1. Teachings of Lord Kapila: The Son of Devenuti
Millions of years ago, an incarnation of Lord Krishna, Lord Kapila appeared on the earth as the son of Mother Devahuti. When her husband left home for the forest, Lord Kaplia explained to His saintly mother the system of Sankhya – the philosophical system of an analytical study of matter, the cosmos, the psychology of consciousness, and the ultimate source of everything. In this book, Srila Prabuhpada, the world’s foremost exponent of Vedic wisdom shows how relevant the system of Sankhya and the teachings of Lord Kapila are even today in man’s quest for finding the answers to his true self, the creator and the search for true happiness.
2. The Quest of Enlightenment
The quest for enlightenment spans centuries of human existence. And Quest for Enlightenment presents answers to the perennial questions that have stirred the hearts of philosophers. Is it possible to unravel the puzzle of God, creation, and human existence? Many great minds have failed the task, but there is no puzzle for the greatest mind—God’s. Drawing from God’s words from the Vedic scriptures, Srila Prabhupada, the world’s foremost exponent of Vedic wisdom answers questions about the views of famous Western philosophers and their approach to philosophy and science.
3. Teachings of Narada Muni
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. Updeshamrita Subodhini
Upadeshamrita or Nectar of Instruction (NOI) teaches us how to practice devotion to Krishna with right attitude. So, it is considered a perfect guide for all the devotees of Krishna.
This book has many important guidelines which helps one to become a pure devotee of Krishna. The book has been written by Srila Rupa Goswami who is one of the six prominent Goswami’s of Vrindavan. There are six Goswami’s have played a pivotal role in re-establishing the worship of Lord Krishna based on the teachings of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.
5. Top Yoga System
Although there are many types of yoga practice, the Vedic literature explains that no matter which practice you choose, success is only achieved when bhakti is present.
What is bhakti-yoga, and how can you add it to your life or your current yoga practice? As bhakti is a pivotal element in any yogic or religious practice, it is known as the topmost yoga. In the Bhagavad-gita, Krishna explains bhakti-yoga to his dear friend Arjuna, and here Srila Prabhupada expands these concepts in this introductory text.
6. Vaishanav Sadachar
Accepting the identity of a Vaishnava necessitates a certain standard of behavior or etiquette. Vaishnava etiquette facilitates Krsna consciousness. It provides the criteria — the protocol — by which a devotee can act properly in every situation. In the Bhagavad-Gita (6.24 purport), quoting from verse 3 of the Upadesamrta, Srila Prabhupada roughly paraphrases one of the items favorable for development of devotional service as, “by engaging completely in activities of goodness.” Practicing Vaishnava etiquette means always acting in the mode of goodness, which is a stepping-stone to the transcendental plane.
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