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Sri Ramakrishna On Himself
The life of a prophet is best told by himself. This book is an attempt to form an autobiography of Sri Ramakrishna from his utterances about his life. We are sure that the readers will be delighted to go through it and get benefited by the contemplation on this great life. Complied by Dr. Mohit Ranjan Das.
By Swami Chetanananda
ISBN: 9780916356996; 876 pages; hardcover; $35
A compelling, highly readable biography of Holy Mother, Sri Sarada Devi. The book encompasses as much as possible all the previous biographies, even as it incorporates many lesser-known sources, such as eyewitness accounts and reminiscences, often available only in Bengali language.
In The Divine Realm
ISBN: 9788175054433; 376 pages; paperback; $14.50
The author, Swami Apurvananda, was a highly revered monk of the Ramakrishna Order. Besides being an intimate disciple of Holy Mother, Sri Sarada devi, he was blessed with the opportunity to live among the direct disciples of Sri Ramakrishna, and serve them in various ways. Originally published as ‘Devaloke’ in Bengali, this book presents his experiences of living in the company of those divine beings.
By Swami Ashokananda
ISBN: 9788175051263; 312 pages; paperback; $6.95
This book comprises a series of eight lectures delivered extemporaneously by the swami in San Francisco in 1953. The series explains in detail the Vedantic concept of the origin of a human being: one’s nature, one’s development and ultimate fulfillment. Spiritual seekers will find these lectures inspiring and practical.
By Swami Sarvagatananda
ISBN: 9788175053311; 92 pages; paperback; $3.50
A compilation of thought-provoking lectures, given by the swami to Western audiences, which help the reader comprehend the relationship between ancient Vedantic truths and later developed religious thought. This relationship, based on the principle of Absolute Oneness, harmonizes and then transcends different belief systems.
By His Holiness the Dalai Lama
ISBN: 9780385525060; 188 pages; paperback; $15.00
The Dalai Lama shares his hopeful and realistic views on how the world’s religions must peacefully coexist. All major religions confront the same perennial questions and each has its own distinct answers. The diversity of these insights can inspire dialogue that can enrich everyone’s pursuit of wisdom.