“This book explores one of the 64 traditional arts of Indian called ‘Nimitta-Jnana’. The art of predicting events by scientifically…

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Nimitta-Jnana, The Art of Foretelling Events


This book explores one of the 64 traditional arts called “Nimitta-Jnana”, The Art of Foretelling Events. The world around us a dynamic ever interacting and directly the result of the grand plan of The Supreme Personality of Godhead for our reformation. The Supreme Lord also continuously interacts with the us personally through various nimittas. Know how to become a nimitta matra by exploring this one of the 64 arts.

Timeless Stories of Gomata – English


3rd Edition – Have you ever wondered why and how Laxmidevi resides in cow dung? Why cows are considered most significant of all animals? How come cows have varied horns? How were cows created? How cows got their position in Goloka? Do you know the story why little Krsna in Goloka never wore footwear? Do you know about how Lord Shiva made the Bull as his vehicle? Find all this and more in this publication, ‘Timeless Stories of Gomata’ which is collection of 35 stories related to Mother Cow from Puranas and other classics. The educative stories intend to promote the importance of Mother Cow in society at large.



by Bharath Chandra Dasa. Garbhadhana-samskara is the first and most important of all the purificatory processes in the tradition of Sanatana dharma. This is a great Vedic science to produce and raise a highly evolved progeny.

Krsna-krida, The Art of Engaging Children’s Playful Attitude


This book explores one of the 64 traditional arts of Indian called ‘Bala-kridanakani’. The Art of Engaging Children’s Playful Attitude. Children have a natural attitude to play. And, Krsna’s playful pastimes are a natural attraction for a conditioned soul. Hence children can from very beginning cultivate a taste for devotional service very easily and can be raised up to to the stage of ruci, asakti and prema. The book involves a detailed description of the psychology of a child at different age groups and how sambandha, abhidheya and prayojana be achieved at every stage.
Children can be raised up to the platform of exchanging loving devotional relationship with the Supreme Lord. The book goes on to deal in great detail with each and every game Krsna played with His cowherd friends. King Pariksit used to play similarly in love of Krsna as explained by acaryas. Children can be provided information about all those games that Krsna played, how He played and what pastimes He did. With this, children naturally and spontaneously engage in Krsna-krida.