Guru & Godmen Works

Shikshapatri of Swaminarayan

Shikshapatri means The Code of Precepts. It is the direct words and teachings of the founder of the tradition of Hinduism known as Swaminarayan Hinduism. Bhagwan Swaminarayan Himself wrote this quintessence of the scriptures, a code of conduct for the devotees, in Vadtal, in 1826. It contains 212 Sanskrit verses in couplets. Bhagwan Swaminarayan has covered an amazing range of subjects, prescribing practical injunctions for...

Matri Vani | Teachings of Anandamayi Ma

Teachings of our beloved God-realized Śrī Anandamayi Ma (30 April 1896 - 27 August 1982) as they were given while dictating answers to letters of devotees and during public talks concerning different topics of spiritual growth and God realization. The message of Anandamayi Ma is both timeless and timely, for a world filled with tensions and confusion needs to be constantly reminded that the cause...

Sad Vani | Teachings of Anandamayi Ma

Śrī Anandamayi Ma was among a few prominent God-realized, enlightened saints of the XX century from Bengal, India. Since early age of childhood she have had the deepest trance-like experiences of God-realization, all the divine qualities and miraculous powers and a great radiance of divine energy and blessing. Sad Vani was the first collection of teachings of Śrī Anandamayi Ma

Haidakhan Babaji Teachings

Teachings of Haidakhan Babaji (1970-1984) as recorded by his devotees in Babaji's ashram in Haidakhan Vishwa Mahadham during last years of his presence in the physical form, during 1979-1984.

Yogananda - Autobiography of a Yogi

The world-famous book “Autobiography of a Yogi” by Swami Paramahamsa Yogananda (January 5, 1893 – March 7, 1952), born Mukunda Lal Ghosh, now you can read it online. Yogananda Swami was not only ardent devotee of Kāli Mā and exceptional teacher and popularizer of Kriya Yoga in India and in USA, he is considered a God-realized personality or in Indian terminology – Paramahamsa (non-returning).

Shri Ramakrishna Kathamrita

Shri Shri Ramakrishna Kathamrita or sometimes in English known simply as the Gospel of Shri Ramakrishna is a book written by the close disciple of the Saint - Mahendranath Gupta, also known in text as M. and consists of descriptions of author's personal meetings and experiences with the great teacher, his own conversations with Shri Ramakrishna (18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886)