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1. Pt. Kanhaiya Lal Misra - My Father   2. Chants Of Hindu Gods & Goddesses                

3. Devi Mahatmayam                             4. Goals Of Life

5. Eddies of Life                                     6. Lord Shiv & Family

7. Lalita Sahasranama                             8. Bhagwat Gita - Its Essence


Munindra Misra has dived deep into the basic concepts of Hinduism (Sanatan Dharma). He has explained the meaning of the various scriptures and also, in simple English rhyme, he has probed into the inner meaning of some of the well known Hindu (Sanatan) scriptures. His works grasp the true depths of Hinduism lucidly.

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Chants Of Hindu Gods and Goddesses

The author, Munindra (Munnan) Misra, has beautifully painted the canvas (of Hinduism) with multifaceted colours. He has assisted in enriching the readers with easy comprehension of the numerous scriptures (stuti, stotra, chalisas) of the Hindu (Sanatan) culture in English rhyme along with keeping the original scripture (in Hindi/Sanskrit).
This endeavour provides the English speaking Hindu (Sanatan Dharma) global world-wide population, a re-introduction to these chants, which they would be knowing (the original chant) but in many cases not comprehending.
The Gods covered are Ganesh, Shiv, Vishnu, Krishna, Ram, Hanuman, Shani and the Goddesses are Sati, Parvati, Gayatri, Durga, Laxmi (Lakshmi), Kali, Saraswati, Ganga, Santoshi. These Hindu gods and goddesses are the most popular.
This work is unique as the chants covered in this book have never been written in simple English rhyme previously – in fact a collection all these chants (even in Hindi/Sanskrit) together in one book itself may not be available.
To the English speaking Hindu population across the globe who are not so comfortable with the original text this would reconnect them with their culture and to those who comprehend the original text this grand collection would be appreciated. The readers would have joy and easy comprehension of the most famous Hindu chants in the form of stuti, stotra and chalisa of the various popular gods and goddesses.
विपद: सन्तु ता: शश्वत्तत्र तत्र जगद्गुरो।
भवतो दर्शनं यत्स्यादपुनर्भवदर्शनम्॥८॥
Master of Universe I pray for calamities,
So I do remember You ever constantly,
Remembering You means freedom be,
From cycle of births and death finally.

From Hanuman Chalisa
श्रीगुरु चरन सरोज रज, निज मनु मुकुरु सुधारि।
बरनउँ रघुबर बिमल जसु, जो दायकु फल चारि॥
With the dust of guru’s lotus feet having,
I cleanse the mirror of my soul sparkling,
Raghuvar’s spotless glory I be singing,
The four fruits of life it ever is giving.

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Devi Mahatmayam

Devi Mahatmayam is a seven hundred mantra story describing victory of the Goddess over Asuras representing conquest and freedom from tamsik Maha Kali (Chapter 1), rajsik Maha Lakshmi (Chapters 2-4) and satvik Maha Saraswati (Chapters 5-13) human tendencies.
Devi – The one supreme Goddess, personified as many goddesses, confronts the demons within us representing the field of human consciousness within each person.
Asuras – her adversaries, represent the all-too-human impulses arising from the pursuit of power, possessions, pleasure and from illusions of self-importance.
In reality, herein are defined the primary human tendencies – passions, wealth and even goodness. Only when all acts are preformed unaffected by these primary tendencies and the act itself is dedicated to the Lord, the final liberation comes and the real elixir of life is tasted.
Devi Kali, Lakshmi, Saraswati the three steps be,
Of Tamas, Rajas, Sattva represented accordingly,
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Tamas is a brick-wall, preventing vision completely,
Rajas is a blowing wind tossing but indiscriminately.
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So suck root of desires not chop its branches only,
The dirt is in form of Kama, Krodha and Lobha really.
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It is the desire and anger born of Rajas indisputably,
Sattva a plain glass, through which you see Reality.
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It is after the slaying of all these three actually,
Does dawn freedom, awareness of truth finally.
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All our desires are desires of the soul, ultimately.
Though they look like desires mental or sensory;
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Desires intellectual, social etc., but they all be,
Soul‟s longing through mind and senses activity.
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Our longings an inward urge for freedom does be,
It is just freedom that we all ask for repeatedly;
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The longings and enterprises soul's aspiration be,
The aspiration for liberation of the human but be.
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All longings the essence for real liberation only,
Freedom from all sides, an ultimate supremacy;
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Supremacy over self in realisation of freedom be,
Devi-Mahatmayam describes this march unmistakably.
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March of the soul to its destination unquestionably,
Realisation of this freedom, the dramatic aspect be;
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Devi-Mahatmayam or Durga Saptashati Katha but be,
Showing the path of life to the whole of humanity;
Very much like the holy Bhagwat Gita undoubtedly,
As the song of the Lord for enlightenment does be.

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Goals Of Life

Basic Life Attributes.
Four purusharthas or goals of the life be,
So very crystal clear in life undisputedly;
Artha getting useful wealth and prosperity,
Finding the meaning for living herein truly;
Kama fulfilling desires, acting repeatedly,
It the physical, material desire fulfillment be;
Dharma – the foundation of all human goals be,
Refers to obligations, conduct, moral duties;
Moksha – the liberation form the web of maya be,
Freedom from the cycles of birth and death clearly;
As all the rivers must lead to the sea eventually,
All spiritual paths leading to the same goal finally;
And all of the variety of life are created certainly,
By combination of the three Gunas undisputedly.
That the backdrop for the Bhagwat Gita surely be,
All three gunas so held to delude the World clearly:
World deluded by Three Gunas does not know Me:
Who beyond these Gunas, imperishable does be.
If Brahman an infinite ocean, then Atma a wave within be,
Ocean not different from its waves, the waves as ocean be;
They are but one and the same very similar in actuality,
So Brahman and Atma are one and the same in reality.

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