Epics and Mythologies in Hinduism
This epic is a full literary rendering of Vyasa's Bhagavata Purana written in prose by the author. It appears in 2 complete volumes and is based on translations by Swami Tapasyananda, Sri Ramakrishna Math, Chennai. It is considered to be a living embodiment of Lord Narayana with the second volume depicting the life of Krishna and all his glories!More info →
An anthology of verses from the Bhagavatam selected by the ascetic monk, Vishnu Puri, a contemporary of Sri Chaitanya. Includes an informative introductory essay on the Bhagavatam and the Bhagavata religion. Devanagari text with English translation.More info →
An exhaustive commentary on the Ramnama Sankirtanam, with additional relevant portions from the Adhyatma Ramayana, the Ananda Ramayana, and Ramcharita Manasa (of Tulasidasa). The original verses given in Devanagari, followed by Romanized script, and detailed exposition. A set of 3 volumes.
Originally delivered as 150 discourses, one hour each, in Kannada language by Swami Harshananda. Transcribed and translated into English by Krishnamurthy Ramakrishna.More info →
The original verses of Srimannarayaniyam by devotee-poet Bhattatiri who lived in 16th century Kerala. It is a masterly condensation of what is considered the greatest of all the Puranas. The commentary in English by S.N. Sastri conveys the magnificent poetic quality of this great work.More info →