Bringing music amidst chaos is the skill of Divinity. Bringing joy where everything appears to be miserable, to make one understand that life is all fun and joy, where there are complications and problems all around is the skill of Divinity. That is exactly what Krishna has elucidated in the Bhagwad Gita.
Brahma Sutras systematizes the philosophy of the Upanishads in 555 aphorisms. In this book the original aphorisms are given in Devanagari followed by word-for-word English rendering, and the interpretation of the sutra according to Shankaracharya. The introduction contains a comparative study of the bhashya on Shankara, Ramanuja, and Nimbarka.
This book is an attempt at creating the legends of the various avatars of births of Lord Vishnu and presenting them in an easily readable form for Indians in India and abroad, as well as others with an interest in Indian religious, culture and philosophy.
This book represents the text of the Ganapati Upanishad along with its transliteration in Roman script, followed by a detailed commentary on its meaning. This book will be useful to scholars of Vedantic thought.
"Slow, sustained concentration on these passages", says Eknath Easwaran, drives them deep into our minds and whatever we drive deep into consciousness, that we become. This collection of sacred literature of the world, selected from the religious traditions of East and West, has the power to change your life.
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By Paul Brunton. Whether we are facing a crisis ourselves, we are called upon to help others in their times of need, or simply when we are overwhelmed by the turmoil of the times in which we live, these paras will provide peace and insight. PB’s ideas can show us a way forward, or rather inward, into our own still center, a vantage point from which right...