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One Scripture For The Entire World

One Scripture For The Entire World

Bhagavad-gita, or the Song of the God, is the most ancient, widely read and authoritative religious scripture known to man and is a book of spiritual knowledge surpassing all others…

By His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

By His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

Nectar of Devotion--especially intended for those who are engaged in the Krsna consciousness movement. The text is flooded with nactarian stories, philosophy and poetic verses about Krsna and His pure…

A Successful Life (Householder’s Autobiography)

This is a book written in Hindi as the autobiography of Shri Nagarji. The most interesting part of the book is that one can enjoy in it the pleasure of…

Teachings of Lord Caitanya — Book Review

TEACHINGS OF LORD CHAITANYA begins with the Lord's instructions to Rupa Goswami. "The science of devotional service is just like a great ocean and it is not possible to show…

Bhagavad-gita As It Is Book Review

The Bhagavad Gita, also known as the Geetopanishad, was first spoken by Lord Sri Krishna to His disciple Arjuna some five thousand years ago, just prior to the great Battle…

Sri Isopanisad — “The Original Person”

Sri Isopanisad — “The Original Person”

The most ancient of Indias famed Upanishads speaks with surprising relevance to the problems of technological man in this new and important translation. The author is the most distinguished teacher…

Teachings of Hasidism: “I and Thou” by Martin Buber

Teachings of Hasidism: “I and Thou” by Martin Buber

One of the best-known Jewish thinkers is Martin Buber. Called a poet, mystic and existentialist, the professor has written a number of appreciations of Hasidism, a mystical Jewish folk movement…

Book Review: The True Believer by Eric Hoffer

Hoffer's favorite adjective for the villains of his piece is "frustrated"—the assumption being they aren't strong enough to face themselves and make a go of it in the world, so…

“THE BOOK” — Book Review

THE BOOK purports to be a reinterpretation of Vedanta, one of the ancient Scriptures of India. This is necessarily like re-writing The Bible, and it wouldn't be possible not to…

SIDDHARTHA, a novel by Hermann Hesse — Book Review

SIDDHARTHA could only have been written by a European scholar, and even though the setting is India, however every line and page seems to crackle with European Heaven, European Hell,…