1. Drama of Lord Jagannatha (Jagannatha- Priya Natakam)
Throughout the year, the Deity of Jagannatha is worshiped in a great temple, the massive stone tower of which dominates the city of Puri. The Deity is not a mere statue. By His supreme potency, the Supreme Lord agrees to personally enter the form of the Deity, just to accept the loving service of His devotees. In this sense the Deity is non-different from the Lord Himself. And once a year Lord Jagannatha comes forth in all His magnificent splendor to enjoy the Ratha-yatra parade and show Himself to all.
2. Harinam Jaap ki Mahima
What is the Hare Krsna mantra, known as the maha-mantra, or the great chant for deliverance? What are the benefits of chanting it? Why is Mantra chanting so powerful, and how can it help me? What are the origins of the mantra? This book answers a lot of questions and may encourage you to Chant and Be Happy.
3. Jaya Jagannatha!
Excellent book covering all aspects of Puri and worship of Lord Jagannada. It also dealt in detail the pastimes of Srila Caitanya Mahaprabhu related to Puri dham.
4. Harinam Kirtan Nrideshika
Harinama-sankirtana (the congregational chanting of the holy names of the Lord) may be most familiar from seeing the devotees out in the streets, dancing and chanting the maha-mantra Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare/ Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare accompanied by mridangas (two headed drums) and karatalas (hand cymbals). Krishnas holy names are endowed with all of His potencies and this sound vibration can reawaken a person to his spiritual identity and existence.
5. Gyan Ki Talwar (Sword of Knowledge)
What wisdom produces renunciation? Wisdom that is one of the fruits of devotional service to Krishna. When one experiences the nectar of devotional service and becomes steeped in the knowledge of the Vedas, one naturally becomes averse to material life and attains freedom from its bondage. If we study this book and follow its instructions, the brilliant sunshine of transcendental knowledge will soon dispel the darkness of ignorance, and then love of God—the goal of all spiritual knowledge and practice—will dawn in our hearts.