This booklet presents Sri Lalita Sahasranama Stotra in Devanagari text only. Useful for chanting purpose. (No transliteration or English translation provided.)More info →
Tracing the projection of everything in the universe to the Supreme Brahman, the Purusha Sukta, a short hymn of eighteen Riks, contains a succinct of the Vedanta philosophy, which deals with the relation between man, God, and the universe. This Sukta finds a place in all the vedas with slight variations. The text followed here is the one appearing in Taittiriya Aranyaka, III,12-13.
The well-known Narayana Sukta, also from Taittiriya Aranyaka, X.13, whose "ideas" form the basis of meditation on the Supreme Person, is also included in this booklet.
Devanagari text with chant marks, and English translation are provided.More info →
Twelve stories told by Sri Ramakrishna to illustrate spiritual truths, retold for children and illustrated.More info →
The Holy Mother's words collected from books, journals and reminiscences and grouped by subject.More info →
Founder of Sikh religion who started his mission of spreading a new gospel to propagate divine love and that God is one, God is unity, and all human beings are equal in the eyes of God.More info →
Lord Mahavir was the 24th tirthankar or prophet of the Jain religion. He renounced the world and became a wandering monk practicing the religion of non-violence and non-possession.More info →
At age 40 Mohammad received his first 'divine revelation' and from this time onward he felt he had a mission in life to uplift his people from the precipice of moral degradation and debased idolatry.More info →
Born in 788 A.D., Sankara renounced the world before his mind could be contaminated by it, and embraced monasticism dedicating his life to God-realization and, also, to bringing back India to its pristine purity.More info →