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Kingdom of Shiva
Title : Kingdom of Shiva
Author : Sivkishen
Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd
Total pages: 664 pages
The 12 long years research of Vedas and decoding the hidden scientific formulas have been put in a story form in easy understanding of the hard to get facts that benefits the readers. The reader will find the critical and vital difference between some of the Prominent Works on Lord Shiva Goddess Parvati and their children in this work that to demystify the myths. This work lucidly brings out the teachings of Ganesh-Geeta and retold the mythology in an amazing way for the benefit of all. The readers will love to chew and remember for the ages. — Sivkishen, Author It is believed that a mere glance at Sri Chakra gives the result of performing hundred Vedic rituals then what if the goddess is Meditated upon, Praised and Glorified as purest form of Consciousness ? This book does exactly that! Imagine the power of her 'Supreme Brilliance' guiding you through the darkest alleys towards all round Success ... Imagine receiving an ocean of Compassion... I urge the readers to give themselves a chance to carve a fulfilling life under the Divine Mother's Cosmic Direction .. Kudos to Kishenji for being the channel and making that happen." —Karuna Gopal (President, Futuristic Cities) "A must-read for anyone who wants to get on the "way of life", this 'Kingdom of Shiva' provides right orientation and knowledge to face the challenges of life by aligning them of valuable life." - Prof. S P Garg "The one book on authentic Mythological classic epic stories is 'Kingdom of Shiva'. This is Eastern Wisdom a must to have at least one." — Prof. Surendera Kala "In the Epic story of 'Kingdom of Shiva', the great Goddess advocates that 'a beautiful mind and beautiful heart sparks bright ideas. One can't just dream but should believe in the self and face challenges of Life Battles with courage. You have the POWER to ACHIEVE IT.' This is the 'Glow of Hope' and every one must read." -Shanti Singh B.Com. LLB, Director, Vidyadayani Junior and Degree College for Women, Hyderabad India
2013 Life Code #7: Shiva
Title : 2013 Life Code #7: Shiva
Author : SWAMI RAM CHARRAN
Total pages: N.A pages
Shiva to Shankara: Giving Form to the Formless
Title : Shiva to Shankara: Giving Form to the Formless
Author : Devdutt Pattanaik
Total pages: 160 pages
We live in times where people have extreme views. On the one hand, there are scholars who describe Shiva's linga literally as a phallus, and see all metaphoric meaning as embarrassed apology of the uneducated. On the other hand, we have puritanical Hindus who want to strip the Shiva linga of all sexual meaning and sanitize Shiva's lore. In both cases, a symbol is being reduced to a sign. In Shiva to Shankara, Devdutt Pattanaik, India's leading mythologist, seeks to bridge the gap. As he explores the layers of meanings embedded in Shiva's linga, we discover why and how the Goddess transforms Shiva, the hermit, into Shankara, the householder.
The Mathematician's Shiva
Title : The Mathematician's Shiva
Author : Stuart Rojstaczer
Total pages: 384 pages
WINNER OF THE NATIONAL JEWISH BOOK AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING DEBUT FICTION For readers of This Is Where I Leave You and Everything Is Illuminated, “a brilliant and compelling family saga full of warmth, pathos, history and humor” (Jonathan Evison, author of West of Here) When the greatest female mathematician in history passes away, her son, Alexander “Sasha” Karnokovitch, just wants to mourn his mother in peace. But rumor has it the notoriously eccentric Polish émigré has solved one of the most difficult problems in all of mathematics, and has spitefully taken the solution to her grave. As a ragtag group of mathematicians from around the world descends upon Rachela’s shiva, determined to find the proof or solve it for themselves—even if it means prying up the floorboards for notes or desperately scrutinizing the mutterings of her African Grey parrot—Sasha must come to terms with his mother’s outsized influence on his life. Spanning decades and continents, from a crowded living room in Madison, Wisconsin, to the windswept beach on the Barents Sea where a young Rachela had her first mathematical breakthrough, The Mathematician’s Shiva is an unexpectedly moving and uproariously funny novel that captures humanity’s drive not just to survive, but to achieve the impossible.
Tales of Lord Shiva
Title : Tales of Lord Shiva
Author : R. K. Murthi
Publisher: Pitambar Publishing
Total pages: 52 pages
Eva and Shiva
Title : Eva and Shiva
Author : Gaurish Borkar
Publisher: Prosperity and Joy
Total pages: 128 pages
Indian culture is one of the most ancient cultures in the world. Even though it is ancient, it is full of modern scientific ideas. This covers many ideas right from cosmology to personality and brain. It is also interesting to know how ancient Indians developed life sciences that are so accurate and applicable even today. This books touches many more discoveries from Indian culture and explains scientific basis behind them. This book covers knowledge of Indians about Cosmology Solar system Evolution of life on earth Monsoon It also explains Indian method of developing life sciences Applications of Indian sciences in Indian culture Indian typology for evolution Indian concept of god So called idol worship and its purpose Diversity and its purpose Personal evolution and much more
Title : Lord Shiva
Author : O.P. Jha
Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd
Total pages: 63 pages
God is the encouraging force behind every success. Faith in God makes one self-confident and brave. Here, in this series, we present the interesting tales related to Gods and Goddesses of India written in simple and easy language with beautiful illustrations. They will definitely increase the knowledge of a child regarding the great Indian culture, beliefs and rituals.
The Lord Shiva
Title : The Lord Shiva
Author : Shantha N. Nair
Publisher: Pustak Mahal
Total pages: 201 pages
Lord Shiva, one of the Trimoorties, is the Supreme Ascetic and Lord of the Universe. He is Ardh Nareeshwara, He is Neelakantha who drank poison to save the three worlds and yet, when crazed with grief at the death of Sati, set about destroying them. This truly makes Him an enigma for His devotees all over the world. Who is Shiva? What is the story behind the worship of the lingam? This book is an answer to various such questions which often haunt His devotees. He is believed to have revealed Himself to His devotees as flame or light or jyoti. the twelve ancient Jyotirlingams that find mention in the Shiva Purana are located in various places all over India. the five elements of Nature, namely Earth, Fire, Wind, Water and Space, worshipped as Panch Bhoota Lingams, have shrines in different parts of South India. Replete with vivid description, the author presents in a simple and lucid style the essence of Hindu religion, especially Lord Shiva and his Jyotirlingams.
Title : Lord Shiva
Author : Dr. B. R. Kishore
Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books (P) Ltd.
Total pages: 48 pages
Face to Face with Shiva
Title : Face to Face with Shiva
Author : Dr. Abhinav Aggarwal
Total pages: 264 pages
Face to Face with Shiva - scientific perspective of a spiritual experience: A real life account of being face to face with Lord Shiva: the highest among all known beings. An event that took place in 1970, is given in as-is form. It was among rarest of the rare experiences. Ever since then, the continuous dialog with Lord Shiva has been unfolding, and has provided revelation to the mysteries of life and defining its very purpose. In the dilemma of being a scientist who must find a scientific explanation to every phenomenon, I had refrained from publicly sharing this unique experience. Over forty five years of an ongoing dialog with Lord Shiva has yielded a scientific hypothesis to this rare happening, and time has now come to share this experience for larger benefit of humanity. In this brief presentation, the hypothesis and experience are shared alike. Bridging the gap between science and spirituality, physical and metaphysical, un-manifested and visible existence, abstract and defined, Lord Shiva answers the most unanswered questions like: Is there God? If so, who is that? Who made God? What is the purpose of Life? Who are we? What can one do as an individual to make a difference in this world? Why do tragedies happen? Why do living beings have desires? How do we participate in the universal divine plan? What happens after death? Are we the only living beings and is there life elsewhere in this inter-galactic universe? Are we being observed? Am I empowered to change the universe? What is the end-all of existence? What is our responsibility in this life? How is the universe managed? Who controls the universe? What lies beyond edge of the universe? Atheists, believers, and scientists can all benefit by drawing insight to the reality of all that is and discover the truth beyond science and religion. Brought to you by ‘IEEE Author of the Year.’
Om Namah Shivaya
Title : Om Namah Shivaya
Author : N.A
Publisher: Sura Books
Total pages: N.A pages
Fifty years of research on sustainable resource management in shivaliks
Title : Fifty years of research on sustainable resource management in shivaliks
Author : S. P. Mittal (Prof.),S. P. Mittal (Scientist.),R. K. Aggarwal,J. S. Sarma,Central Soil & Water Conservation Research & Training Institute. Research Centre
Total pages: 506 pages
Sri Shiva Lila
Title : Sri Shiva Lila
Author : Devi Vanamali
Total pages: 211 pages
On Siva (Hindu deity).
Title : Shiva
Author : Vanamali
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total pages: 272 pages
The traditional understanding of Shiva told through stories and teachings from the Shiva Mahapurana • Explains Shiva’s contradictory forms, such as destroyer or benefactor, and how his form depends on the needs of the devotee • Reveals how Shiva’s teachings allow one to see through the illusions at the root of all grief and alienation in human life • Explores Shiva’s relationships with Durga, Shakti, Sati, and Parvati and with his sons Ganesha and Kartikeya Shiva, the most ancient and complex deity of the Hindu pantheon, has been portrayed in many contrasting lights: destroyer and benefactor, ascetic and householder, wild demon slayer and calm yogi atop Mount Kailash. Drawing from the Hindu sacred text the Shiva Mahapurana--said to be written by Shiva himself--Vanamali selects the essential stories of Shiva, both those from his dark wild side and those from his benevolent peaceful side. Vanamali discusses Shiva’s many avatars such as Shambunatha and Bhola, as well as Dakshinamurti who taught the shastras and tantras to the rishis. She explores Shiva’s relationships with Durga, Shakti, Sati, and Parvati and with his sons Ganesha and Kartikeya. Examining Shiva’s acceptance of outsiders, Vanamali explains why ghosts and ghouls are his attendants and why his greatest devotees are demon kings, like Ravana. She includes famous Shiva stories such as the Descent of the River Ganga and Churning the Milky Ocean as well as those that reveal the origin of the festival of lights, Diwali; his creation of the cosmic couple, or hierogamos; and how Shiva and Parvati taught the world the secrets of Kundalini Shakti. The author also draws upon Shaivite teachings to illustrate the differences between Western science and Vedic science and their explanations for the origins of consciousness. Integrating Shiva’s two sides, the fierce and the peaceful, Vanamali reveals that Shiva’s form depends on the needs of the devotee. Understanding his teachings allows one to see through the illusions at the root of all grief and alienation in human life, for Shiva is the wielder of maya who does not fall under its spell. While Ganesha is known as the remover of obstacles, Shiva is the remover of tears.
Kailash, the Mystic Land of Shiva
Title : Kailash, the Mystic Land of Shiva
Author : Krishna Yadav
Publisher: Bibliophile South Asia
Total pages: 183 pages
On cult of Siva, Hindu deity among the Gaddis (Indic people) of Chamba, India.
The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple
Title : The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple
Author : Ishwar Sharan
Publisher: Ishwar Sharan
Total pages: 407 pages
The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple, Third Edition, 2010, is a comprehensive study of the St. Thomas in India legend and an introduction to the history of Christian iconoclasm in India from the 8th century till today. With references and bibliography.
Everything You Need to Grow a Messianic Yeshiva
Title : Everything You Need to Grow a Messianic Yeshiva
Author : Dr.Phillip Goble
Publisher: AFI International Publishers
Total pages: 298 pages
Swamiji's Treasure: God Realization & Experiences of Shivabalayogi
Title : Swamiji's Treasure: God Realization & Experiences of Shivabalayogi
Author : Thomas L. Palotas
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Total pages: N.A pages
Shivabalayogi meditated in samadhi (God consciousness) from age 14 to 26 to become one of the world’s great yogis of the 20th Century. He traveled extensively in India, Sri Lanka, England and the United States. His only teaching was to encourage meditation. "Swamiji's Treasure" is a comprehensive and detailed biography of Shivabalayogi, including all available recorded conversations with the great Yogi, experiences of over a hundred devotees, and over three hundred sixty photographs, many on color.