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  • 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.
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    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.
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    Aids visual learning

    The captivating and bright illustrations are perfect to grasp kids’ attention, making them turn the pages to read more. This book is great for picture comprehension and color recognition.

    Imparts ethics and morals

    The book is filled with stories that are passed down from generations and continue to fascinate young readers and adults alike. Lord Ram’s heroism and Sita’s grit and devotion symbolise the triumph of good over evil. The stories throughout the book impart moral values and teachings.

    Age-appropriate content

    The book is carefully designed keeping in mind age-appropriate content to help your child comprehend and enjoy the pleasures of reading. Its easy and engaging illustrations, writing style and stories filled with lessons and morals make reading fun for your little one.

    About the Author

    Shubha Vilas is a storyteller, motivational speaker and an author, who holds a degree in engineering and patent law, but he chose to leave the mainstream society to live a life of contemplation, and study scripture in depth. As a child, his grandmother regaled him with stories from the Ramayana, which captured his heart and soul, and thus began his tryst with scriptures. He started writing stories inspired by the Ramayana and how it is still as relevant to us as it was in the Treta yuga. Some of his popular works include Open Eyed Meditations, and Mystical Tales for A Magical Life: 11 Unheard Fantastic Vedic Stories which transform Vedic literature and epics into relatable stories and contemporary life lessons. Shubha has also penned down a fun-filled version of Panchatantra stories for children titled Pandit Vishnu Sharma’s Panchatantra: Illustrated Tales from Ancient India, to captivate them with beautiful illustrations, and lessons that sharpen their thinking abilities. Shubha is deeply passionate about imparting education that helps build character in children. This has led him to create a value-education module which can be incorporated into children’s existing syllabi. With this module, he guides young minds towards an inspiring life, filled with values and principles. Ishan Trivedi is an award winning Illustrator-Storyteller from New Delhi, India. After completing his Masters in Fine Arts from Lucknow University, Ishan has worked with several top children book publishers of India and abroad. His unique art style combines several traditional Indian Folk styles and presented with a contemporary taste. Some of his notable books are Boondi and Nimboda. He also enjoys sculpting and customizing action figures.
     
  • 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
  • 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
  • While navigating their way through Mumbai's horrendous traffic, Gaur Gopal Das and his wealthy young friend Harry get talking, delving into concepts ranging from the human condition to finding one's purpose in life and the key to lasting happiness. Whether you are looking at strengthening your relationships, discovering your true potential, understanding how to do well at work or even how you can give back to the world, Gaur Gopal Das takes us on an unforgettable journey with his precious insights on these areas of life. Das is one of the most popular and sought-after monks and life coaches in the world, having shared his wisdom with millions. His debut book, Life's Amazing Secrets, distils his experiences and lessons about life into a light-hearted, thought-provoking book that will help you align yourself with the life you want to live.
  • नाती दृढ करणं असो, स्वतःची खरी शक्ती शोधणं असो, कार्यालयीन ठिकाणी स्वतःतले उत्तम गुण शोधणं असो किंवा या जगाला काहीतरी भेट देणं असो; गौर गोपाल दास आपल्याला त्या संदर्भात या पुस्तकातून अविस्मरणीय अशी सफर घडवून आणतात. त्यांच्या प्रस्तुत पुस्तकातून आपल्याला त्यांचे जीवनानुभव अवगत होतात. अतिशय सोप्या आणि ओघवत्या भाषेत मांडलेल्या त्यांच्या विचारांतून आपल्याला जगण्यासाठीचे अनेक चपखल उपाय सहजगत्या प्राप्त होतात.
  • LITTLE YOGI IN THE MODERN CITY

    This Book is a collection of 25 Articles covering familiar topics and names that yoga students are certain to discuss or hear during their studies such as Sri Krishna, Gods, Shiva, Gita, Patanjali, teachers,the original influence of Yoga in the west, the purpose behind practicing Yoga etc. Through these compilations, deeper practitioners will discover directives to study the above names or topics in a more systematic way, while others will gain the clarity to avoid confusion. This quick read is to help one reflect on their journeys in meaningful ways to be little but effective yogis in their own surroundings.    
  • How do I stop myself from worrying all the time? Why do I overthink? Whom do I blame for my problems? Is my mind a friend or an enemy? My life seems so useless -what is the point of living? Is happiness achievable despite all my troubles? If any of these questions resonate with you, corporate practitioner turned monk and teacher Venugopal Acharya has the answers you're looking for. Beginning with the premise that the solution to an anxious or restless mind lies not in controlling the mind - an impossible task at the best of times - but in learning how to manage it, he recommends three powerful yet simple principles for mind management and happy living: Awareness, Acceptance and Aspiration. Moving a step ahead of merely outlining these 'self-help methods', the Acharya explains - through anecdotes from history and contemporary events as well as nuggets from ancient Indian scriptures - how to integrate these distinct concepts into a three-step practice for daily living and achieve benefits that are simultaneously immediate and long-lasting. An invaluable guide to self-transformation that is tailor-made for modern living, Mind Your Mind gently but powerfully reveals that you are much more than your mind - and you can, therefore, live a fulfilling, uncomplicated and contented life beyond it.     Venugopal Acharya is a full-time teacher, monk and counsellor at ISKCON. Before choosing the monastic order twenty years ago, he worked in the corporate sector, having earned an MBA in finance and a master's degree in international finance. He is a seasoned international speaker and has addressed audiences in the United Kingdom, Russia, Netherlands, Switzerland, Bahrain and Australia, sharing his thoughts on mental hygiene, emotional fulfilment and spiritual discipline. He is author of Are You Connected? and Cricket in a Monastery. His daily blog is available at www.yogaformodernage.com
  • MONEY & MAHABHARATA by Govinda Das based on the utility wisdom of the great Epic will enlighten the readers on the concept of wealth, how to attain it, how to retain it, how to grow it and at the same time how to remain sober while it grows. Sri Krishna taught the Pandavas to be smart and good, sharp and sweet, assertive without offending and resourceful without being extravagant. Hence, Sri Krishna is called Madhava  or the husband of the Goddess of fortune. Therefore, whoever follows Sri Krishna’s teaching, will certainly be like Arjuna who is known as Dhananjaya, or expert in collecting wealth the dharmik way.
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