1. Raja-vidya: The King of Knowledge
In this little jewel of a book, based on the Bhagavad-gita, Srila Prabhupada explains that the king of knowledge is knowledge of God, his creation, and ourselves — and the relationships between these. He explains that the way to attain this knowledge is through bhakti-yoga, devotional service to the Lord, beginning with the chanting of the maha-mantra, Hare Krsna, Hare Krsna, Krsna Krsna, Hare Hare/ Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare.
2. Ramayan ( purn pragya )
3. Krishna Bhavnamrita: Sarvottam Yoga Padhati
One can attain to the highest perfection of life and become one of the associates of the Lord just by attentively hearing the Lord’s transcendental pastimes from the right source, as Sri Narada himself heard them from pure devotees (bhakti-vedantas) in his previous life.
4. Spiritual Yoga
With Spiritual Yoga: Awakening to Higher Awareness, Gyandev defly guides us through the side of yoga often missed in power yoga and other energy- and strength-dominant practices — the calming spiritual side, from whence it originally came thousands of years ago. He returns the purpose of yoga to its rightful place, to open up our latent energy centers and operate from them in a state of actively calm awareness.
5. Sri Brahma Samhita- Prayers of Lord Brahma
Lord Brahma Saw Krishna Directly And Composed A Prayer Based On His Realizations–A Striking Prayer By One Who Has Seen The Truth.Krishna Revealed His Own Form To Brahma, Along With His Spiritual Planets, His Devotees And Their Relationships With Him. Overwhelmed By This Transcendental Revelation, Brahma Spoke These Words Glorifying Krishna And What He Saw.Brahma’s Awe And Love Permeates The Text And Gives An Overview Of The Workings Of The Cosmic Creation. Follow Brahma’s Vision And Understanding To The Feet Of Krishna And See Him Face-To-Face Yourself.
6. Sri Ishopanishad
Upanishad means “the supreme controller. the knowledge that brings one nearer to the Supreme Person, Krsna” This translation and commentary are guided by scholarship, and devotion in spirituality, in the ligne of the greatest Gaudiya Vaishnavas such as Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Maharaja, the spiritual master of the author, which is directly descending from Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. The translation and commentary of Srila Prabhupada strictly adheres to the book’s intention, assuring you of a legitimate understanding of the depths of Upanishadic knowledge.