1. Prahlada Maharaj ke Updesh
Prahlada Maharaja, being just a five year old boy, instructs his schoolmates in the transcendental science of self-realization, much to the dismay of his atheistic father, Hiranyakashipu. He himself received this knowledge in the womb of his mother through his spiritual master, Narada Muni. These universal teachings are compiled in this booklet to teach us meditation, sense-control, achieving peace of mind and ultimately reaching the highest goal of life – pure love of God.
2. Perfection of Yoga
The Perfection Of Yoga There Have Been Many Yoga Systems Popularized In The Western World, Especially In This Century, But None Of Them Have Actually Taught The Perfection Of Yoga. In The Bhagavad-Gita, Sri Krishna, The Supreme Personality Of Godhead, Teaches Arjuna Directly The Perfection Of Yoga. In The Perfection Of Yoga Srila Prabhupada Cuts Through The Commercialism That Now Clouds The Real Meaning Of Yoga. He Explains That Beyond Postures And Exercises, Beyond Even Meditation And Breathing Techniques, The Ancient Teachings Of Yoga Aim At Lasting, Loving Union With The Supreme Personality Of Godhead, Lord Sri Krishna.
3. PURANO SE GYAN PRAKASH
A Fistful of Wisdom reminds us that life is playful and it is demanding, but it is also a gift, a precious and priceless blessing. The more we learn to appreciate the beauty in simple things, the easier our survival. This book reminds us to observe and appreciate each passing moment and experience the pure joy of just being here and now.
4. Prem pradipa & Punaragaman
“This is a novel written in 1887 about attraction to sacred devotion to the Supreme Lord, the uselessness of logic, the fruitlessness of dry yogic activities and the degradation of Brāhmoism and other religions.” (Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura about Prema Pradīpa – The Lamp of Divine Love)