God Talks With Arjuna The Bhagavad Gita Hindi
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📒Glimpses Of Guruprasad ✍ Dr. Hoshang Bharucha
✏Glimpses of Guruprasad Book Summary : The mystery and triumph of Glimpses of Guruprasad lies in its delay in getting published. Meher Baba or the Compassionate Father is considered the greatest spiritual Master of this generation. He observed silence from 10 July 1925 until He dropped His body on 31 January 1969 and His spiritual work in simplicity has endeared many from all over the world. Meher Baba stayed at the palatial residence called Guruprasad at Pune where for many years, He held numerous public darshans and private meetings with His followers. Meher Baba took a keen interest in explaining the spiritual ethos behind His discourses, ghazals and quawallis sung by His lovers as well as played the part of an intimate champion concerned with the day to day happenings of His disciples.
📒Wisdom S Blossoms ✍ Doug Glener
✏Wisdom s Blossoms Book Summary : Here is a timeless collection of traditional stories that recount the personal spiritual journeys and true acts of selflessness by saints from various religious traditions indigenous to India, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism, and Sufism. The authors present a diverse selection of these inspirational tales—about both men and women saints, from a variety of time periods, and from all over India—and make them relevant for a modern audience. The stories reveal that, despite their perceived differences, the same spiritual principles underlie all the great religious traditions.
📒Cassette Books ✍ Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
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📒Vijayanagara Voices ✍ William J. Jackson
✏Vijayanagara Voices Book Summary : The Vijayanagara Empire flourished in South India between 1336 and 1565. Conveying the depth and creativity of Hindu religious and literary expression during that time, Vijayanagara Voices explores some of the contributions made by poets, singer-saints, and philosophers. Through translations and discussions of their lives and times, Jackson presents the voices of these cultural figures and reflects on the concerns of their era, looking especially into the vivid images in their works and their legends. He examines how these images convey both spiritual insights and physical experiences with memorable candour. The studies also raise intriguing questions about the empire's origins and its response to Muslim invaders, its 'Hinduness', and reasons for its ultimate decline. Vijayanagara Voices is a book about patterns in history, literature and life in South India. By examining the culture's archetypal displays, by understanding the culture in its own terms, and by comparing associated images and ideas from other cultures, this book offers unique insights into a rich and influential period in Indian history.
📒Srimad Bhagavad Gita ✍ Pushpā Ānanda
✏Srimad Bhagavad Gita Book Summary : Interpretation of Bhagavadgītā; translated from Hindi with text.
📒The Bhagavad Gita ✍ Ravi Ravindra
✏The Bhagavad Gita Book Summary : A Guide to Navigating the Battle of Life “O Dhananjaya, do your work established in yoga and abandon attachment. Be impartial to success or failure, for yoga is equanimity.” —The Bhagavad Gita Myths offer truths that speak about the human condition and have withstood the test of time. The Mahabharata is one such magnificent saga and the Bhagavad Gita is the nectar of its distilled wisdom. The great Indian gurus and philosophers have looked at the battle of Kurukshetra as a euphemism for the struggle within – between a person’s asuric (demonic) and daivic (divine) inclinations. Eons later, the Gita is still relevant and popular. Is it because we are still fascinated about an ancient war and a philosophical discourse that happened in the middle of a battlefield a long time ago, or because we are concerned about understanding the constant tussle between good and bad in our lives and in our own consciousness? Ravi Ravindra’s fresh prose translation of the great epic stands out from the many other versions with its assertion that the Gita is, at its heart, an indispensable universal guide to help you cross the battlefield of life. Ravi Ravindra, PhD, is Professor Emeritus at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he served for many years as a professor in comparative religion, philosophy and physics. He is the author of numerous books including Science and the Sacred, The Wisdom of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras and The Pilgrim Soul.
✏Mad Tales from Bollywood Portrayal of Mental Illnes in Conventional Hindi Cinema Book Summary : This is the first book to investigate how mental illness is portrayed in Hindi cinema. It examines attitudes towards mental illness in Indian culture, how they are reflected in Hindi films, and how culture has influenced the portrayal of the psychoses. Dinesh Bhugra guides the reader through the history of Indian cinema, covering developments from the idealism of the 1950s to the stalking, jealousy and psychopathy that characterized the films of the 1990s. Critiques of individual films reveal the culture's approach towards mental illness and reflect the impact of culture on films and vice versa. Subjects covered include: · Cinema and emotion · Attitudes towards mental illness · Socio-economic factors and cinema in India · Indian personality, villainy and history · Psychoanalysis in the films of the 1960s Mad Tales from Bollywood will be of interest to psychiatrists, mental health professionals, students of media and cultural studies and all those with an interest in Indian culture.
📒The Beautiful And The Damned ✍ Siddhartha Deb
✏The Beautiful and the Damned Book Summary : A Globe and Mail Best Books of the Year 2011 Title Siddhartha Deb grew up in a remote town in the northeastern hills of India and made his way to the United States via a fellowship at Columbia. Six years after leaving home, he returned as an undercover reporter for The Guardian, working at a call center in Delhi in 2004, a time when globalization was fast proceeding and Thomas L. Friedman declared the world flat. Deb's experience interviewing the call-center staff led him to undertake this book and travel throughout the subcontinent. The Beautiful and the Damned examines India's many contradictions through various individual and extraordinary perspectives. With lyrical and commanding prose, Deb introduces the reader to an unforgettable group of Indians, including a Gatsby-like mogul in Delhi whose hobby is producing big-budget gangster films that no one sees; a wiry, dusty farmer named Gopeti whose village is plagued by suicides and was the epicenter of a riot; and a sad-eyed waitress named Esther who has set aside her dual degrees in biochemistry and botany to serve Coca-Cola to arms dealers at an upscale hotel called Shangri La. Like no other writer, Deb humanizes the post-globalization experience—its advantages, failures, and absurdities. India is a country where you take a nap and someone has stolen your job, where you buy a BMW but still have to idle for cows crossing your path. A personal, narrative work of journalism and cultural analysis in the same vein as Adrian Nicole LeBlanc's Random Family and V. S. Naipaul's India series, The Beautiful and the Damned is an important and incisive new work. The Beautiful and the Damned is a Publishers Weekly Best Nonfiction title for 2011.
📒The Tirukkural ✍ Tiruvaḷḷuvar
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