Classic Vedic & Hindu texts

Sad Vani | Teachings of Anandamayi Ma

Śrī Anandamayi Ma was among a few prominent God-realized, enlightened saints of the XX century from Bengal, India. Since early age of childhood she have had the deepest trance-like experiences of God-realization, all the divine qualities and miraculous powers and a great radiance of divine energy and blessing. Sad Vani was the first collection of teachings of Śrī Anandamayi Ma

Haidakhan Babaji Teachings

Teachings of Haidakhan Babaji (1970-1984) as recorded by his devotees in Babaji's ashram in Haidakhan Vishwa Mahadham during last years of his presence in the physical form, during 1979-1984.

Shaivite Hinduism Explained

Śaivite Hinduism explained, by Satguru Śivāya Subramuniyaswami, the head of Śaiva Siddhāṅta lineage of Śivaism. The work is large and in progress….please check back often, as new parts and knowledge will be updated constantly here….

Dakshinamurthy Stotram by Shankara-acharya

The Dakṣiṇāmūrti Stotram of Śrī Śaṅkarācārya contains some of the most profound teachings of Advaita Vedanta. The wisdom conveyed by its verses can bring about a radical transformation of one's world view by removing ignorance about the world, about Bhagavan, and about oneself.Why does Dakṣiṇāmūrti face south?

PHILOSOPHY OF KARMA YOGA | Swami Abhedananda

Karma Yoga means literally 'skill or dex­terity in work’, and it deals with all activity whether of body or mind. Recognizing that activity is an inevitable condition of life, that no human being can live without performing some kind of work, either men­tal or physical, it seeks through its teach­ing to show how this constant output of energy may be utilized to acquire the greatest spiritual enlightenment and to attain to perfection and absolute freedom.

Doctrine of Karma by Swami Abhedananda

No action can escape this law, that every cause must be followed by an effect, that every action is bound to react upon the actor with similar force and effect.This universal law is called Karma.

SHRIMAD DEVI BHAGAVATAM PURANA

Śrīmad Devī Bhāgavatam Purāṇa for all Devi bhaktas, devotees of Divine Mother.
This is the most important and ancient Purāṇa for all Śaktas.

Sāṁkhya Karika with Nārāyaṇa Commentaries

Sāṁkhya Karika of Īśvara Kṛṣṇa with commentaries of Śrī Nārāyaṇa Tirtha (1675-1745) called Sānkhya Chandrika.
Śrī Nārāyaṇa Tirtha was also a great Sanskrit scholar who has written commentaries on several fundamental Hindu philosophical treatises like the Sānkhya Karika, Yoga Sutra and Sānkhya Tattva Kaumudi.

Sāṁkhya Karika with Gauḍapāda Commentaries

Sāṁkhya Karikas with Gauḍapāda commentaries. Gauḍapāda – Āchārya was a Hindu teacher and philosopher and was living in 7th century. He is considered to be the first historically known teacher of Advaita Vedanta in our age and the founder of Advaita Vedanta Lineage, which later was made famous by his disciple Shankara – Āchārya.

Sāṁkhya Karika with Vācaspati Miṣra Commentaries

At present there are only three standard Sānkhya treatises available: Sānkhya Sūtra, Tattva Samāsa and Sāṁkhya Karika of Īśvara Kṛṣṇa. Sānkhya Karika have 72 Karikas or short, concise philosophical aphorisms in it. You can read them following the links below together with ample commentaries of one of the most authoritative ancient philosophers and commentators - Vācaspati Miṣra.

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