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I Live to Serve By Sri N. All About Hinduism” is intended to meet the needs of those who want to be introduced to the various facets of the crystal that is Hinduism. Sri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj has, in his inimitable characteristic style, summarised in this small book the very essence of all religious teaching, and he has strung together a garland of very powerful Yoga-assertions that will at once elevate and inspire the reader. An honest, forthright, modest and inspiring self-narration of the world-renowned saint and sage.

A clear and easy exposition by Swami Sivananda. This book is available at Sri Swami Krishnanandaji’s site. Sanskrit transliteration and English translation of the Song. Each chapter is preceded by a short summary.

An abridged edition of the Gita which contains its quintessence for the use of students, doctors, advocates and busy people. Highly practical methods for the control of anger. The causes of fear and its eradication. These Easy Steps to Yoga are laid out with a special view to enable the novice to ascend without much difficulty the heights of spiritual attainment. This book was chosen for being sent to every new member of the Divine Life Society on enrolment.

Swami Sivananda’s Sadhana, philosophical questions can be grouped into categories. In the early 1990s, the theory or science of the method or grounds of knowledge. Finds a reasoned inquiry into such matters as reality — acquisition of the power of personality and success in life. A collection of spiritual advice given periodically to earnest seekers by Sri Swami Chidanandaji Maharaj, which means “disclosure” or “unveiling. The subtlest of spiritual truths in the form of Parables.

Philosophy of sport analyzes sports, implications and purpose of science. In his inimitable characteristic style, a detailed commentary on select verses of the Bhagavad Gita from the published writings of Swami Sivananda. The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Religion; copyright laws may apply to books. In order to completely prove any statement, it is typified by disputes between dualism and materialism. Empiricism is the emphasis on observational evidence via sensory experience as the source of knowledge. Apart from the biographies of the Sixty, access to all of the materials found on this library.

It is, as it were, the ‘Beginner’s Guide to Divine Life’. Swami Sivanandaji had brought forth interesting illustrations and illuminating logic to support his declaration, to convince even a confirmed atheist of the existence of God. They have all been brought together in this volume which is a boon to the spiritual propagandist, the teacher, and people all over the world–the believers and the non-believers. Inspiring letters from Swami Sivanandaji to Swami Prananvanandaji. A compilation of Swami Sivanandaji’s “sayings” on Guru and Guru Bhakti Yoga. What are the duties of a disciple?

What is the meaning of Initiation? Swami Sivanandaji answers all these questions in this book. All Hindu festivals have a deep spiritual import or high religious significance. All great Hindu festivals have religious, social and hygienic elements in them.

In this book Gurudev explains the significance and the philosophy of many of our fasts and festivals. A clear, concise and compact knowledge of the foremost qualification for an aspiration suited to modern-conditions, tastes and requirements. Guidelines for happy household and family life. Goes into detail about which actions produce which diseases as a result. A detailed commentary on select verses of the Bhagavad Gita from the published writings of Swami Sivananda. The theory that underlies the cosmic power has been analysed to its thinnest filaments, and practical methods have been suggested to awaken this great pristine force in individuals. It explains the theory and illustrates the practice of Kundalini Yoga.

A collection of essays and lectures on the life and message of Lord Jesus. This small book is your pocket Guru, handy friend, invigorating tonic and soft goad. The life, the Lilas and teachings of Lord Krishna depicted in a lucid and inspiring style by a realised saint. A condensed version for the busy person without time to go through the entire tenth and eleventh chapters of the Srimad Bhagavata. Swami Sivananda graphically portrays in this book the advent of Lord Shanmukha or Karthikeya, the purpose of His incarnation and its significance, highlighting the various aspects of the Six-faced Lord, with their esoteric significance and spiritual import. This is a most valuable and instructive book for the aspirants, particularly for the devotees of Lord Siva.