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    A Complete Guide on Garbhadhana-samskara

    One of the most important aspects of the Daiva Varnasrama culture or Sanatana Dharma culture, is Garbhadhana-samskara. Garbhadhana-samskara is a great science. Ancient manuscripts dealt with this science in detail. Dharma sastras, Grhya sutras, Charaka samhita, Sustruta samhita, Astanga hridayam etc. provide amazing details related to conception and the science related to it.

    The heart of the book is the topic of determining the right day and auspicious time for “niseka” to be performed. The modern family planning is more or less a skill of using contraception and undergoing abortion or sterilization to terminate unwanted progeny while continuing to succumb to the sensual fetters of the unplanned sex life. In Vedic understanding, this is an uncivilized and uncultured way of family planning. A cultured alternative is provided by vedas called as Garbhadhana-samskara.

    The vedic conception of family planning is a conscious planning of the act of sexual consummation driven by the sole purpose of obtaining a virtuous progeny and not for sense gratification. Therefore, the act of sexual union is considered as a sacred act of yajna or offering to Lord Visnu.This sacred act is governed by a set of medical, cultural, astrological and spiritual instructions.

    Topics discussed throughout the book include the following:

    1. Concepts of Vedic Family Planning

    2. Determining Right day and time for Conception

    3. Vows and Preparations Related to Vedic Family Planning

    4. Process of Garbhadhana-Samskara

    5. Vows after Conception and Diet During Pregnancy

    6. Sins of Contraception, Abortion and Sterilization

    7. Timeless Stories From Puranas

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    A GBC Foundational Document – S.Prabhupada: The Founder-Acarya of ISKCON

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    A Handbook of Vaisnava Songs and Practises

    The small booklet contains our main Vaisnava songtexts of 25 songs performed during the daily sadhana of morning program, evening program, prasadam times, etc.
    This includes not only the Roman transliteration of Sanskrit/Bengali verses and the English translation, but it includes also the word for word translation from Sanskrit to English.

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    Art Of Chanting Hare Krishna: Japa Meditation Techniques

    A Summary compilation about the identity and the glories of the Holy Name. Includes yoga techniques of concentration, japa meditation techniques, and many more.

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    Art of Parenting: Principals & Practices

    This book, being a treasure house of wisdom, comes as a boon for parenting. It is a rich collection of articles by the disciples, senor Vaisnavas and grand-disciples of Srila Prabhupada, presented in a form of inspiring instructions from Srila Prabhupada’s books, letters and conversations, real life examples and anecdotes from devotees and their children, deeper insights into the practical aspects of parenting.

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    Bhakti Rasamrta Sindhu – 2 Vol Set

    Bhakti Rasamrta Sindhu is a general description of devotional service, the regulative principles, and devotional service as the ultimate goal, love of God

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    Bhaktyaloka – Illuminations On Bhakti

    Twelve essays on the six favourable and six unfavourable items for devotional service indicated in Upadesamrta.

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    Brahmacarya in Krishna Consciousness

    A user’s guide to brahmacari life. The first part consists of elaborate discussions and practical guidance regarding many aspects of brahmacarya. The second portion is a compilation of quotations on brahmacarya from Srila Prabhupadaメs books, letters, and recordings. Invaluable not only for brahmacaris, but for all devotees seriously interested in improving their spiritual life.

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    Bright Side

    Many books have been written on the subject of “positive thinking,” “improved management” and “self-improvement, this one is written from a Vedic point of view…