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Vasistha's Yoga
Vasistha's Yoga (March 1993)
Swami Venkatesananda - Author

"For aspirants of the highest beatitude, the Yoga Vasistha is like nectar. It is a storehouse of wisdom."-- Swami Muktananda

This is Swami Venkatesananda's longer Yoga Vasistha. His two volume book is here offered between two covers. Its purpose is to provide a means to eliminate psychological conditioning and to attain liberation. Containing the instructions of the sage Vasistha to Lord Rama, this scripture ...(Read More)
 
 
The Concise Srimad Bhagavatam
The Concise Srimad Bhagavatam (August 1989)
Swami Venkatesananda - Author

This is a condensed version of a long Purana of 18,000 verses. By means of stories from the lives of avatars, sages, and kings, it popularized the teaching of the Vedas. To study it is the best of all ways to become acquainted with the living religion of India today. The nineteenth century saint Ramakrishna said of the Bhagavatam, "It is fried in the butter of Knowledge and steeped in the honey of Love."

At regular intervals through the text,...(Read More)
 
 
Concise Ramayana of Valmiki
Concise Ramayana of Valmiki (May 1988)
Swami Venkatesananda - Author

This is a condensed version of a long epic, written between 750 and 500 B.C., consisting of 50,000 lines of Sanskrit verse. Divided into seven Kanor books, it tells the story of Rama from his birth to his death. At regular intervals throughout the text, the chapters being condensed are designated by Kantitles and numbers. Each interval is appropriate in length for a daily reading, and there are 365 intervals.

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The Concise Yoga Vasistha
The Concise Yoga Vasistha (June 1985)
Swami Venkatesananda - Translator
Christopher Key Chapple - Introduction

"It is really quite a readable translation, and a good abridgement of an extremely long text. It includes most of the things that I like best in the Yoga Vasistha leaves out most of what I like least. It is certainly far and away the best thing available on this text, a text that never should have been neglected as it has been and never would have, had a translation as good as this been available." -- Wendy D. O'Flaherty