Thursday, September 30, 2010

Complete Works of Swami Rama Tirtha - In Woods Of God-Realization - 10 Volumes

Described as “one of the greatest souls, not only of India, but of the whole world” by Mahatma Gandhi, Swami Rama Tirtha (1873-1906) was a living embodiment of the teachings of Advaita Vedanta. Swami Rama Tirtha visited the United States from 1902-1904 and was one of the first great Swamis to bring the message of Vedanta to the U.S., Japan and Egypt, following in the footsteps of Vivekananda.
In Woods of God Realization is a complete collection of his writings and lectures. In this ten volume work, Swami Rama Tirtha presents a practical and inspiring view of Vedanta and also discusses various topics such as God-realization, Vedanta, Christianity and Islam, war and peace, and India's destiny.
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Download Free Books on Hinduism from Digital Library of India

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108 Upanishads with Sanskrit Commentary of Upanishad Brahma Yogin - 8 Volumes

Upanishad Brahmayogin is the cognomen of Ramachandrendra Sarasvati, a great sannyasin and Advaitin who is credited with having written commentaries on all 108 upanishads of the Muktika canon. His works have been translated and published by the Adyar Library. He was born sivarama of Vadhula gotra in Brahmapuram, a village on the river Palar. This would date to the middle of the 18th century, based on tales of his association, as an older contemporary, with Tyagaraja (1767 1847 CE).

His sanyasa name was Ramachandrendra, but he came to be known for his scholarship by names such as Upanishad brahma yogi, Upanishad brahmendra and Upanishad brahman.
His commentaries on all 108 upanishads of the Muktika canon were the fulfilment of a wish of his father Sivakamesvara. Besides these, he was also the author of independent works such as the Paramadvaita siddhanta paribhasa and the Upeya nama viveka. A prolific author, he annotated the colophons of each of his works with the number of granthas contained in it, presumably to prevent interpolation. On this basis, his works amount to over 45,000 granthas.
Muktika Upanishad gives the list of 108 Upanishads. It is given as the teaching of the Divine Incarnation Sri Rama to his devotee Hanuman. It mentions the list in two places. In the first section (khanda) of adhyaya 1, verses 30 39, the 108 names are given in a metrical form. In the first adhy aya, second section (kh anda), verses 1 5, is given the subsets of these Upanishads associated with the five Ved as namely Rigveda (10), Shukla Yajurveda (19), Krishna Yajurveda (32), Samaveda (16) and Atharvaveda (31). The text of Muktika Upanishad can be found in the book, “Samanya Vedanta Upanishads” published by Adyar Library, Adyar, Chennai.
Īsha Sukla Yajur Veda
Kena Sama Veda
Katha Krishna Yajur Veda
Prashna Atharva Veda
Mundaka Atharva Veda
Mandukya Atharva Veda
Aitereya Rig Veda
Taittiriya Krishna Yajur Veda
Chhandogya Sama Veda
Brahadaranyaka Sukla Yajur Veda
Samanya Vedanta Upanishads
Svetasvatara Krishna Yajur Veda
Garbha Krishna Yajur Veda
Maitrayani Sama Veda
Kaushitaki Rig Veda
Subala Sukla Yajur Veda
Mantrika Sukla Yajur Veda
Sarvasara Krishna Yajur Veda
Niralamba Sukla Yajur Veda
Sukarahasya Krishna Yajur Veda
Vajrasuchi Sama Veda
Atmabodha Rig Veda
Skanda Krishna Yajur Veda
Mudgala Rig Veda
Paingala Sukla Yajur Veda
Mahat Sama Veda
Sariraka Krishna Yajur Veda
Ekakshara Krishna Yajur Veda
Annapurna Atharva Veda
Surya Atharva Veda
Akshi Krishna Yajur Veda
Adhyatma Sukla Yajur Veda
Savitri Sama Veda
Atma Atharva Veda
Pranaagnihotra Krishna Yajur Veda
Muktika Sukla Yajur Veda
Saiva Upanishads
Kaivalya Krishna Yajur Veda
Atharvasira Atharva Veda
Atharvasikha Atharva Veda
Brahajjabala Atharva Veda
Kaalagnirudra Krishna Yajur Veda
Dakshinamurthi Krishna Yajur Veda
Sarabha Atharva Veda
Akshamaala Rig Veda
Rudrahrudaya Sama Veda
Bhasmajabala Atharva Veda
Rudrakshajabala Sama Veda
Ganapati Atharva Veda
Panchabrahma Krishna Yajur Veda
Jabali . Sama Veda
Sakta Upanishads
Sita Atharva Veda
Tripuratapini Atharva Veda
Devi Atharva Veda
Tripura Rig Veda
Bhavana Atharva Veda
Saubhagyalakshmi Rig Veda
Sarasvatirahasya Krishna Yajur Veda
Bahvrichi . Rig Veda
Vaishnava Upanishads
Narayana Krishna Yajur Veda
Nrsimhatapini Atharva Veda
Tripadvibhutimahanarayana Atharva Veda
Ramarahasya Atharva Veda
Ramatapini Atharva Veda
Vasudeva Sama Veda
Avyakta Sama Veda
Tarasara Sukla Yajur Veda
Gopalatapini Atharva Veda
Krishna Atharva Veda
Hayagriva Atharva Veda
Dattatreya Atharva Veda
Garuda Atharva Veda
Kalisantarana Krishna Yajur Veda
Sanyasa Upanishads
Brahma Krishna Yajur Veda
Jabala Sukla Yajur Veda
Arunika Sama Veda
Paramahamsa Sukla Yajur Veda
Maitreyi Sama Veda
Nirvana Rig Veda
Narada Parivrajaka Atharva Veda
Bhikshuka Sukla Yajur Veda
Turiyatita Sukla Yajur Veda
Sanyasa Sama Veda
Paramahamsaparivrajaka Atharva Veda
Kundika Sama Veda
Parabrahma Atharva Veda
Avadhuta Krishna Yajur Veda
Katharudra Krishna Yajur Veda
Yajnavalkya Sukla Yajur Veda
Satyayani . Sukla Yajur Veda
Yoga Upanishads
Advayataraka Sukla Yajur Veda
Trishikibrahmana Sukla Yajur Veda
Brahmavidya Krishna Yajur Veda
Yagatattva Krishna Yajur Veda
Amrtanada Krishna Yajur Veda
Darshana Sama Veda
Mandalabrahmana Sukla Yajur Veda
Yogashikha Krishna Yajur Veda
Amrtabindu Krishna Yajur Veda
Dhyanabindu Krishna Yajur Veda
Mahavakya Atharva Veda
Varaha Krishna Yajur Veda
Kshurika Krishna Yajur Veda
Pashupatabrahma Atharva Veda
Yagakundali Krishna Yajur Veda
Shandilya Atharva Veda
Tejobindu Krishna Yajur Veda
Nadabindu Rig Veda
Yogachudamani Sama Veda
Hamsa Sukla Yajur Veda
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Samanya Vedanta Upanishads
Saiva Upanishads
Sakta Upanishads
Vaishnava Upanishads
Sanyasa Upanishads
Yoga Upanishads

Srimad Bhagavad Gita Sankara Bhashya English A Mahadeva Sastri

This book contains Sanskrit text of Srimad Bhagavad Gita with the commentary of Sri Adi Sankaracharya translated into English by Alladi Mahadeva Sastri. Adi Sankara's is probably the earliest extent commentary on the Bhagavad Gita. His commentary occupies a prominent place among the countless commentaries on the Bhagavad Gita by ancient and modern scholars and saints in various languages.

Srimad Bhagavad Gita with 11 Sanskrit Commentaries - GS Sadhale 3

The Bhagavad Gita is one of the most revered sacred scriptures of Hinduism and is considered as one of the most important religious classics of the world.

All great Hindu acharyas of all times and from all parts of India have written commentaries on the Bhagavad Gita, most wellknown among them being the commentaries of Sri Sankara, Sri Ramanuja and Sri Madhwa, to name a few.
Sri Gajanan Shambhu Sadhale Sastri compiled the major commentaries on the Gita into a single book. First edition of this book, Srimad Bhagavad Gita with Eleven Sanskrit Commentaries, edited and compiled by him was published (partially) in 1906. Later, this work was published completely as a 3 volume set in 1935.
This book contains the following commentaries.

01. Shankaracharya's Adwaita Bhashya

02. Anandagiri's Vyakhya

03. Ramanuja's Vishista adwaita Bhashya

04. Deshika's Tatparya chandrika

05. Madhva's Dwaita Bhashya,

06. Jayatirtha's Prameya deepika

07. Hanumat's Paishacha Bhashya

08. Venkatnatha's Brakmanandagiri

09. Vallabha's Tattva-deepika

10. Purushotama's Amrita tarangini

11. Nilakantha's Bhava-deepa

12. Yamuna muni's Artha-sangraha with Deshika's Raksha

13. Gita Mahatmya of each chapter
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