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Do the Vedas and Puranas advocate sankirtan of God's names, or is it something that has been propagated recently by some saints? This is an important question. Sankirtan has been in practice since time immemorial. The Vedas contain an elaborate description of it ...

Scriptures declare that devotion is the only means to attain God. However, they also state that in this present age of materialism that it is only through chanting that one attains God. In this important discourse from 1984, Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj reconciles the apparent discrepancy for the benefit of all spiritual aspirants.

Kripaluji first establishes that there is a great science behind this age-old practice, authenticating his words with quotations from the Vedas, Bhagavatam, Gita, and the writings of Gaurang Mahaprabhu. Having done so, he then tackles the two most referenced examples in this context, Ajamil and Valmiki - scriptural stories that have created so much confusion. He simply shows in a comprehensive manner how both comply with the science, thereby ending the debate once and for all.

The Glories of the Divine Name explains what we must do to practice devotion and meditation correctly, giving true spirituality meaning. 

Bhagavannam Mahatmya - English
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The Glories of the Divine Name
Bhagavannam Mahatmya

The science behind chanting God's name
Language - English

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Features
  • Scriptural references to kirtan.
  • Proves kirtan is most suited to this current age.
  • Dispels confusion regarding Ajamil and Valmiki.
  • An important discourse from 1984.
  • A translation of Kripalu's prayer in Sanskrit.
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Do the Vedas and Puranas advocate sankirtan of God's names, or is it something that has been propagated recently by some saints? This is an important question. Sankirtan has been in practice since time immemorial. The Vedas contain an elaborate description of it ...

Scriptures declare that devotion is the only means to attain God. However, they also state that in this present age of materialism that it is only through chanting that one attains God. In this important discourse from 1984, Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj reconciles the apparent discrepancy for the benefit of all spiritual aspirants.

Kripaluji first establishes that there is a great science behind this age-old practice, authenticating his words with quotations from the Vedas, Bhagavatam, Gita, and the writings of Gaurang Mahaprabhu. Having done so, he then tackles the two most referenced examples in this context, Ajamil and Valmiki - scriptural stories that have created so much confusion. He simply shows in a comprehensive manner how both comply with the science, thereby ending the debate once and for all.

The Glories of the Divine Name explains what we must do to practice devotion and meditation correctly, giving true spirituality meaning. 

Specifications

Language English
Genre Philosophy
Theme Short & Quick Reads, Philosophy / Tattvagyan
Format Paperback
Classification Discourse
Author Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj
Publisher Radha Govind Samiti
Number of pages 45
Weight (gm) 59
Dimension 12.5cm X 18cm X 0.5cm

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