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    Checkmate

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    Do you want to boost productivity, build morale, heal relationships, and dissolve litigation?
    • Do you want to achieve the impossible by seeing the invisible and feeling the intangible?
    • How many times have you thought about starting a diet or quitting smoking without doing anything about it? Or lapsed back into bad habits after hitting a rough spot on the road to recovery?
    Uncover the secrets of right moves en passant for a healthy life till the end by checkmating the strength of weak traits that are inveterate in our systems.  
  • Conquest

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    • Can practicality and philosophy work together to recognize destructive emotions?
    • Can impulse human behavior be transferred?
    • Are destructive emotions “hardwired” in our system?
    • Can we learn to live at peace with ourselves and others?
    Bolster your immune system b learning spiritual practices that reduce negativity and develop positivity in your life through the upliftment of consciousness
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    Why do some people feel lonely?How would the technique of visualization help overcome a failure mindset?Why do we need to accept ourselves the way we are to achieve better success and more to our life than eating, sleeping, sex and defending? The cricket world has many lessons to offer on a happy and meaningful living. Kishor, Venky Aki, and Shyam are monks living in a traditional monastery.Like the billions living outside, they too have their insecurities, challenges, joys, and sorrows.Yet a secret passion for cricket that they share bonds them in a special way.The combination of love for cricket and life in a monastery offers.them a unique vantage point to learn and grow in their own lives. In this fictional story, we learn simple, yet profound truths that could help us live in harmony with our true inner selves.
  • What would be your response to someone’s mistake?
    Can you excuse him or her wholeheartedly?
    Errors cannot be endorsed, but disapproval of wrong-doings need not make one apathetic to the wrongdoers.
    “Hate the Sin, Not the Sinner!” is the golden principle exemplified by great people.
    In DISAPPROVED BUT NOT DISOWNED, Gauranga Darshan Das describes the strict yet sensitive dealings of God and godly people to inspire a journey from apathy to empathy, and from rejection to reformation, while responsibly dealing with others’ mistakes. Through relevant episodes from Srimad Bhagavatam, Sri Caitanya-caritamrita and Ramayana, this book describes the nature of loving, compassionate and forgiving hearts, along with attractive illustrations. This book also emphasises the importance of genuine repentence for one’s mistakes, and an honest attempt to rectify them and not repeat them.
    About the Author : Gauranga Darshan Das is dean of the Bhaktivedanta Vidyapitha (www.vidyapitha.in) at ISKCON Govardhan Eco Village (GEV). He teaches scriptural courses at several places in India. He has written study guides including Gita Subodhini, Bhagavata Subodhini and Caitanya Subodhini, and compiled vital scriptural verses in the form of the Ratnamala and Tattvamala series. He runs a free monthly e-magzine called Bhagavata Pradipika.  
         
  • About The Game : - The Game Challenge is to be the first to own a card of each species and become a Human.

    A thrilling indoor board game designed for kids

    • Based on concepts of Bhagavad Gita
    • Change into a different species with every roll of dice
    • Swing up and down the ladder of evolution with God’s mercy or Demon’s curse
  • sarvopaniñado gävo dogdhä gopäla-nandanaù pärtho vatsaù su-dhér bhoktä

    dugdhaà gétämåtaà mahat"This Gitopanisad, Bhagavad-gitä, the essence of all the Upaniñads, is just like a cow, and Lord Krsna, who is famous as a cowherd boy, is milking this cow. Arjuna is just like a calf, and learned scholars and pure devotees are to drink the nectarean milk of Bhagavad-gita (Gita-mähätmya 6)

     

    Drink in the milk of the Upanishad cow

    Nourish your inner wisdom here and now

    Enter the Depths of Devotional Know-how

    Bathe in the Sacred nectar as your daily vow

     

    208 Vital Verses from Bhagavad Gita in Devanagri & English,

    With Word for Word Meanings, Translations & Themes 

  • GITA SUBODHINI is a systematic study guide for the Bhagavad-gita. Gita Subodhini unveils the exciting structure and flow of the Gita by giving the connections between its chapters, subsections and verses in a lucid and colourful manner. Gita Subodhini gives a bird’s eye view of the expanse and the depth of the teachings of Lord Krishna in the Gita with simplified flow charts, summary tables, diagrams, additional notes from the commentaries of acharyas, special descriptions on vital verses, along with interesting thematic compilations and many other features. Gita Subodhini simplifies the apparent complexity in understanding the Bhagavad-gita, by integrating the explanations of our great acharyas, Srila Prabhupada, Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakur and Srila Baladeva Vidyabhushana, thus catering for the taste and the needs of avid readers, scholars and newcomers. Following a similar style like that of his earlier books Bhagavata Subodhini and Caitanya Subodhini, Gauranga Darshan Das presents Gita Subodhini for easy readability and assimilation of the Bhagavad-gita and delight in the splendor of its message. About Author : -  Gauranga Darshan Das is dean of the Bhaktivedanta Vidyapitha (www.vidyapitha.in) at ISKCON Govardhan Eco Village (GEV). He teaches scriptural courses at several places in India. He has written study guides including Bhagavata Subodhini, Caitanya Subodhini and Gita Subodhini, and compiled vital scriptural verses in the form of the Ratnamala and Tattvamala series. He runs a free monthly e-magzine called Bhagavata Pradipika.
  • Jai Hanuman gyan guna sagar Jai Kapish tihu loka ujagar Sounds familiar doesn’t it? But notice that Hanuman is being called Kapish…the king of monkeys...Hanuman did not rule any kingdom, then why Kapish? Because though he did not rule any kingdom, he ruled over hearts! Vali and Sugriva only sat on the throne, but Hanuman sat in every heart. Not only did he rule over the hearts of every citizen of Kishkinda, he also ruled over the hearts of Sita and Rama. He continues to rule over the hearts of unlimited beings even today. Thus he is rightly addressed as Kapish or king of Vanaras. For more interesting understanding on Hanuman Chalisa, get your copy of my new release on Hanuman Chalisa. This book will make your understanding of Hanuman Chalisa deeper.
  • it is Krishna who says in the Bhagvad Gita 4.9

    Janma karma ca me divyam

    evam yo vetti tattavatah

    tyaktva deham punar janma

    naiti mam-eti so'rjuna

    the more we hear about the appreance of Krishna and His divine pastimes , the more assured we are of exiting the merry-go-round of birth and death and going back to him   Janmashtami Wonders of the 8th Child is an attempt to evoke sublime emotions to enable a truly loving bond with Krishna through his many childhood adventures embellished with deep philosophical insights
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    About H.G Bhurijana Prabhu

    H.G.Bhurijana Prabhu first met Srila Prabhupada at 26 Second Ave, and was initiated by Srila Prabhupada in 1968. After preaching in Japan for about a year, in 1970 he opened ISKCON's first Hong Kong center. Throughout the early 1970s Srila Prabhupada would many times meet with Bhurijana during Srila Prabhupada's tours of the Far East: Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Fiji, Australia and New Zealand. In his last meeting in 1976, Bhurijana Prabhu was requested by Srila Prabhupada to help develop the educational system. Since then he has taught both academic and ashrama courses in Gita-Nagari and Vrindavana and has conducted several teacher training courses in Vrindavana. In 1987, in Vrindavana, he began the Vaisnava Institute for Higher Education, where he has taught courses in teaching, writing, and the main books of Srila Prabhupada -- Bhagavad-gita As It Is, Srimad-Bhagavatam, The Nectar of Devotion, The Nectar of Instruction, and Sri Isopanisad.   To fulfill Srila Prabhupada's desire, he is now organizing degree courses on Srila Prabhupada's books, especially the first six cantos of the Bhagavatam. No wonder that his main topic at Govardhan Retreat is Bhagavatam. He has written several books, including The Art of Teaching, Surrender Unto Me (in-depth study of the Bhagavad-gita), Studying Srimad-Bhagavatam, My Glorious Master and "Unveiling His Lotus Feet" - in-depth study of the 1st 4 Cantos of Srimad-Bhagavatam.
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    Japa Hindi

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    About H.G Bhurijana Prabhu

    H.G.Bhurijana Prabhu first met Srila Prabhupada at 26 Second Ave, and was initiated by Srila Prabhupada in 1968. After preaching in Japan for about a year, in 1970 he opened ISKCON's first Hong Kong center. Throughout the early 1970s Srila Prabhupada would many times meet with Bhurijana during Srila Prabhupada's tours of the Far East: Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Fiji, Australia and New Zealand. In his last meeting in 1976, Bhurijana Prabhu was requested by Srila Prabhupada to help develop the educational system. Since then he has taught both academic and ashrama courses in Gita-Nagari and Vrindavana and has conducted several teacher training courses in Vrindavana. In 1987, in Vrindavana, he began the Vaisnava Institute for Higher Education, where he has taught courses in teaching, writing, and the main books of Srila Prabhupada -- Bhagavad-gita As It Is, Srimad-Bhagavatam, The Nectar of Devotion, The Nectar of Instruction, and Sri Isopanisad.   To fulfill Srila Prabhupada's desire, he is now organizing degree courses on Srila Prabhupada's books, especially the first six cantos of the Bhagavatam. No wonder that his main topic at Govardhan Retreat is Bhagavatam. He has written several books, including The Art of Teaching, Surrender Unto Me (in-depth study of the Bhagavad-gita), Studying Srimad-Bhagavatam, My Glorious Master and "Unveiling His Lotus Feet" - in-depth study of the 1st 4 Cantos of Srimad-Bhagavatam.
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    Karna on Trial

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    Karna on Trial deftly cast away myriads of misconception about the enigmatic 'unsung hero' unveiling his true position in Vyasdeva's Mahabharata. In the Mahabharata , shalya describes Karna's valour during the final battle between Arjuna and Karna - 'Karna was like the desire tree and fulfilled the wishes of anyone who made any demand , just like birds seeking shelter from a tree. Karna always gave regardless of the consequences.Then why is Karna, in the introduction to the great epic , referred to as the trunk of a bitter tree ? this brings us to the question of what constitutes righteous conduct ?