Ramnaam Book (Print Copy – 4 Books in one set)
Aniruddha’s Universal Bank of Ramnaam implies a notebook which gives the devotees an opportunity to recollect the sacred name of God. Every page of the book has Lord Hanumanta’s image watermarked in the background, on which the devotees get the golden opportunity to write various names of God. While writing Ramnaam notebook we get connected with the divine name of the Lord which we chant while writing it. This is the biggest benefit of writing the Ramnaam books.
This great work has taken form from the dialogue between ShreeGuru Dattatreya and His disciple Shree Parshuram. It is an easy and simple account of the Aadimata Chandika’s Tridha form that is the Aadimata Gayatri, the Aadimata Mahishasurmardini and the Aadimata Anasuya. Describing this memoir, Sadguru Shree Aniruddha writes – “This is a sacred work, this is a gunasankirtan or praise of the attributes, it is the Ganges of knowledge, it is also the Bhagirathi of Bhakti (bhakti that flows from the bhakta back to the source, the Almighty) and, of course, the narrative about the Aadimata. But over and above all of this, it is the Shubhankara and the Ashubhanashini manifestation of my Aadimata; it is Her gentle motherly affection, and it is also Her grace and blessing.”
The subject of this book is not merely terrorism or anti-terrorism war based on the study of events that have occurred till now; it is a reflection over the possibilities that will unravel in the times to come. There is no doubt that over the next twenty to twenty-five years, conflict will become an aspect of everyday doings and in every region on earth. This is not telling the future. This is a study, a study of history and of the present circumstances…
INDEX – And yet again because (Preface to 2nd edition) >> Only because…. >> The First World War >> Four super-powers join the War >> Defeat of Germany, Treaty of Versailles >> Misery of German economy, Hitler is born >> Hitler pledges to retrieve lost German glory >> The Era of ‘prolonged wars’ >> The decisive war now begins… >> Riotous display of arrogance and conceit of Hitler, the dictator >> ‘The Cold War’, China’s plunge in the world market >> India’s position in new global stratagem of new era >> A troublesome triad (China, Pakistan, North Korea) >> The foundation stone of the Third World War >> Al Qaeda – ‘The factory of terrorism’ >> It is “he”, who will initiate the Third World War >> Saudi Arabia >> Pakistan >> Would its military be able to maintain unity and integrity of Pakistan? >> Afghanistan >> What exactly is a world war? >> The Third World War -Point of origin >> Iran and its links with terrorist organizations >> State of affairs in the Indian sub-continent >> Bangladesh >> Sri Lanka >> Myanmar >> Nepal >> Condoleezza Rice >> China >> Taiwan >> Latin America >> Cuba >> The African Continent >> Pakistan – Ambassador of misfortune for the world >> Insight into the terrorist era beginning 06.06.2006 (6.6.6.) >> India-A Mahabharat all over again >> The Third World War: The Likely Design >> What does Nostradamus, the ancient mystic have to say? >> Modern weaponry and its impact >> Nuclear Weapons >> Missiles >> Chemical warfare >> Biological warfare >> Naval warfare >> Desert warfare >> Space warfare >> Guerilla warfare >> Pressure tactics as technique of warfare >> Trends events and efforts that could help avoid the Third World War
Available in Hindi & Marathi
This work, Shree Ramrasayan, is the essence of the life story of Shree Prabhu Ramachandra from his birth till Ramrajya was established in Ayodhya. The pictures given in it correspond respectively to various episodes in this life story. Ravan symbolises the ill-fate and vicious ego, which brings fear into human life. Sadguru Aniruddha says, “Ravan, who represents ill-fate, steals Janaki and takes her away from Ram. Janaki represents peace and contentment. However, it is Ram who brings about the end of Ravan. The ego, as in the ‘I’, is Ravan’s life force, and the six foes, viz., desire, fury, lure, etc., form the fundamental substance of his mind. Vile inclinations and ill-fate that trouble me are certainly destroyed. But when? When I become a Vanarsainik of Ram.
Today, English is no longer a language merely for learning; it is the most common language in which people communicate with one another. Therefore, it has become a must for everybody to have at least an elementary knowledge of English. The inferiority complex of conversing in English, the boring task of looking for meanings of difficult words from the dictionary, and things such as these, have kept people away from conversing in English even when required.
The book which is born out of the untiring efforts of Dr. (Mrs.) Nanda Aniruddha Joshi, offers a fragrant and flowering garden of words and vocabulary covering the elementary as well as the subtler aspects of the English language not just for the BEGINNERS, but for the those who are well versed in the English language.
Going by the increasing trend of disasters happening around us be its natural or manmade, it would, in due course of time, become incumbent upon every citizen of this country to be aware of how to respond to and handle disasters. This textbook facilitates this.
Available in Marathi
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh was founded in the year 1925. The seed that Dr. Keshav Baliram Hedgewar sowed ninety years back, has now grown into a huge Banyan tree – A Vatavriksha of immense expanse and stature. So, just how many branches and how many leaves this vast Vatavriksha might have, is not in the least easy to keep count of. The fact remains all the same, that this organization stands erect – tall and competent, its roots embedded very deep in the Bharatiya mind and mindset; and is developing at the pace and on the lines of the Vatavriksha – an expansive Banyan tree indeed. Not limiting itself to this country, the Sangh is active in every such country, that the Bharatiya finds himself in. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is in fact, not merely an organization, it has become a tradition, a tradition that bonds firm, the Bharatiya living abroad, with his motherland, with his culture.
Available in Hindi, Marathi & Gujrati