Deepavali Malar 2013
Special Deepavali editions have a rich tradition among Tamil journals. The Hindu Tamil, which was launched with the supreme objective 'Lets come together through Tamil', hereby enrols itself into that rich tradition. This would contain sections on literature, society, cinema, travel, spirituality and humour.
This ebook is available in Windows & Mac Version, primarily meant for easy access for the residents abroad and hence priced in USD.
A series on Adwaita, Dwaita and Visishtadwaita
Sceptics often raise a doubt whether religion and philosophy are necessary for man. They feel that the discipline that accompanies the religious rites borders on regimentation. Another view is that while seeking to control or check the activities of a person, religion virtually instills a fear psychosis in him. These and several other queries have been answered by the Vedas. Read this book to enlighten yourself on Adwaita, Dwaita and Visishtadwaita.
A Series on The Ramayana and The Mahabharata
The Ramayana pervades our cultural life; every character has been presented to the reader in such a way that he or she can mould his orher future in a proper manner. The lessons learnt from them are applicable to all times and to all conditions of life. The hero is the embodiment of virtue, knows His obligations, is firm in executing the vows of protection and combines in Him very many rare qualities. Likewise, the Divine Mother who had manifested as His partner, enabled Him to establish Moral Law. Read this book to find out more about the Ramayana and the Mahabharata.
A series on the Bhagavad Gita and Bhagavatam
Lord Krishna’s message in the Song Celestial is that even in the midst of work, a man can see the divine. The teaching is based on the “Philosophy of action” and is concerned about the “man at work”. Humanism has been there for a long time, but the real test is to see whether we behave in a human way. Humanism seems to have been forgotten over the years. The Bhagavad Gita inspires us to tap the humanistic impulses. Read more to find out about the universality of the Bhagavad Gita and Bhagavatam.