now, working both as standalone small power capsules and as an organised whole, when read together. The instructed practices are doable right here, right now to regain a foothold on our original stature and form. The book is reader friendly and is steadfast in always addressing the reader’s query ‘What’s in it for me?’ Read and discover ‘yourself’.

This is a series of 44 articles written by Swami Advay?nanda (erstwhile Br. Sam?hita Chaitanya), the Acharya of the Chinmaya International Foundation (CIF), for the Tapovan Prasad, the international spiritual monthly magazine of the Chinmaya Mission, from the years 2002 to 2006. This series of articles covers all the important principles of Advaita Vedanta and have been found very useful by the students of Vedanta for gaining clarity on the Vedantic concepts. Initially this series was titled Vedanta Made Easy but the very depth of these articles caused the Editor of Tapovan Prasad to rename the series as Vedanta Unveiled!

Shivananda Lahari chanting by Sri Chittaranjan Rao of Chinmaya Vibhooti recorded during the camp 'Waves of Bliss Divine' held at Chinmaya Vibhooti in September 2019.

Maitreyi Brahmana Samvad is a section found in the Brihadaranyaka upanishad. Named after Maitreyi, the wife of Sage Yajnavalkya, it contains sublime instructions on discovering the secret to immortality. Here we have the ideal couple, a husband-preceptor and a wife-disciple, both supremely qualified as teacher and student, having a dialogue on the means to gain ‘Amrutatvam’ or Immortality which constitutes the crux of this section. Yajnavalkya, the great sage, having fulfilled the responsibilities of a householder, wishes to live the life of a forest recluse. Before leaving he informs his wives of having created adequate provisions for them to live a good life. Maitreyi, who was predisposed towards spiritual matters,now wishes to know if all this wealth can bring her immortality. For any queries, please contact the author, Smt. Vidya Iyer, Mumbai, on vidyaiyer17@gmail.com.

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