Lalita Sahasranama Stotra in Brahmanda Puran be, Given to Rishi Agastya by Lord Hayagriva certainly, Hayagriva an incarnation of Lord Vishnu does be, He who the storehouse of complete knowledge be. 1 Agastya, sad with ignorant, pleasure seekers be, Worshipped Devi Kamakshi - revered Devi Shakti, Pleading for a solution to uplift masses clearly, Hayagriva appeared, advised him, worship Devi. 2 Lalita Sahasranama stotra the best way does be, To attain both spiritual, material upliftment truly, Conveyed by sage Vyasya Maharishi certainly, By vagdevatas under Laita's direction definitely. 3 Other Sahasranamas composed by Vyasa Maharishi, Hayagriva has taught thousand Lalita names holy, Lalita Sahasranama also Rahasya Nama Sahasra be, Phala Stuti the effect of chanting it unquestionably. 4
TRAVANCORE STATE MANUAL was written in the closing years of the 1800s. It is a fascinating book in that the perspective of historical events that took place in the region known as the Indian Peninsula is markedly different from what is being taught in current day schools and colleges. There is need to bring this book out in a very readable form. That is what has been attempted here. VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS has written a foreword, which aims to elucidate the various differences in perspective, and also tries to focus on varying issues which are nowadays, hidden away from public knowledge. What ultimately comes out as background of unvarying strength is the fact that the English rule, especially that by the British EAST INDIA COMPANY was really of benign qualities, towards the common man of this area. This book contains the story of an independent kingdom at the southern most end of the Indian Peninsula, which lost its independence in 1947, in the wake of a fool coming to power in England.
Volume 2 of the definitive, scholarly English translation of one of the great religious and philosophical classics of the East. Included are the 12 classical upanishads. Fully annotated with a 160-page introduction.
Ancient Hindu civilisation is a cradle of culture, language and importantly stories. Every nook and corner of the sub continent reeks of stories. In a point where the theory of time is cyclic, the ancients hold the key or rather bear the torch which lights the way for present and future generations on the basis of their history, their stories. Read on the collection of Untold myths which still possess the secrets to lead our lives into present day.
The Hindi film song has held millions spellbound for nearly eight decades. In this unputdownable ‘labour of love’, India’s leading film song historian, Raju Bharatan, delves deep into his treasure trove to tell us how singing is all about romancing, how composing is all about feelings, how the twain, stardom and songdom, do meet to make the vintage film number a part of the nation’s psyche. He reconstructs song happenings over the last sixty years or so to condense the emotion and passion going into legendary star hook-ups, showing us how with the pairing comes the vibe, with the vibe comes the tune, and with the tune unfolds cinema that is a ‘Madhuballad’ all the way. This volum...
Sankara is regarded as one of the preeminent philosophical minds in the history of India. ATMABODHA (Self-Knowledge) is a deeply explanatory text on the essence of the Advaita Vedanta Teaching. The explanation of the terms and expressions utilized in the Scriptures is useful for the student's comprehension of the subtle themes that are often hidden in the Teaching, and the text is, therefore, an essential prerequisite for those who want to comprehend Advaita Vedanta.
This 32-page, full-colour booklet on Mahamrityunjaya will bring fresh hope and offer invaluable support to those who are sick and ailing. It contains the mantra for alleviation of illnesses; one that blesses you with a long, healthy life. Contains the specially energised Mahamrityunjaya yantra and a Picture Card for your altar. Assists you with an English trans-literation and translation of the Maha-mrityunjaya mantra. Narrates legends of Markandeya and of places and shrines sacred to the saints. Makes an ideal corporate gift, or a loving gift for your near and dear ones. Free energised yantra and picture card.
An interdisciplinary analysis of popular culture and the different ways in which our daily lives are mediated by the circulating power of film, this book studies South Indian cinema, particularly Telugu cinema: its economics, its on-screen manifestations, its consumption, and the Cinema Politics Association.