Swami Turiyananda’s Patra by Swami Mahaprajnananda

Ramakrishna Mission Saradapitha - Mayermandir saradapitha, Howrah, West Bengal, India

The Letters of Swami Turiyananda is a compilation of letters written by Swami Turiyananda, a direct disciple of Sri Ramakrishna, to his fellow monks and devotees in America. The book provides a glimpse into the spiritual wisdom and guidance of Swami Turiyananda, who was renowned for his deep spiritual insight and profound spiritual experiences. Throughout

Mandukyaponishad by Swami Atmapriyananda

Ramakrishna Mission Saradapitha - Mayermandir saradapitha, Howrah, West Bengal, India

The Mandukya Upanishad is one of the shortest and most profound Upanishads, which is a collection of philosophical and spiritual texts in Hinduism. It consists of only twelve verses, yet it contains some of the most profound and profound philosophical concepts in Vedanta, particularly the Advaita Vedanta. The Mandukya Upanishad focuses on the nature of

Ram Nam Sankirtanam

Ramakrishna Mission Saradapitha - Mayermandir saradapitha, Howrah, West Bengal, India

  Rama's name is often chanted or sung within the many traditions of Hinduism. In Mahabharata, Shiva states that uttering "Rama" three times is equal to pronouncing the thousand other names of God. "Ram Naam Satya Hai" (transl. The name of Ram is the truth) is commonly chanted by Hindus while carrying a dead body to be cremated. This recitation implies that

Kathaponishada by Swami Vedatitananda

Ramakrishna Mission Saradapitha - Mayermandir saradapitha, Howrah, West Bengal, India

  The Katha Upanishad is one of the primary Upanishads, which are ancient Hindu texts that explore philosophical and spiritual concepts. It is part of the Yajurveda, one of the four Vedas, the foundational scriptures of Hinduism. The Katha Upanishad is a dialogue between a young boy named Nachiketa and Yama, the god of death.

Ram Nam Sankirtanam by Monks & Brahmacharins

Ramakrishna Mission Saradapitha - Mayermandir saradapitha, Howrah, West Bengal, India

  Rama's name is often chanted or sung within the many traditions of Hinduism. In Mahabharata, Shiva states that uttering "Rama" three times is equal to pronouncing the thousand other names of God. "Ram Naam Satya Hai" (transl. The name of Ram is the truth) is commonly chanted by Hindus while carrying a dead body to be cremated. This recitation implies that

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