Author: Sri Mata Amritanandamayi DeviPublish On: 2014-11-09
Bhagavad means 'that of the Lord' and Gita means 'Song', particularly, an advice.
bhAgAvAtA(m): The book about the Incarnations of Lord Vishnu, especially
Krishna and His childhood antics. It upholds the supremacy of devotion.
Author: Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi
Publisher: M A Center
Amma's Enlightening Conversations From The Year 1984 Have Been Faithfully Recorded In The Awaken Children Series Volume 4. We Can Find Amma's Teachings On A Variety Of Subjects Such As: Beyond Duality; Spiritual Qualities Of Women; Humility; Suffering Of The Poor; Sadhana, Self-Surrender And Love; Do Not Laugh At Others; Believers And Non-Believers; Difference Between A Devotee And A Disciple; Innocent Faith And How To Study The Scriptures; Concentration And Meditation; Infinite Masks Of The Mother; Questions Asked By Westerners; Formation Of Qualities In Children; Fear Of Surrendering; Householders And Spiritual Life; Oneness With God Through Love; Work As Worship; The Nature Of The Guru; Spiritual Love And Worldly Love; Do Not Judge Others; Inevitability Of Death; Remembering God While Eating Food; A Question About Tantra; Mind And No-Mind. Lovingly Translated By Swami Amritaswarupananda. Published By The Disciples Of Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, Affectionately Known As Mother, Or Amma The Hugging Saint.
The total found by Brockington (1998) is 73,731 verses,” and 179 lines of prose; Book 4, Book of Virāta (Virātaparva); 2.5%, sl(111, 1564, 1), tr(2,145); Book 5,
Book of Exertion (Udyogaparva): 82%, sl(293, 5039, 3), tr(14, 715, 1); Book 6,
Author: Gerard DC Kuiken
The Svabhavikasutra is the original text on which the Bhagavadgita has been interpolated. The additions include reference to caste and the system of four classes, with a religious devotion to the god Krishna, and a war as background. The roots of the Bhagavadgita, the Svabhavikasutra, focuses on a deep spiritual philosophy, without a reference to a caste system, or to Arjuna or Krishna, or to a war.
In this benchmark five-volume study, originally published between 1922 and 1955, Surendranath Dasgupta examines the principal schools of thought that define Indian philosophy. A unifying force greater than art, literature, religion, or science, Professor Dasgupta describes philosophy as the most important achievement of Indian thought, arguing that an understanding of its history is necessary to appreciate the significance and potentialities of India's complex culture. Volume IV provides an examination of the Bhagavata Purana, Madhva, the controversy between the Dualists and the Monists, the philosophy of Vallabha, Caitanya and his followers, and the philosophy of Jiva Gosvami and Baladeva Vidyabhusana.
These are in my power and depend upon me ' says Lord Krishna ( Bhagavad - Gita 1982 : 244 ) . The transformative movement of Prakriti through continual
creation and dissolution does not make Prakriti sovereign , rather is continually ...
Blograd Gita fer Daily Living , Vol . II : Like a Thousand Suns Eknath Easwaran .
LC 79-1448 . 455p . 1979. 30.00 ( 2915132-04-4 Nilgiri Pr . Bhagavad Gita for
Daily Living , Vol . II : Like a Thousand Sans Eksath Easwaran . LC 79-1448 .
Walt Whitman Floyd Stovall " Main Drifts in Whitman's Poetry " American
Literature March , 1932 Vol . 4 , p . 5 . " The Power ( Serpent Power ) is the
goddess ( Devi ) Kundalini , or that which is coiled ; for Her form is that of a coiled
and sleeping ...
Vol . 4 , no . 4 . Sargeant , Winthrop , Translator . The Bhagavad Gita . Vol . 2 , no .
1 . Schiller , Friedrich . On the Aesthetic Education of Man in a Series of Letters .
Vol . 6 , no . 4 . Schmidt , Lynda W. Time Out of Mind ; Trekking the Hindu Kush .
dharma to find it's meaning in the Hindu tradition , specially in the Bhagavad Gitā
. ... of scriptural commandments , or that through which both prosperity here and
salvation hereafter are to be obtained.4 It is ... Dictionary ( Oxford : Clarendon
Press , 1956 ) ; W. K. Mahony , " Dharma " in The Encyclopedia of Religion , vol . 4 ...
Tântric Cults : Gāņāpatya and Saura Tantras , ” Prabuddha Bhārata , vol . 58 ( 2 )
... 58 ( 4 ) , 1953 . " Teachings of Sikhism , ” Call Divine , Bombay , vol . 1 ,
January 1953 . " Western Civilization and ... Bhagavad - gitā , " in Great
Scriptures , ed .
Author: R. Balasubramanian
Description: Originally published in French, The Civilization in Ancient India by Louis Renou deals with various aspects of polity, life and thought in ancient India. Based mainly on the great body of Indian lore supplemented by the data from epigraphical, literary as well as other sources, this work encapsulates vast information about India's ancient past covering the period up to the middle of the seventh century. In the four preliminary chapters in the first part of the book is given a succinct survey of history, literature, religion and philosophical speculations. The second part deals respectively with caste, family, elements of civil law, penal law, the state, politics and war, economics and public and private life. The facts culled from the substantial data marshalled by the author on these different aspects have indeed made this work invaluable alike for the serious student and researcher. A brief chronology of the period and bibliography on different subjects discussed in the book have added to its value.
Oppenheimer remembered a line from the sacred Hindu epic , Bhagavad Gita . “ I
am become Death , the Shatterer of Worlds . " The sinister cloud continued to
billow upward in one mushroom after another , finally disappearing into the ...
Nothing shapes our perceptions, emotions, actions, and ultimately our destiny as much as our mind.
Author: Chaitanya Charan
Nothing shapes our perceptions, emotions, actions, and ultimately our destiny as much as our mind. Though the mind is a constant inner presence, we rarely realize its presence, leave alone evaluate its effect.Mind It! offers sixty-four reflections on ten verses of the Bhagavad-gita, an ancient classic on mind management. Each of these reflections is like an inner torchlight for observing whether our mind is working for our interests or against them.Some of the reflections are: *The mind is a tormentor, not a mentor *The mind may replay, but we don't have to play *If we let the mind fill in the blanks, it will overwrite the sentence *The mind is like a dog that barks, but can't bite - unless we let it *When the mind cries wolf, know that the mind is the worst wolf *Play the part of the part and the whole will fill the hole*Meditation minimizes inner friction and maximizes outer contribution *The mind is the TV - and the TV-thief *When you shake an apple tree, don't be blind to the falling of mangoes With catchy, concise titles that convey the gist of each of its reflections, Mind It! is a ready resource for spiritual empowerment in our inner battle for fulfilling our potential.
A victor ( vijitasamgāma ) " : SN , vol . 1 , p . 233 G ; Itiv . , 82G ; AN , vol . 4 , p .
340 G. 67. Sn . , 543 , 562 ; SN , vol . ... DN , vol . 2 , p . 254 G ; Dhp . , 273 ;
Therag . , 905. Such expressions occur also in the Bhagavad Gitā ( XI , 8 ) -
Author: Hajime Nakamura
Publisher: Kosei Pub
This second volume in a two volume set traces the Buddha's final journey from Rajagaha toward his birthplace of Kapilavatthu, detailing the many events of the Buddha's death and discussing the beginnings of his deification.