By Asim Chaudhuri.
How Swami Vivekananda managed the paradoxes in his life forms the main subject-matter of this book. The author looks at the paradoxes of Swamiji;s life through the lens of Leon Festinger's "theory of cognitive dissonance", and the result is a stimulating work that brings out the co-existing "light-and-shade"facets of Swamiji's multi-dimensional personality.
By Swami Ashokananda.
This is a combination of three lectures of that title delivered by Swami Ashokananda at the Vedanta Society of Northern California in San Francisco.
This short book brings out a quiet of few less known facts about the spiritual dimension of Swami Vivekananda, describing his contribution to Vedanta and Spirituality in India and America, and especially the high state of his mind when he was in San Francisco.
By Dr. Satish K. Kapoor.
This book is an attempt to explain the quintessential of Hinduism within the orbit of time and beyond it. It explores the dynamics of Hinduism in a religio-historical framework through the second millennium of the common era.
It also discusses the aesthetic side of Hinduism, involving Hindu art, music, sculpture, iconography, temple architecture, impact of Hinduism on the Western world and place of women in Hindu society.
By Eminent Contributors.
Writings on education for complete self-development.
Swami Vivekananda said "The ideal of all education, all training should be man-making"
This book attempts to discuss this 'inside' of education which is man-making. A collection of 50 writings on various aspects of education 'in the widest sense'. This book presents the Indian worldview of divinity of man and unity of existence with various aspects of education, particularly the key ideas of Yoga and Vedanta which are great value to all educationists and students.
By Swami Vimurtananda.
Swami Vivekananda said "The abstract Advaita must become living - poetic - in everyday life; and must be put in a form so that a child may grasp it".
Deriving inspiration from these words author has written this book of short stories with valuable teachings of Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi and Swami Vivekananda, that are most relevant to the modern age.
By Pravrajika Atmaprana.
Sister Nivedita's work, service and contributions to Indian women and poor in the field of education.
By Saralabala Sarkar and translated by Probhat Mukherjee.
This booklet is on the life of Sister Nivedita by a Bengali writer who came in contact with Sister Nivedita in 1914.
A publication of The Ramakrishna Mission Institute Of Culture.
A life story and sayings of Sister Nivedita and incidents from her life.
By Bansi Pandit.
A book on fundamentals of Hindu religion and philosophy for all ages.
Edited by Swami Shuddhidananda.
This book presents the story of the rise of a new spiritual wave initiated by Swami Vivekananda and its impact on human society.
By Swami Vidyatmananda.
This book is an attempt to trace Swami Vivekananda's route across Europe and to find out the changes in the places that have taken place since then.
By Swami Lokeswarananda.
A lecture delivered by Swami Lokeswarananda in 1983.
By Joel S. Goldsmith.
This book explains that the great Power necessary to dispel the erroneous conditions which surround us, must be sought within ourselves-and it shows how it may be accomplished.
By David R. Hawkins, 295 Pages, Paperback.
This book provides all that one needs to know to reach the state or condition of consciousness termed Enlightenment.
By Swami Brahmeshananda.
Compilation of articles written by Swami Brahmeshananda on the problem of the universal suffering and the struggle for happiness in which humanity is engaged from times immemorial.
By Swami Premeshananda.
This booklet gives a roadmap to tune our bodies and minds and make them do what we want.
By Lakshmi Niwas Jhunjhunwala.
This book presents a description of the day-to-day proceedings of the Parliament and most importantly, the story of Swami Vivekananda's participation in it and the stupendous success destiny bestowed on him.
By Anjana Gangopadhyay.
The author presents two contrasting pictures: (1) The present day women, her status, and her expression of freedom, and (2) Swami Vivekananda's view of a truly free moman, and the way to achieve that freedom.
A publication of Vivekananda Kendra Prakashan.
This is an instruction booklet on Surya Namaskara.
By Swami Tathagatananda.
This book presents the key values to live by, that are needed for the modern man and the dire need for moral and spiritual values in life.
Edited and Translated by Minati Kar.
The Uttara-Gita gives answers to Arjuna's questions on the nature of Brahman, the knowledge of which will release him from the bondage of life and death.
By Swami Gokulananda.
This book contains speeches and press interviews of Swami Gokulananda stressing on imbibing a positive attitude in life by shedding all negativity.
A Vedanta Kesari Presentation.
This book dwells on various aspects of Sri Ramakrishna's life and message and how one can become joyful by living the spiritual ideal he embodied.
By Swami Tathagatananda.
Swami Vivekananda's message of strength and fearlessness.
Edited by Professor Nilanjana Sanyal.
This book contains papers read at a National Seminar on Spirituality and Positive Pschology held at the Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Kolkata, India, during the celebrations of the 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.
By Swami Satyamayananda.
This book presents the accounts of sages and seers, their stories in short form.