Jagadguru Sri Adi Shankaracharya’s VIvekachudamani is an important Prakarana Grantha in Vedanta. This book contains Sri Jnanananda Bharati Swamiji’s verse by verse Translation of the work, with the original verses given in Devanagari script.
Penned by Sri Jnanananda Bharati Swamiji, in this book the contents of Sri Sankaracharaya’s bhashya on the first four sutras retold in a lucid manner. Originally it was published with the title “An introduction to the Study of Vedanta”
An abridged edition of the original ‘The Hindu Ideal’, which was collection of essays and addresses delivered in conferences of Sanatanists by Sri. Ramananda Saraswathi Swamigal (known as G Ramachandra Iyer in his poorvashrama).
Jagadguru Sri Adi Shankaracharya has composed many Stotras and Prakarana Granthas. Among them Aparokshanubhuti is one of the best known and most comprehensive work. It is a popular introductory work that expounds Advait Philosophy. Sri Shankaracharya explains the means and the path to directly experience Brahman as the ultimate Truth of one’s own nature.
This English book is the translated work of Sri Jnanananda Bharati Swamiji in a simple and lucid language which will be useful for the beginners of Vedanta study.
His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Bharati Tirtha Mahaswamiji has undertaken several tours to spread ‘Sanatana Dharma’ among the masses. The Benedictory courses delivered by Mahaswamiji at various places are compiled, edited and translated by Sri Chandrashekhara Sharma and presented in this Book. In the discourses, HH puts across even the most intricate topics of Dharma in the simple terms to make it easily understandable by all and attain spiritual progress.
Spotlight on Dharma – This book contains few Slokas in Sanskrit (i.e., a universal prayer, an aid to mental worship, some aspects of common Dharma and a glimpse of the teachings of the Bhagavat Gita) English translations of the verses have been included to facilitate understanding of the verses by those not conversant with Sanskrit,
A seminar was held in 1985 at Sri Shankara Math, Bangalore in which the Scientists and Pandits participated and exchanged their views in understanding the Modern Science and Sastras. This unique book, forms the collection of papers presented by them on ‘Perception’.
For the easy understanding of a common man, Jagadguru Sri Adi Shankaracharya has composed a simple Prakarana Grantha called Svatma Nirupanam. This Prakarana Grantha was translated by Sri Jnanananda Bharati Swamiji. This small treatise contains 154 verses which begins with the adoration of the Guru and an enumeration of the qualifications required for the disciple.
The author of this book has made a deep and intensive study of Sanatana Dharma and tried to present a panoramic view of the Eternal Law in this small book He has endeavoured to show how Sanatana Dharma has a universal appeal and yet how it caters for all individual tastes and is suited to all temperaments and stages of mental evolution.
This English book contains extracts from the teachings of Jagadguru Sri Sacchidananda Shivabhinava Narasimha Bharati Mahaswamiji and Jagadguru Sri Abhinava Vidyatirtha Mahaswamiji, the 33rd and 35th Acharyas of Sringeri Sri Sharada Peetham. Penned by Sri Jnanananda Bharati Swamigal, the contents of this book is written in lucid language so that it can be easily understood by one and all.