A vedic chant book in Devanagari script with swara (chant marks). Contains 16 Upanishads, 13 Suktas, Sri Rudra ,Chamaka and Arunah Prashnas, Ghana Patha, Sama Veda mantras and 25 stotras on various Gods and Goddesses. Sanskrit only.More info →
A vedic chant book in Devanagari script with swara (chant marks). Contains 16 Upanishads, 13 Suktas, Sri Rudra ,Chamaka and Arunah Prashnas, Ghana Patha, Sama Veda mantras and 25 stotras on various Gods and Goddesses. English transliteration not included.
Please note special reduced price due to some damage in the hardcover. Pages in perfect condition.
Newly available - Traditional chanting of the texts included in the book Mantrapushpam.More info →
Mukundamala or a Garland of Hymns to Mukunda is a Sanskrit poem composed in praise of Lord Vishnu by the saintly king Kulasekhara. In this edition, 41 stanzas have been chosen which form the core of the poem. This booklet provides the verses in Devanagari text, (no English transliteration) followed by English translation. Translated by Swami Gabhirananda.More info →
Lalla (Lallesvari, Lal Ded), the great 14th century Kashmiri Saiva mystic. Verses given with original text (Kashmiri) and English translation.More info →
A free English translation and commentary on this hymn of praise from the Rig-Veda. Devanagari text, chant marks, transliteration.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 →
A brief biography and some songs of the great poet and devotee of the Divine Mother. The songs of Ramprasad were often sung by Sri Ramakrishna.More info →
Devanagari text, word-for-word meanings, English translation and commentary.More info →
Sri Rudram is a beautiful Vedic prayer to Lord Rudra. The omnipresence of God which is universally accepted by all religions, is beautifully brought out in this prayer. The booklet provides Devanagari text with swara or chant marks (but no transliteration), followed by English translation of each verse. Translation by V. K. Subramanian.More info →