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Books listed are inspired by the life and teachings of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi (1879-1950). Online bookstore contains select books in English and other Indian languages. Most of the books are published by Sri Ramanasramam, India. Online store also sells Photographs, Audio and Video related to Sri Ramana Maharshi.




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There are two ways to browse this online bookstore: one is the graphical view through the category links on the left sidebar and through the shop page. The other is where you can quickly scan all the book titles in one page via a table view.


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Having read so many books on Mahabharata, the books on various characters of Mahabharata, unheard stories of Mahabharata, here I am, sharing the list of books that you can read if you want to get a deeper insight what the characters went through. Each story gives us newer perspectives and interpretations.


A book that holds secrets of Mahabharata. I liked how the author narrated the life of Kunti. How she felt when she told Karna the truth, when she told Pandavas the truth and a lot more. The engaging writing style keeps the reader hooked throughout. I liked the way it is narrated, with a smooth flow of words, the author keeps the readers invested in.


Jaya: An Illustrated Retelling Of The Mahabharata has the whole epic, which was originally known as Jaya, condensed into a tiny capsule in this book. Other than retelling the interesting parts of the Mahabharata, what makes this book a favourite among the readers is Pattanaik rendering of the various local folklores and tales that are associated with the epic, which have been presented in a whole new genre. With a master stroke, the author has elaborated the storyline by including lesser known folklore stories of the epic, while keeping intact its original form and style.


What a well-researched article. We have mostly known the various characters of Mahabharata from the main epic. However, these sort of books will help us to know in details about our favourite characters.


It introduces the child to the antecedents of the Mahabharata. How it became into a book, who was the narrator and who penned it down. Whimsical illustrations made with crayons has a very child-like appeal that children are going to enjoy looking at over and over again. Shamim Padamsee, Young India Books


In these verses the Acharya offers Namaskarams to Mahabharatam (for it is the greatest book), Bhagavad Gita (looking upon Gita as mother Saraswati the embodiment of wisdom), Vyasacharya (the author of Mahabharatam and therefore the author of Gita also), and Krishna (who gives the Gita teaching to Arjuna).


Articles and books published in Language in India are indexed in several leading databases: EBSCOHost database, MLA International Bibliography and the Directory of Periodicals, and ProQuest (Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts). The journal is listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals also. Gale also indexes articles published in Language in India.


Language In India is a monthly online journal devoted to the study of the languages spoken in the Indian sub-continent. We wish to present the scholarly research findings on these languages in popular language. Our focus is on language use in mass media, education and administration, speech and hearing, sociolinguistic and political aspects relating to these languages and the society in the Indian subcontinent. We wish to present the linguistic descriptions, interdisciplinary research, and current issues of importance relating to Indian languages. Following the age-old tradition of Indian scholarship, the pages of this journal are open to scholarly articles on any language. We believe in co-operation and mutual help to foster amity between all peoples and their languages. This online journal publishes not only articles, but also book-length reports and studies. We want to be a blessing to Indian languages, praying for "strength for today and bright hope for tomorrow." We sincerely believe that every Indian language deserves our whole-hearted support for growth and that every one can find its place in a mosaic of unity and understanding, serving each other and singing the glory of God.


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