Lord Rama

One day , an ascetic came to meet Rama . After greeting him , Rama enquired about the purpose of his visit . The sage answered , “ First enforce the prohibition that whoever interferes while we are talking or enters this room ...

Lord Rama

Story of Rama (Hindu deity).

Tales From The Ramayan

of Mareecha and Lord Rama was wandering around in the forest in search of Sita. Shiva stared at Lord Rama to his heart's content but realizing that it was not the proper time, he didn't introduce himself and continued to move towards ...

Tales From The Ramayan

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Dating the Era of Lord Rama

This study should supply the answers to all the inquisitive minds , who struggle to comprehend whether Lord Ram was just a mythological character or a historical entity . For the followers and devotees of Lord Ram , the findings would ...

Dating the Era of Lord Rama

In the epic Ramayana, Sage Valmiki mentioned that when Lord Ram was born, the sun was located in Aries, saturn was in Libra, Jupiter & the moon were in Cancer, Venus was seen

Tales From The Vedas And Other Scriptures

Lord Rama had to accept doing so as everything happened before his own eyes . He declared : “ So it shall be , great sage . ” Meanwhile , Pauru was frightened . He requested Narad to suggest some device to save his life .

Tales From The Vedas And Other Scriptures


Vishnu s Mount

Kaag Bhusundi – as narrated in the Uttar Kand Ramayan* – was a Brahmin* and a great devotee of Lord Rama who had ... Being an ardent devotee of Lord Rama, he refused to believe the sages when they preached that God was formless.

Vishnu   s Mount

Do you know how the mythical bird Garuda became Vishnu’s Mount? What does a serpent coiled around a peacock signify? Which bird in the hands of Mohini represents carnal love? Have you ever wondered about the significance of the birds you see with gods and goddesses when you regularly prostrate and pray before them? Vishnu’s Mount unravels the world of birds in Hindu mythology and their significant roles in nature. It is a collection of interesting facts and characteristics of birds interwoven with the beliefs and practices through the ages that is a must-read for all bird lovers and bird watchers.

God and Science

Ramadasu suffered for 12 years in prison, when Lord Rama decided that his devotee had suffered enough. Rama and Lakshmana took the form of two young warriors named Ramoji and Lakshmoji and came into Tana Shah's bed-chamber in the middle ...

God and Science

This book is about God and Science, exploring the concept of God with particular reference to Sanatana Dharma, also known as Hinduism. Sanatana Dharma is eternal religion, and irrespective of a particular individual’s faith, universally it can be followed. Thus, Hinduism stands above all other religions and is a way of life that can be adopted, as it is universal in adaptability. A classic example is that of Dr. Annie Besant, the founder and president of the Theosophical Society of India, who remained a Christian despite adapting to the Hindu way of life. Want to know why we have to go to a temple to pray, why idol worship should be followed? The answers are here. Following Sanatana Dharma alone can give an individual God-realisation or liberation. The scientific basis of Sanatana Dharma is explored in detail in relevant chapters. In short, this book will be a lucid introduction to Sanatana Dharma. Every believer of God will find it worth reading to have a conceptual understanding of God, prayer and the science behind them.

The Kingdom of God

This, ladies and gentlemen, is a manuscript authored by none other than Lord Rama himself!” Vallabh allowed everyone a couple of minutes to absorb what he had just said. “That's right. This was indeed written by Lord Rama, ...

The Kingdom of God

The Kingdom of God! “It took about two hours for the ferocious flood to finally reach Pune. But it did it in style. Even the soldiers of Genghis Khan would have been proud of such a destructively grand entry. And what happened next was absolute massacre and plunder!” It was a great flood that almost destroyed a great city! But was it a natural catastrophe or a human-made weapon of mass destruction? A 12-year old boy accidentally learns what had caused it. He grows up to become an archaeologist and discovers an ancient box in the same city of Pune. The box, which contains two objects of great significance, has come all the way from Ayodhya! But before he can officially announce it to the world, he goes missing and is labelled as a traitor! 33 years later, with the backing of a politician, his daughter, Durga, goes on a mission to find out what happened to her father and his great discovery. However, she is unaware that a 2,500-year-old evil organisation called Madakhanja is also after the box. Why is the politician helping Durga? Was her archaeologist father killed or did he flee the country? How did the ancient box travel from Ayodhya to Pune? Where is it now, and what does it contain? Why is the Madakhanja so desperate to have it? Will Durga be able to stand up to the Madakhanja’s malevolent power? Niranjan Mudholkar’s debut novel answers all these questions as it undertakes a thrilling and action-packed journey through cities, centuries and coincidences. Join Durga and an array of colourful characters as they fight for their personal causes and in the process discover their own truths! But where will this ‘truth’ take them? Will it shackle them or will it liberate them? And, importantly, will it lead them to ‘The Kingdom of God’?

From Frustration to Fulfillment

The freed Kabandha advised Lord Rama to seek the help of Sugriva to find Sita. Continuing on his journey, Lord Rama met Hanuman and was impressed by his intelligence and skills as an orator. Hanuman introduced Lord Rama and Lakshmana to ...

From Frustration to Fulfillment

INSPIRATIONAL INSIGHTS FROM INDIA’S RICH SPIRITUAL LITERATURE Mind liberation is a process of unwinding through unlearning. A free mind is inclusive and absorbs more when in a liberated state. On the other hand, a tense mind has limited space for anything new. It clings to dogmas and detests change. Unless you learn to let go, you’ll experience shrinkage of mind space—in short, frustration. This is where the importance of spirituality comes in. Spirituality blends philosophy and psychology. Cutting across religious boundaries, you’ll find that there’s common groundin spiritual literature to inspire and lift your spirits when the chips are down. In this book, the author has included case studies drawn from real-life work situations to help you through experience simulation. Come and discover the ways to transform frustration into fulfillment! From Frustration to Fulfillment is a complete recipe for corporate and family management. SWAMI SUKHABODHANANDA is the founder chairman of Prasanna Trust. Swamiji is not only one of the most respected spiritual leaders of the country but is also popularly known as ‘the Corporate Guru’ among his followers. His expertise lies in synthesising the ancient wisdom of the East with the modern vision of the West. He appeals to both young and old, across a wide spectrum of society.

The Journey of Mind

disapprobation with Lord Rama (Hurrian/Hinduism), No?! King Ramesses I was identified to be the son of commander in chief named SETI (Indian phonetic name) newly formed dynasty of Hurrians, His uncle Khaemwaset, an army officer married ...

The Journey of Mind

This book is all about wisdom for curious minds continuously thriving to become a learned wise man. The objective of this book is not to give readers a fiction or fantasy to create an imagination in readers mind; it is all about scientific, hidden, rare, significant, researchful, historical, philosophical, idealogical, and derived informations. The author also did not miss to deal with conspiring thoughts that has taken shape as cult and ritual practices, which has been beautifully identified from all major religion and questions the preachers and scholars on the topics that were not explained properly and why it has been kept hidden, cautioning the readers and catering with well-perceptioned hints from the actual scriptures.

The Great Indian Corridor in the East

After Lord Rama killed King Ravana in the deciding war , Bibhisana , the younger brother of King Ravana was made the King to rule Lanka . Lord Rama initiated Bhibhisana at the throne of swarna Lanka . Bibhisana gave Lord Rama the flying ...

The Great Indian Corridor in the East

Commemorative volume in honour of late Hariprasanna Das, b. 1924, Indian geographer; contributed articles.

Agni Purana

Parashurama's verbal encounter with Lord Rama, the seventh Incarnation, took place in Sita's Marriage by her choice. Parashurama reached the venue when Ram had already broken the Bow. Seeing the Bow of his Chosen Deity, Lord Shiv, ...

Agni Purana

Puranas are almost like an encyclopaedia listing the human achievements in this part of the world till the time they were edited or compiled. In every cycle of time the master editor called Veda Vyas emerges to edit, vet and compile these records. Their significance is enormous even in the present, as they give a peep into the distant past of Hindus when the world was evolving and the psyche of the race was being formed. These Puranas record the arguments that make us to decide as to what is holy and what is vile; what is good and what is bad. By going through them we can compare our present day jurisprudence vis-a-vis the ancient norms. Apart from that, they are a huge store-house of information conceiving every subject under the sun. It is with the view of unearthing these gems that the present series of the puranas has been planned.

Ramayana The Game of Life The Complete Collection

So, what if Lord Rama was attached to His vows and lifestyle, even he had the right to be attached to his own vow. He had very clearly told Lord Rama during their last meeting at Chitrakoot that he wouldn't wait a day more once fourteen ...

Ramayana  The Game of Life   The Complete Collection

Features 6 National Bestsellers Ramayana: The Game of Life – Book 1: Roar with Courage Ramayana: The Game of Life – Book 2: Conquer Change Ramayana: The Game of Life – Book 3: Adopt Patience Ramayana: The Game of Life – Book 4: Stand Strong Ramayana: The Game of Life – Book 5: Radiate Confidence Ramayana: The Game of Life – Book 6: Think Big to Win Authentic narration of the epic with life lessons The RAMAYANA is not a story. It is a way of life. It is THE GAME OF LIFE. A good game is full of twists and turns at every stage and this magical epic arms us with valuable tools to deal with anomalies in our own lives. These quirks turn us into valiant warriors in the face of the most challenging situations.

Ramayana The Game of Life Book 1 Roar with Courage

All of Lord Rama's subjects were seated below in their respective seats. Everyone eagerly waited for the performance to begin. When the narration began, everyone was engrossed. Lava and Kusha were singing the Ramayana to the tune of the ...

Ramayana  The Game of Life     Book 1  Roar with Courage


Women Heroes and Dalit Assertion in North India

Rama told the saint that he had broken the laws of Brahminism and hence had to be killed. ... That is why the events described in the Ramayana occurred in such a way that Lord Rama killed Shambook and ensured him a place in heaven.14 ...

Women Heroes and Dalit Assertion in North India

This is the fifth volume in the series Cultural Subordination and the Dalit Challenge and explores cultural repression in India and ways in which it is overcome. The author shows how Dalit women heroes (viranganas) of the 1857 Rebellion have emerged as symbols of Dalit assertion in Uttar Pradesh and are being used by the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) to build the image of its leader, Mayawati.

Kailash Satyarthi

Rama, but Rama never appears in front ofus, unlike Lord Krishna who danced withus along with Radha the other day. Ifyou are so adamant togo toAyodhya thengo, but return only when youhavethe child form ofRama with you.

Kailash Satyarthi

Kailash Satyarthi has several identities he is globally famous as an anti-child slavery change maker, a global crusader of children rights, a mass mobiliser who transformed the lives of children in several countries and a writer who created public awareness on lesser known issues plaguing humanity. He started his career as an Electrical Engineer, but soon changed his mind to transform the destinies of countless children suffering across the globe. He has led the rescue of over 80 thousand child slaves all over the world and developed a successful global model for their education and rehabilitation. As it happens, invariably with all good and great people, Kailash Satyarathi also suffered numerous attacks on his life during his endless crusades to end child slavery of all sorts. A thrilling account of the life and times of a real life hero.

Kriya Yoga Unlocked

Symbolically this fact has been given in the above form that God stays in the seventh room. There is a popular story based on this fact: Once Brahmaji came to meet Lord Rama. He met Hanumanji at the door. Hanumanji told Brahma that Lord ...

Kriya Yoga Unlocked

This is a Kriya Yoga book intended to be read and practised by everyone, with/without initiation. Every word uttered by a Yogi has a special meaning that is totally unintelligible to even the highly intellectual people. This book is written in such a way that everyone can follow it up while trading the path of Kriya. People think that they are very intelligent, but if they try to understand very seriously, they realize perfectly that nothing is happening according to their intellect. Only those whose breath is not blowing in the left or right nostril are intelligent in this world. When breathing is faster, then in one day and one night respiration can flow up to 113,680 times. Normally during the same time, the figure is 21,600 times. During a day and night, if respiration is faster than usual, the breath can flow in and out 113,680 times. Normally, in the course of a day and night, there are 21,600 breaths. This figure is reduced by Kriya practice to 2,000 times. So, breathing 1,000 times in the day and 1,000 times in the night, in a normal course, provides greater Tranquility to a Yogi. One of his breaths takes about 44 seconds. Such a Yogi is matured in Kriya practice. Thoughts are inseparably related to breathing. So, when the number of breaths is reduced, thoughts are reduced proportionately. Eventually, with the tranquilization of breath, thoughts are dissolved. Thereby, the seeker can attain the After-effect-poise of Kriya, or eternal Tranquility, which is Amrita, nectar proper.

Sadhana

When Lord Rama was doing Ashvamedha Yagna, he left a horse displaying a placard around the horse's neck saying that whatever the distance this horse travelled without any obstruction, that area would be declared as part of Ajodhya ...

Sadhana


Diaspora Memory and Identity

When Lord Rama, the eldest son, is about to be anointed yuvaraja, or crown prince, his stepmother (the number-two queen) asks the king to fulfil an earlier pledge to grant her two wishes. Her first is to have Rama exiled for fourteen ...

Diaspora  Memory and Identity

Memories establish a connection between a collective and individual past, between origins, heritage, and history. Those who have left their places of birth to make homes elsewhere are familiar with the question, "Where do you come from?" and respond in innumerable well-rehearsed ways. Diasporas construct racialized, sexualized, gendered, and oppositional subjectivities and shape the cosmopolitan intellectual commitment of scholars. The diasporic individual often has a double consciousness, a privileged knowledge and perspective that is consonant with postmodernity and globalization. The essays in this volume reflect on the movements of people and cultures in the present day, when physical, social, and mental borders and boundaries are being challenged and sometimes successfully dismantled. The contributors - from a variety of disciplinary perspectives - discuss the diasporic experiences of ethnic and racial groups living in Canada from their perspective, including the experiences of South Asians, Iranians, West Indians, Chinese, and Eritreans. Diaspora, Memory, and Identity is an exciting and innovative collection of essays that examines the nuanced development of theories of Diaspora, subjectivity, double-consciousness, gender and class experiences, and the nature of home.

Hinduism To Management

Lord Hanuman became a dedicated devotee and Bhakt of Lord Rama after he met him in Kishkindha – Now Humpi in Karnataka. Lord Rama and his brother Laxman were travelling in search of Mother Sita and met Lord Hanuman and his friend Sugriv ...

Hinduism To Management

Hinduism to Management is not just a book, but set of underlying principles of Hinduism , their deeper meaning and importance for transformation of human race and application in day to day lives for upliftment of society, nation and entire globe. Human beings will get a roadmap of righteous and successful living by understanding hidden meaning behind Hinduism , Sanatan Dharma belief system and their concepts. This Golden book would give a glimpse and understanding of karma , karmic trust and other doctrines with their correlation. This book should facilitate a major and dramatic shift of human minds to establish Dharma and heaven on this globe.

My Connie

I wish God would give me twentyeight hours to a day. In memory of Connie, I want to share a true episode that happened over 5,500 years ago in India, during the time of Lord Rama, who was an incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

My Connie

Everything changed for Pradeep K. Berry on February 28, 2015. That was the day his wife of forty-one years, Constance A. “Connie” Berry, died. He’s been mourning ever since, and he seeks to cope with his loss in this tribute to his beloved spouse. In My Connie, he celebrates their love—a love that would have never happened if he hadn’t left India to go to the United States. He only had seven dollars at the time, and he could not have dreamed that he’d meet a beautiful, intelligent, American wife. The author’s family embraced Connie as soon as they realized she was polite, smart, and self-made. In short order, she became the star of the family. Berry lovingly describes Connie’s qualities, character, and ethics as well as her professional career. He observes that even though he’s been in tremendous pain since she died, he would have never had such a long and happy marriage if he and Connie had not loved each other so much. Connie and Pradeep, both consider themselves as two bodies and one soul. Now, Pradeep is hoping that they will be again two bodies and one soul in the next life. Join the author as he shares lessons on enjoying a happy marriage and honors the woman who made his dreams come true. His only hope is to make some difference in other woman’s lives and how their husband can make a difference in their lives.