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Shankaranarayanan - The Ten Great Cosmic Powers

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Rarnakriehne Math, Bangalore
Email: /iamb
4421120 00
Phone: 26616161/ 26616060
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ISBN 81-85 208-38-7
SRI CHAKRA, the king of chakras is a master
plan of manifestation drawn by the divine
Draughtsman on the board of the infinite, a
transcript of the Transcendent, a symbol-imageof the supernal verities. The spiritual and occult
tradition of the worship of the Mother Goddess
and the Sadhana of Srividhya are explained in
sixteen chapters in terms of modern thought and
understanding. Based on authentic and
authoritative Tantric texts the exposition in
English is inspiring and original, almost a classic
in the field of esoteric literature.
S. SHANKARANARAYANAN
5th Reprint 2002
s. 120/-
SRI CHAKRA
Rs 120/-
 
THE AUTHOR
Though his academic attainments are in
Mathematics and his professional inte-
rests lie in a specialised field of industrial
management, Sri S. Shankaranarayanan
has retained his first love for Sanskrit.In his childhood he was introduced tothe ancient Sanskrit lore by his grand-father, Sri S. Narayana Iyer, who was
himself a deep initiate in
Sri VidyiT,
Later he came under the dynamic in-
fluence of Sri Kapali Sastriar. Shankara-narayanan cherishes a special regard for
this tradition of the worship of the
Divine Mother and his treatises on
DeviMaheitmyam-both in
Tamil and English
- have acquired an authenticity of their
own. The present work on
Sri Cakra,
revealing as it does the depth of his
scholarship, practical insight and occultknowledge, promises to be a classic on
the subject. Endowed with luminous
intellect, well-versed in the modes ofesoteric worship and awake with an
active spiritual aspiration, Shankaranara-
yanan is marked out to play a singular
role in the resuscitation of the spiritual
and occult tradition of India in terms
of modern thought and understanding.
— M. P. PANDIT
BHAVARTHA-DIPI KA
JNANESHWARI
Sri
Jnanadeva
Sri Jnanadev or Jnaneshwar, Poet and Yogi, Jnani and
Bhakta, was on this earth for about twenty years, nearlyseven hundred years ago. His brief life was a divine event.
The Bhagavad Gita embodies the essence of the Vedic
Religion within a short compass and in the most popular
form.. That glorious dialogue between Nara and
Narayana, Arjuna and Sri Krishna, is aptly described as
Jnanamaya Pradipa - the Light of Knowledge.
Jnaneswar Mahraj had, at a very young age, a vision of
that Light and he gave discourses on the Gita which cameto be known as Bhavartha Dipika or Jnaneshwari, bringing
to light the deeper meaning and hidden significance ofthe dialogue between the Blessed Lord and Arjuna.The very original Commentary, long confined to Marathi
and a few other Indian languages in translation, was made
available for the first time to the world at large by SriRamachandra Keshav Bhagwat in a complete English
translation, published in two volumes in 1952 and 1954.Jnanadev departs from tradition and views the Gita as a
book of two parts,
PURVAKHANDA
or the first consisting
of the first nine chapters and
UTTARAKHANDA
or the
second part consisting of the last nine chapters. His
commentary on VI. 12 and other verses reveals for thefirst time the process and reality ofYoga fully justifying
the triple description of the Gita not only as
UPANISHAD
and
BRAHMA VIDYA
but also as
YOGA SASTRA.
The
Gita may be said to begin, in a sense, with Arjuna's
aspiration and surrender to Sri Krishna in a state of
perplexity The Blessed Lord imparts to Arjuna the Great
Word of the Supreme Secret
UTTAMAM RAHASYAM.
And the Gita concludes
with Arjuna's declaration in the
greatest self-knowledge Karishye Vachanam Tava -
I
shall fulfil your Word. May Jnaneshwari invoke the grace
of the divine and lead its readers to that Realization.
Long out of print and very much in demand, this spiritualclassic is now issued in a new revised edition incorporating
the text of the Bhagavad Gita in Devanagari along withProf. S.K. Belvalkar's English translation.6th Reprint : 2001
Pages XL + 690 Rs. 300.00
Sanskrit Text with English Translation
 
THE TEN GREAT COSMIC POWERS
(Dada Mahavidyii4

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