Hanumanchalisa was written by Goswami Tulsidas in sixteenth Century. This book is a poem of 40 verse called chaupies. This was written in praise of Lord Hanuman. This is one of the most sacred book for all Hindus across the globe.
(With an Introduction by Aldous Huxley) In its Eastern aspects—Chinese, Hindu, and Japanese—Zen Buddhism has proved a puzzle, although a stimulating one, to the Western mind. Himself a Westerner, Dr. Benoit has approached it through an occidental manner of thinking. “For the first time, Dr. Benoit presents the traditional doctrine of Zen Buddhism in a language that is understandable to the Western world,” says one of his Indian admirers, Swami Siddheswarananda. The author does not advocate a “conversion” to Eastern religion and philosophy. Rather, he would have Western psychological thinking and reasoning meet with oriental wisdom on an intellectual plane, in order to make it par...
Here is a new Clay Sanskrit Library publication of "Sundara," Book Five of Valmiki's Ramayana, the source revered throughout India as the original account of the career of Rama, ideal man and incarnation of the great god Vishnu. After his great leap, Hanuman finds and explores the demons' city. The poet describes the opulence of the court of the demon king, Ravana, the beauty of his harem, and the hideous deformity of Sita's wardresses. Hanuman witnesses Sita's stern rejection of Ravana's blandishments, reveals himself to the princess, shows her Rama's signet ring as proof of identity, and offers to carry her back to her husband. She nevertheless insists that Rama must come himself to avenge the abduction. The mighty monkey then wreaks havoc and fights a series of hair-raising battles. Captured by the warrior Indrajit, Hanuman admonishes Ravana for his lechery. His tail set ablaze, he escapes his bonds and sets fire to the city. Taking leave of Sita, Hanuman once more leaps the ocean to rejoin his monkey companions and tell Rama what has happened.
These spiral bound splash-resistant cards make a quick reference to essential information, and help predict the weather These cards should be carried on board. They contain all the weather information people find hard to remember such as Sea Areas, Coastal Stations, times of broadcasts, cloud systems, how to predict the weather around lows and highs, and the terms used in broadcasts. Add a chinagraph pencil and you can fill in details and make predictions. The Weather Companion can also be used as a revision aid for the various RYA courses, which it covers.
This book examines the causes of mental illness and psychic-mental suffering, individual and social violence, ideology and utopia, and it proposes a collaboration between neuroscience, psychoanalysis, and philosophy. As an alternative to the "bad" qualities of the mind, namely the negative feelings, psychoanalysis tries to promote the "good" qualities of the mind, comprising of a positive inner world, in which every kind of positive feeling participates. -- P.  of cover.
'The Bhagavad Gita' is an intensely spiritual work that forms the cornerstone of the Hindu faith, and is also one of the masterpieces of Sanskrit poetry. It describes how, at the beginning of a mighty battle between the Pandava and Kaurava armies, the god Krishna gives spiritual enlightenment to the warrior Arjuna, who realizes that the true battle is for his own soul.