- × Set of 3 books - NOI, NOD and Isopanisad 1 × $18.00
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4 books set – Nectar of Instruction, Nectar of devotion, Sri Isopanisad and Bhagavad Gita
The Bhagavad-gita is the compact essence of all spiritual philosophy revealed in a most unlikely setting, at the onset of a world war that occurred nearly 5000 years ago. “Bhagavad-gita As It Is” is unique among the myriad Gita commentaries because the translations and purports are the work of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, who represents a line of teachers in disciplic succession from Krishna Himself. Srila Prabhupada’s faithfulness to Krishna’s teachings—and expertise in presenting them to western readers—make Bhagavad-gita As It Is true to its title.
2 books set of Science of Self Realization and journey of Self Discovery
3 books set of Nectar of Instruction, Nectar of devotion and Sri Isopanisad
A Guide to Gourmet Vegetarian Cooking and a Karma-Free Diet with over 50 famous Hare Krishna Recipes
Saptarishi Set is a set of 7 ancient texts (Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 1, Bhagavad Gita, Krsna: The Supreme Personality of Godhead, Teachings of Lord Caitanya, Nectar of Devotion, The Journey of Self Discovery, The Science of Self-Realization) which expresses the timeless wisdom of India originally preserved through oral tradition.
Srimad-Bhagavatam, an epic philosophical and literary classic, holds a prominent position in India’s voluminous written wisdom. This ancient text touches upon all fields of human knowledge, and is also a spiritual encyclopedia.
In the early sixteenth century the West was on one course, the East on another. In India, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu was directing people inward, toward a scientific understanding of the highest knowledge of man’s spiritual nature.
Avatar Art: Neo-Vedic Paintings Celebrating Life
Avatar Art offers a stunning panorama of the most popular figures in India’s array of avatars, gods, sages and demons. Explore a fascinating Vedic world portrayed by contemporary artists.
Srila Prabhupada wrote “Krishna Book” before he had even fully completed his translation and commentary on the Bhagavatam. He wanted people to hear about Krishna the person and His activities, in English, from an authorized representative of the Krishna-bhakti tradition. As he mentions in his Introduction, this was so they wouldn’t risk mistaking Krishna to be just another human being and his pastimes as mundane adventure/romance stories. It should be said, however, that fans of adventure and romance will find nothing lacking in this contemporary recounting of Krishna’s activities.
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