Discourses on Shrimad Bhagavata

Discourses on Shrimad Bhagavata

SKU: S0076
Publisher: Chinmaya Prakashan
ISBN: 978-81-7597-709-9
Language: English
Author: Swami Tejomayananda
Binding: Paperback
  • Bhakti,Love, Hindu Culture,Hinduism

Description of product

Shrimad Bhagavata is renowned as one of the greatest compositions in Sanskrit Literature. The 18th Purana composed by Maharishi Veda-Vyasa is extolled as the Mahapurana and is the integral part of the fabric of Indian Culture. It stands unparalleled in its distinct and resplendent exaltation of devotion to God, revealing throughout the quintessence of Vedantic teachings.

Masterfully profound and delightfully enchanting, Shrimad Bhagavata abounds in work-paintings of the Supreme Lord's wondrous and endearing avatars, divine sports and devotees-paintings that kindle, intensify and establish devotion in one's heart. This spring of devotion leads one to satsang, to the Guru and to teachings that unveil one's essential nature of Brahman.

Swami Tejomayananda's acclaimed discourses on Shrimad Bhagavata are a rare treasure trove of spiritual wisdom, illuminating and transformative, inspiring even those immersed in material pursuits to walk the spiritual path. The reader will not only be gratefully benefited and enlightened by this treatise, but will also find insightful explanations on weighty and debated topics. 

User reviews


3 Reviews

Excellent book. As a first time reader of bhagavatham, easy enough to read for young adults and older. Simple language but well expressed, and the stories are brought out beautifully. Translated with heart! Thanks to the author.
Feb 17, 2020 11:04:11 AM
Just what I was searching for! Just started reading it. It's good!! Nice to have the Sanskrit slokas, English translation and then the discussion.
Feb 17, 2020 10:47:16 AM
Best Commentary of Bhagavata, Loved this book after reading many commentaries from other authors. This book is written in very simple language that goes deep into the psyche. The best part of this book is that it combines devotion, advaita philosophy, karam yoga, gyan yoga very nicely.
Feb 14, 2020 11:37:30 AM