Sanskrit is the source of Indian scriptures. It is the store-house of all that is benign and worthwhile. Most of us are not in a position to unlock the power and glory of our ancient heritage, being out of touch with this divine language. The Srimad Bhagavad Gita is a scripture of enduring and all-encompassing magnificence. Anyone in the entire planet can benefit from a few verses from The Bhagavad Gita. The core teachings of Lord Krishna in The Bhagavad Gita is that where there is virtue, there is the prospect of victory and glory and wherever there exists unrighteousness, injustice and immorality, there is destruction—physical, moral and spiritual .This book is an attempt to unlock the Sanskrit in The Bhagavad Gita using lucid commentary in English and expert grammatical analysis of verses in Devanagari. All the chapters are unique and portray the yoga of self-control, the yoga of meditation, and bhakti-yoga. Free-flowing and essential Sanskrit, Hindi, and English verses make the book useful for all. Well-formatted Anvaya, Prattaya, Samaas, Dhatu words, Pada-indexes, and Sandhi make this edition a useful work for scholars and academicians worldwide.
The real-life story of Shri Rama was first written by Valmiki Maharishi thousands of years ago. This book details the portion of Ayodhyakandam. The Ayodhyakandam tells the story of Rama’s dropped incarnation as the crown prince of Ayodhya, Kaikaye, the stepmother of Rama, demanding two boons given to her by Dasaratha when she helped him in a war long before. The demands are to incarnate Bharatha, as the crown prince of Ayodhya and also to exile Rama to the forest for 14 years wearing the robe of an ascetic. Lakshmana and Sita accompany him to the forest. Rama and Guha, become friends. Rama after meeting Bharadhwaja Maharishi in his ashram and based on his advice decides to stay in a place called Chitrakuta in the forest. In the meantime, Dasaratha, the king of Ayodhya passes away and Bharatha on return to Ayodhya, scolds Kaikaye for her evil designs. Bharatha meets Rama in the forest to hand over the reins of Ayodhya to him. Rama refuses in keeping with his promise given to their father. Bharatha with the blessing of Rama and his Padukas rules Ayodhya wearing the dress of an ascetic from Nandigramam, a small village on the outskirts of Ayodhya daily reporting to Rama’s Padukas. The Ayodhyakandam contains 4357 slokas in 119 Sargas(Chapters).
By the Grace of Durga Mata and Sri Krishna, Arbinder Singh has authored a book called “God and Maya Digest”. It is a book with Spiritual Texts and Pictures of Gods and Goddesses to educate the masses. The Text consists of Teachings from various Holy Books like Saptsati, Ramayan, and Bhagwat Gita and how best to apply them in today’s ever-changing world. It also consists of my own experiences from around the World on Godhead and how Maya is a Power of God and yet an obstacle in the path of Moksha of Devotees.