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The quality of our mind determines the quality of the life we lead. It can be our greatest ally or our worst adversary. A mind that runs amok could steal our inner peace and undermine every productive endeavour. Yet, with proper knowledge, training and discipline, it is possible to unleash the mind’s infinite potential.
In The Science of Mind Management, Swami Mukundananda charts the four different aspects of the human mind and lays down a clear path towards mastering it. Through witty anecdotes, real-life accounts and stories from the Vedic scriptures, he gently guides readers on the road to winning their inner battle.
Thoughts and feelings that persist over time harden into an attitude. If you live with an attitude long enough, it becomes second nature—a mindset. The wrong mindset could lead you off the path of contentment, joy, enlightenment. The right one will point you to the road to success, to fulfilment and towards an extraordinary life.
Blending science with Vedic scriptures, and logic with spiritual insight, Swami Mukundananda unravels the secrets of the 7 mindsets—seven techniques of training the mind and intellect and unlocking the immense potential within. An alumnus of IIT and IIM, Swami-ji brings his decades-long mastery of Vedic scriptures to these powerful yet simple techniques for mind management and life transformation.
long as Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey put together. This colossal epic was composed by the renowned sage Ved Vyas, and it was none
other than Lord Ganesh who assisted him in scripting this enormous text.
The Mahabharat is an extremely gripping narrative of internecine warfare in the Kuru family. It tells the story of how the Kauravas resorted to the deceit and treachery to cheat the Pandavas of their kingdom, how the Pandavas fought for their rights, and how in the end good triumphed over evil.
This unique and never before written version of The Mahabharat presents the events in a different light and with great depth, revealing the true meaning of various events that dramatically unfold in front of our eyes.
A timeless classic and its message is highly relevant even in this day and age. Among other things, the Mahabharat teaches the importance of leading a righteous life, doing one’s duty selflessly without worrying about the outcome.
Swami Mukundananda has explained this ancient esoteric knowledge with rigorous scientific logic, in the modern context. He uses a simple-yet-scientific approach to make this enormous knowledge comprehensible to both youth and westerners, at the same time each subject is treated with philosophical depth for the satisfaction of the more learned and erudite readers.
The Saints of India is a tribute to the greatest saints of India across all ages. It gives your child a very good understanding of Hindu saints who influenced the society and worked tireless for the upliftment of souls.
The Festivals of India is a colorful representation of all the major festivals of India. With attractive pictures and detailed explanations of why each festival is celebrated, it is a must for every child who wants to know the importance of Hindu festivals.
Vol-3, made especially for children in the age group of 9-11 years, has a variety of spiritual stories that help youngsters nurture and develop their behavior to be more positive, affable and balanced with the help of spiritual knowledge.
Vol-2 has a beautiful collection of stories from the popular ancient Indian books such as the Panchatantra and Hitopadesha for children in the age band of 7-9 years. Filled with lively pictures, it has very interesting tales for youngsters to build on their moral foundations and learning from Vol-1.
Vol-1 is a fine collection of moral stories for young children in the age group of 5-7 years. It has beautiful illustrations to help children understand the essence of each story.
Vol-4 is a collection of specially selected stories from the Mahabharat, Gita, Ramayan and Puranas. Helping youngsters mould their character with sound spiritual values, this book has some of the finest tales ever told. It is rich with lively illustrations, helping kids visualise the scenes vividly for a lasting impression.