By Swami Rama
By Swami Rama
By Devadatta Kali
The Svetasvataropanisad is taken into account to be the main appealing of all of the Upanisads, the philosophical texts of the Hindu faith. during this new translation, Devadatta Kali takes a clean glance, and works from a brand new premise that the Svetasvatara represents a Saivite (one of the Hindu sects) perspective. This he claims, permits its meant aspiring to shine forth. the interpretation and statement brings to existence the seer Svetasvatara, who now and then delights in provocation and notice play, permitting the reader to percentage the enjoyment of his liberated imaginative and prescient that every one this global is an expression of the Divine. This translation goals to trap the seer's ecstatic reaction to the wonders of production whereas pointing the reader in the direction of the even better ask yourself of its resource. Devadata Kali's goal in his translation and the observation is to show the colourful immediacy of the Sanskrit unique and strip away many centuries of exegetical accretions so as to make Svetasvatara's message heard as he intended--as an announcement of profound perception designed to lead, motivate, and enlighten.
Features of the text:
13 pages of uninterrupted fl ow of the interpretation of the Upanisad.6 chapters of the Upanisad in unique Sanskrit with English translation and commentary.Two appendixes giving the word-by-word research of the Sanskrit and an entire tabulation of the correspondences with different texts and inner corresponds in the Upanisad itself.Index together with bilingual references and significant issues through verse.
By F. Max Müller
By A. Whitney Sanford,Vandana Shiva
The expenses of commercial agriculture are awesome by way of harm to the surroundings, human wellbeing and fitness, animal soreness, and social fairness, and the placement calls for that we extend our ecological mind's eye to satisfy this situation. in line with transforming into dissatisfaction with the prevailing nutrition procedure, farmers and shoppers are growing trade types of creation and intake which are either sustainable and equitable. In Growing tales from India: faith and the destiny of Agriculture, writer A. Whitney Sanford makes use of the tale of the deity Balaram and the Yamuna River as a starting place for discussing the worldwide meals problem and illustrating the Hindu origins of agrarian thought.
By making use of narrative as a way of assessing glossy agriculture, Sanford encourages us to think again our dating with the earth. only developing new tales isn't adequate -- she asserts that every tale needs to result in replaced practices. Growing tales from India demonstrates that traditional agribusiness is just one of many innovations and engages the paintings of contemporary agrarian luminaries to discover how substitute agricultural equipment might be implemented.
By Ananda K. Coomaraswamy,Marie-Hélène Castier-Béreau
By Jesse Ross Knutson
By Vanamali,Bhoomananda Tirtha Maharaj
• Examines what number middle recommendations of Hinduism, together with Brahman, Atman, bhakti, karma, and reincarnation, relate to trendy technological know-how
• Explores the medical discoveries of the rishis, historical Vedic sages, and the way they've got only in the near past been rediscovered by means of Western scientists
• unearths the suggestions of quantum physics hidden in the Vedas, the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanishads, and the Puranas
Called “the scientists of Hinduism,” the rishis of historical India have been the scribes of the Vedas. They constructed the non secular technological know-how of Hinduism, Sanatana Dharma, as their method of making sure the consistent renewal and development of India’s religious culture and tradition. Sanatana Dharma permeates each point of Hindu tradition, from faith to the humanities to the sciences. Woven inside of its Vedic texts lie the entire crucial ideas of quantum physics and different smooth medical discoveries.
Providing an entire advent to the technological know-how of Sanatana Dharma, Vanamali unearths how the middle options of Hinduism, together with Brahman, Atman, bhakti, karma, and reincarnation, relate to fashionable technological know-how and the way the clinical discoveries of the traditional rishis were lately rediscovered via the West. She examines the medical ideas in the vintage tales and texts of India, together with the Vedas, the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanishads, and the Puranas. in the teachings of the traditional Puranic sages and saints comparable to Valmiki and Vyasa and mythical physicians and mathematician-philosophers akin to Aryabhatta and Varahamihir, the writer finds nice clinical truths--not these believed through the traditional global, yet truths nonetheless upheld via glossy technological know-how, fairly quantum physics. She explores Desha and Kaala (Space and Time), Shankara and his philosophy of Advaita Vedanta, and the Hindu sciences of arithmetic, astronomy, and Vedic astrology.
In illustrating the medical foundation of Hinduism and the discoveries of its sages, Vanamali offers a window into the depths of this such a lot historic religious manner of life.
By Losang Gyatso
By Brian Arthur Brown,SJ, Francis X., Clooney,David Bruce,K. E. Eduljee,Richard Freund,Cyril Glassé,Victor H. Mair,Jacqueline Mates-Muchin,Arvind Sharma
By Aishwary Kumar