e-books in Hinduism category
by Giridhar Boray - upanishat.com , 2013
Over centuries, The Bhagavad Gita has been considered an important spiritual guidebook and has influenced many thought leaders in history. The Gita is set in an epic battlefield where a family of cousins are engaged in a war for control of a kingdom.
- Wikipedia , 2014
India has a rich and diverse philosophical tradition dating back to the composition of the Upanisads in the later Vedic period. According to Radhakrishnan, the oldest of these constitute the earliest philosophical compositions of the world.
by Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy - Smashwords , 2013
This book is about the common man who tries to understand Bhagavad Gita and apply the practices in his life. One among 500 crore people, a common man is still searching for identity and tries to lead a respectable life in day to day basis.
by B. Srinivasa Murthy (tr.) - Long Beach Publications , 1991
The Bhagavad Gita, the ancient gospel of Hinduism, has been given a contemporary translation by B. Srinivasa Murthy. This translation, direct from the Sanskrit, is vivid and easily understood, while remaining true to the spirit of the original text.
by Nagesh D. Sonde , 2008
This book is a paean to one of the most beloved of all Indian deities, as observed through the prism of the Mahabharata. Mr. Sonde turns his prodigious learning upon Krishna and the impact he has had upon Indian cultural and religious thought.
by W. B. Kandasamy, F. Smarandache - Automaton , 2006
In traditional Hinduism, the Vedas are considered divine in origin and are assumed to be revelations from God. In this book the authors probe into Vedic Mathematics and explore if it is really Vedic in origin or Mathematics in content.
by W.J. Wilkins - Sacred Texts , 1900
This is a comprehensive study of Hindu mythology. Due to the huge number of gods and goddesses, and their changing role through centuries of Indian spiritual life, this is a complex subject. This book covers the Vedic and Puranic periods.
by Swami Krishnananda - The Divine Life Society , 2008
Yoga refers to traditional physical and mental disciplines originating in India. This is a study of the mechanics of yoga from its subjective, objective and transcendental aspects. A complete guide-book almost incomparable in its nature.
by Romesh C. Dutt - Dent , 1899
Mahabharata relates to a great war in which all the warlike races of Northern India took a share, and may be compared to the Iliad. The vast mass of legends and poetry, accumulated during centuries, was cast in a narrative called the Maha-bharata.
by W. G. Archer - Project Gutenberg , 2004
The purpose of this book is to throw some light on Indian painting by presenting the story of Krishna in the clearest possible terms, in the form in which it has actually reached Indian minds and has influenced belief and worship.
by Swami Krishnananda - The Divine Life Society , 1994
The book on the structure of Inner India, it offers to students of Indian culture a taste of its quintessential essence and, to those who are eager to know what India is, a colourful outline of the picture of the heart of India.
by G.H Westcott - Hesperides Press , 2006
Of all the great Hindu reformers, Kabir have had the greatest influence among the uneducated classes of Northern and Central India. He was described as the Indian Luther. The number of those who are under the influence of Kabir is great.
by Pandit Binayak Misra - Vishwamitra Press , 1934
This monograph discusses the problems connected with the Bhauma family. For easy comprehension of the subject the book gives the texts and translations of almost all the published Bhauma records and a large number of inscriptions.