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Sri Sahitya Sagar The Book Shop

Shop No. :- 18, Plot No. :- F-1, F-Block Market, Location :- Sector :-12, Land Mark :- Near Water Tank, City :- Noida, District :- Gautam Budha Nagar, State :- Uttarpradesh Country :- India, Pin Code :- 201301, Mobile :- 99999 72859

By Metro:-

Get down at Metro Station Sector-15, take tempo, auto rikshaw to Sector-11 ( Mother dairy ) then walk into the inner lane to Sector-12 towards Noida Stadium, on the way you will find F-Block Market, Opp. Shimla Park. Sign Board of shop "Sri Sahitya Sagar The Book Shop"

By Bus:-

Get down at Bus Stop Noida Stadium Gate No:-2 in front of it a branch of "State Bank of India" is located beside the branch a lane is running towards "Sahara Communication" on the way you will find F-Block Market after Water Tank, Opp. Shimla Park. Sign Board of shop "Sri Sahitya Sagar The Book Shop"

Vedic Sukt Sangrah

Author : Gita Press


Language : Hindi

Pages : 256

Size : 13.3 cm x 20.3 cm   Price : Rs.24

The History Of Hindus

Name : The History Of Hindus Indological Books
Description : Dr. Surendra kr. Sharma 'ajnat' the saga of defeats indological

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Price : 150

Sunderkand Roman


Code : 1550
Title : Sunderkand Roman
Author : Gita Press
Language : English
Pages : 320
Size : 10 cm x 13.5 cm
Price : Rs.15 

Shri Ramacharitamanasa (Sundarkand)

Code : 1349
Title : Shri Ramacharitamanasa (Sundarkand)

Author : Goswami Tulsidas
Language : Hindi
Pages : 128
Size : 13.3 cm x 20.3 cm

Description : Ramacharitamanasa is the most excellent piece of work in Hindi literature. Sri Ramacharitamanasa of Goswami Tulasidas enjoys a unique place among the classics of the world literature. It is one of the best poems of the world. This book is an excellent specimen of ideal duties of a sovereign, ideal household life, ideal conjugal life and other ideal rights of human beings. It is quite impossible to find some other literary work in the world which contains highest level of devotion, knowledge, renunciation, dispassion etc. The book represents the wonderful example of divine sport displayed by the Lord in human form. It is universally accepted by all classes of people. Reverently recitation of the verses of this book, and acting upon the instructions as given in the book make human beings able to attain divine bliss, there is no doubt about it. Gita Press has published this book in various sizes King-size, voluminous, in book size, medium size, and small size (manual). Sri Ramacharitamanasa published from Gita Press is considered to be authentic as there is no interpolation in it. Procedure of recitation of verses, brief biography of Goswamiji, the composer, and the Arati song have been given in all the editions of Ramacharitamanasa. The presence of a copy of Sri Ramacharitamanasa published from Gita Press in each and every home at least in India is a beautiful example of its popularity.

Price : Rs.20

Srimad Valmiki Ramayana-Katha-Sudha-Sagara

Code : 1291
Title : Srimad Valmiki Ramayana-Katha-Sudha-Sagara

Author : Maharshi Valmiki
Language : Hindi
Pages : 544
Size : 19 cm x 28 cm

Description : Srimad Valmiki Ramayana is a wonderful ocean of social, moral, religious and spiritual education. The complete story of Lord Rama delivered by Sri Kripashankaraji, an erudite scholar of divinely sport of Lord Rama of Ayodhya has been published to the letters. Mere reading of this book is very much beneficial.

Price : Rs.130

Shri Ramacharitamanasa

Code : 1095
Title : Shri Ramacharitamanasa (Deluxe)
Author : Goswami Tulsidas
Language : Hindi
Pages : 1056
Size : 19 cm x 28 cm

Description : Ramacharitamanasa is the most excellent piece of work in Hindi literature. Sri Ramacharitamanasa of Goswami Tulasidas enjoys a unique place among the classics of the world literature. It is one of the best poems of the world. This book is an excellent specimen of ideal duties of a sovereign, ideal household life, ideal conjugal life and other ideal rights of human beings. It is quite impossible to find some other literary work in the world which contains highest level of devotion, knowledge, renunciation, dispassion etc. The book represents the wonderful example of divine sport displayed by the Lord in human form. It is universally accepted by all classes of people. Reverently recitation of the verses of this book, and acting upon the instructions as given in the book make human beings able to attain divine bliss, there is no doubt about it. Gita Press has published this book in various sizes King-size, voluminous, in book size, medium size, and small size (manual). Sri Ramacharitamanasa published from Gita Press is considered to be authentic as there is no interpolation in it. Procedure of recitation of verses, brief biography of Goswamiji, the composer, and the Arati song have been given in all the editions of Ramacharitamanasa. The presence of a copy of Sri Ramacharitamanasa published from Gita Press in each and every home at least in India is a beautiful example of its popularity.

Price : Rs.270

Manasa Mein Nama-Vandana

Code : 401
Title : Manasa Mein Nama-Vandana
Author : Swami Ramsukhdas
Language : Hindi
Pages : 160
Size : 13.3 cm x 20.3 cm

Description : This brilliant book is a compendium of sacred discourses delivered by the most revered swami Ramsukhdasji. The book consists of the glory described in detail as occurred in Srimad Ramacharitamanasa.

Price : Rs.10 

Manasa-Shanka-Samadhana

Code : 104
Title : Manasa-Shanka-Samadhana
Author : Jairam Das Deen
Language : Hindi
Pages : 160
Size : 13.3 cm x 20.3 cm

Description : The writer of this book, Sri Jayaramadasaji has tried to satisfy the readers through his best possible answers to the questions asked by them on the basis of Srimad Ramacharitamanasa. This is a worth reading book by ardent devotees.

Price : Rs.15

Manasa Rahasya

Code : 103
Title : Manasa Rahasya
Author : Jairam Das Deen
Language : Hindi
Pages : 400
Size : 14 cm x 21.5 cm

Description : This book is a unique collection of 35 articles on different subjects priorly published in Kalyana by the late Sri Jayaramadasa (Dina). The writer has described in this book the purpose of Rama's incarnation, virtuous glory of Kaliyuga, glory of Sita, and the topic like virtuous characteristics of Bharata etc.

Price : Rs.50

Manas-Peeyush (In Seven Volumes)

Code : 86
Title : Manas-Peeyush (In Seven Volumes)
Author : Anjaninandansharan
Language : Hindi
Pages : 6640
Size : 19 cm x 28 cm

Description : This is a vast and grand commentary on Ramacharitamanasa viz., Manasa Peeyusha composed by the great saintly scholar Sri Anjaninandana Sharana. This is a wonderful compendium based on the interpretations done by renowned knower of Rama-Katha, profound thinkers, well-versed saints and modern scholars of the story related to Lord Rama. This type of treatise is a rare in itself. This is the only resort of devotees and a beautiful bridge to cross the worldly ocean. This book is a great source of divine knowledge for the devotees, learned and inquisitive person for the various points of view. This is a worth reading book.

Shri Ramacharitamanasa


Code : 81
Title : Shri Ramacharitamanasa
Author : Goswami Tulsidas
Language : Hindi
Pages : 1056
Size : 19 cm x 28 cm

Description : Ramacharitamanasa is the most excellent piece of work in Hindi literature. Sri Ramacharitamanasa of Goswami Tulasidas enjoys a unique place among the classics of the world literature. It is one of the best poems of the world. This book is an excellent specimen of ideal duties of a sovereign, ideal household life, ideal conjugal life and other ideal rights of human beings. It is quite impossible to find some other literary work in the world which contains highest level of devotion, knowledge, renunciation, dispassion etc. The book represents the wonderful example of divine sport displayed by the Lord in human form. It is universally accepted by all classes of people. Reverently recitation of the verses of this book, and acting upon the instructions as given in the book make human beings able to attain divine bliss, there is no doubt about it. Gita Press has published this book in various sizes King-size, voluminous, in book size, medium size, and small size (manual). Sri Ramacharitamanasa published from Gita Press is considered to be authentic as there is no interpolation in it. Procedure of recitation of verses, brief biography of Goswamiji, the composer, and the Arati song have been given in all the editions of Ramacharitamanasa. The presence of a copy of Sri Ramacharitamanasa published from Gita Press in each and every home at least in India is a beautiful example of its popularity.

Srimad Valmiki Ramayana

Code : 75
Title : Srimad Valmiki Ramayana
Author : Maharshi Valmiki
Language : Hindi
Pages : 832
Size : 19 cm x 28 cm

Description : Valmiki Ramayana is one of the world's most remarkable classics and excels all in its moral appeal. It is full of lessons for all and deserves to be read with interest and profit by all lovers of healthy literature. It is noted for its poetic excellences and is the oldest specimen of epic poetry. It stands equal in rank to the Vedas. Valmiki Ramayana is available in two volumes with text and Hindi translation. Hard-bound with illustration.

Adhyatmaramayana


Code : 74
Title : Adhyatmaramayana
Author : Gita Press
Language : Hindi
Pages : 368
Size : 19 cm x 28 cm

Description : These sacred verses are and extract from the latter portion of the Brahmanda Purana composed by the great Veda Vyasa. These verses are a dialogue between Lord Shankara and goddess and universal mother Parvati. This pious story was recited to the universal mother Parvati by the Lord Shankara. This religious book contains the ideal characteristics of Lord Rama, the precept related to devotion, knowledge, dispassion, adoration and good conduct. The main context of the book based on spiritual and metaphysical knowledge. Mere reading of or listening to these verses enables one to attain self-realization. The book is available in Hindi commentary. It is in hard-bound, with illustration. This book can also be got in Tamil (Code no. 1256) and Telugu (Code no. 845).

Srishuk - Sudhasagar

Srimad Bhagavat Mahapurana has occupied its place as a crest-jewel among all the Indian literature. It is a step towards the path of devotion as the same had been recited to king Parikshita by the Lord Shukadeva. Its each Shloka is full of fragrance with Sri Krishna's love. This voluminous didactic doctrine contains the means of knowledge, a pathway to devotion.
श्रीमदभागवत भारतीय वाङ्मयका मुकुटमणि है। भगवान शुकदेवद्वारा महाराज परीक्षितको सुनाया गया भक्तिमार्गका तो मानो सोपानही है। इसके प्रत्येक श्लोकमें श्रीकृष्ण-प्रेमकी सुगन्धि है। इसमें साधन-ज्ञान, सिद्धज्ञान, साधन-भक्ति, सिद्धा-भक्ति, मर्यादा-मार्ग, अनुग्रह-मार्ग, द्वैत, अद्वैत समन्वयके साथ प्रेरणादायी विविध उपाख्यानों का अद्भुत संग्रह है। कलि सन्तरणका साधन-रूप यह सम्पूर्ण ग्रन्थ-रत्न मूलके साथ हिन्दी-अनुवाद, पूजन-विधि भागवत-महात्म्य, आरती, पाठके विभिन्न प्रयोगोंके साथ दो खण्डोंमें उपलब्ध है।


Swami kindly enlightens-What are the different stages in the journey to experience the transcendental Divine?

What are the different stages in the journey to experience the transcendental Divine?
Swami kindly enlightens us today.
Sai Inspires - 17th September 2009
Whatever form you attribute to Divinity, contemplate on that form. When you worship that form, your mind may waver quite a bit in the beginning. One-pointed focusing of the mind on a particular form is called concentration. When you practice concentration, the wavering of the mind may somewhat reduce. That is the state of contemplation. In contemplation also, there is some wavering of the mind. When the mind becomes totally steady, only then can you call it meditation. Gradually, you forget yourself. That is the super conscious state (samadhi) in which you transcend all forms. Then you will experience the attributeless Divine. -Divine Discourse, 6 July 2009.
Service done to a suffering being reaches the Lord. - Baba

Swami compassionately teaches-What are the key actions we must take to realize Divinity?

What are the key actions we must take to realize Divinity?
Swami compassionately teaches us today so that we may live in harmony with everyone. Did you learn the bhajan "Sarva Mangala Sai Janani" from the Bhajan Tutor in the Sep issue of H2H?
Sai Inspires - 19th September 2009
The entire universe is the creation of God and every being is the embodiment of Divinity, including small insects. Do not observe any differences, as God is present in every being. Do not hate or deride anybody. Do not quarrel with anybody. When you lead your life in such a manner, you will be able to realize your Self. So long as you have ego, you will not be able to understand your reality. When you cut the 'I' from the middle, it becomes a Cross. Cross symbolizes cutting of ego. When you cut your ego, you rise to the level of Divinity. If you have the feeling of "I, Mine and Thine", it will develop duality in you. Duality is not correct. The body has been given to you to lead your life in this world and to discharge your duty. Perform your duty well. Duty is God. Do not observe any differences and consider all as one. -Divine Discourse, July 6, 2009.
Everyone is God's Property. Consider All as One. - Baba

How to Exercise While Sitting at Your Computer?

How to Exercise While Sitting at Your Computer ?
Sitting at the computer all day is not exactly good for the body. If you have to be at a desk all day long, doing some simple things can improve your posture and health.
Steps
1. Sit properly in a good chair designed for desk work. Your back should be straight, shoulders back, and the top of your monitor should be level with your eyes. If you have to look down or up, you need to adjust the height of your screen. If you keep leaning forward, first get your eyesight checked. After a while you will improve your posture and no longer need this restraint.
2. Maintain an ergonomic body posture while typing. Be sure your wrists are slightly lower than your elbows. This will help prevent Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Keep your legs bent at the knees so that the knees are only slightly higher than your hips. Feet should be flat on the floor or on a step stool of some sort.
3. Stand up every half hour to stretch or walk around a bit.
4. Stretch your calves, and give your eyes a break from focusing on your computer screen. This will also help prevent blood clots from developing in your legs. Blood clots are very common among middle-aged computer users.
5. Learn to stretch. To stretch your neck, flex your head forward/backward, side to side and look right and left. Never roll your head around your neck. This could cause damage to the joints of the neck.
6. Roll your wrists regularly (this will help prevent carpal tunnel syndrome if you spend a lot of time typing).
7. Notice if you tend to hunch in front of the keyboard. To counter that, perform the following exercise: open your arms wide as if you are going to hug someone, rotate your wrists externally (thumbs going up and back) and pull your shoulders back. This stretch is moving your body the opposite way to being hunched and you should feel a good stretch across your upper chest.
8. Contract your abdominal and gluteal muscles, hold them there for a few seconds, then release. Repeat this for every few minutes all day long while you are working at your desk.
9. Stretch your arms, legs, neck and torso while sitting. This will help prevent you from feeling stiff.
10. Take advantage of the downtime created by rebooting or large file downloads to get up and try something more ambitious such as doing a few push-ups, sit-ups, and/or jumping jacks. Beware of your snickering co-workers though.
11. Acquire a hand gripper. They are cheap, small and light. When you have to read something either on the screen or on paper, you probably won't be using your hands very often so squeeze your gripper. It is an excellent forearm workout.
12. Acquire an elastic band (also cheap, small and light) and use it to do the actions mentioned in step 9 (i.e., when stretching your arms, do it by pulling apart the elastic band). You will not only stretch but it will also work the muscles slightly.
13. Take a few deep breaths. If possible, get some fresh air in your lungs.
14. Invest in a large size stability ball or stability ball style desk chair, and sit on it with back straight and abs firm. The actual stability ball is more effective, however the chair is a more viable option for use in an office environment. Sit , bounce or do basic toning exercises while watching TV or talking on the phone as well. Use the actual ball form in moderation when typing, as this is probably not the most supportive seating to prevent carpal tunnel and tendonitis.
15. While sitting, lift up your legs on the balls of your feet and set them down. Repeat these until your legs are comfortably tired. Then repeat it again about 10 minutes later. Do this whole routine for about an hour or so. This will exercise your calves.
16. Have a bottle of water by your side and make a habit of drinking some every half hour. If you do this consistently you will begin to feel more alert and in the long run you will get thinner.
Tips
• Set your chair back rest at an angle wider than 90°.
• Don't neglect the health of your eyes! It is detrimental to your eyesight to focus at one thing for long periods of time (i.e. your monitor) so take breaks to look out the window and focus at something at a further distance away to maintain good ocular health. Also consider purchasing an LCD screen which is easier on the eyes. If you are at your computer screen for long periods of time, optometrists recommend following the "20-20-20" rule--For every 20 minutes spent focusing on your computer screen, spend 20 seconds focusing on something else 20 feet away.
• As long as something is moving, you will be helping to keep yourself in better shape. Constant movement will burn calories and contribute to cardiovascular health. While exercising at your computer is helpful, it is not a substitute for going to the gym or conducting a regular exercise program.
• Don't sit still. Fidgeting is a good way to keep moving. Even something like tapping your foot. But don't make too much noise--however you fidget, the repetitive noises may bother other people.
• Always have water nearby to drink.
• If you're all alone, try shutting off the computer for a bit and exercise. If you're on a cell phone call, get up and do stretches, or leg lifts, anything to keep moving during down time away from the desk.
• Try exercises that combine opposing muscle groups (flexors and extensors, e.g., biceps and triceps) to get a good workout. Clasp your hands together with palms facing each other. Pull up with one hand while pushing down with the other.
• If you are a runner or jogger, you can sit on the floor and stretch as you use the computer. It will save you time too if you have to do both anyway.
• Play music while working to provoke body movement and relieve stress. A smaller instrument will be more convenient.
• Sit on a balance ball while you are working at your desk. You burn calories stabilizing your core and body on the ball. If this doesn't seem possible for work, replace the desk chair at your computer at home.

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Swami lovingly explains-What is the importance of time?

What is the importance of time? How should we best utilise it? Swami lovingly explains it and shows the big traps one should avoid through practice. Did you browse the section "Photo Gallery - Glimpses of Gokulam”?
Sai Inspires - 21st September 2009
Do not waste time. At present, you are wasting a lot of time in vain pursuits. In fact, Time is our life. Time is everything. "Kaalaya Namaha, Kaala Kaalaya Namaha" (Worship time, Worship the Lord of Time). If you spend such a valuable time, indulging in vain and unsacred things, how can you get it back? It is only to sanctify this life, God has given you your span of time. If you channelize your thoughts in the right path, your actions will be timely. The time, the action, the cause and the duty should be harmonized. Do not ever leave the sacred path. The path will help you lead a sacred life. You can definitely achieve this. -Divine Discourse, 12 Oct, 2002.
Spiritual practices should lead you to offer your soul to God. - Baba

Bhagwan Sri Satya Sai Baba - 40 Tips For Better Life

40 Tips for Better Life

1. Take a 10-30 minute walk every day. And while you walk, smile. It is the ultimate anti-depressant.

2. Sit in silence for at least 10 minutes each day. Buy a lock if you have to……...

3. Buy a DVR and tape your late night shows and get more sleep.

4. When you wake up in the morning complete the following statement, 'My purpose is to __________ today.' I wake up every morning clapping my hands, saying, “I am fine, I am good, I will overcome all obstacles and make it and God is my witness”.

5. Live with the 3 E's -- Energy, Enthusiasm, and Empathy.

6. Play more games and read more books than you did last year.

7. Make time to practice meditation and prayer everyday. They provide us with daily fuel for our busy lives. Baba said, “it’s better to pray then being a prey to the society”.

8. Spend time with people over the age of 70 and under the age of 6.

9. Dream more while you are awake and have dreamless sleep.

10. Eat more food that grow on trees and plants and eat less food that is manufactured in plants. Try to be a vegetarian if possible.

11. Drink green tea and plenty of water. Eat blueberries, broccoli, almonds & walnuts.

12. Try to make at least three people smile each day.

13. Clear clutter from your house, your car, your desk and let new and flowing energy into your life.

14. Don't waste your precious energy on gossip, energy vampires (blood suckers), issues of the past, negative thoughts or things you cannot control. Instead invest your energy in the positive present moment.

15. Realize that life is a school and you are here to learn. Problems are simply part of the curriculum that appear and fade away like algebra class but the lessons you learn will last a lifetime.

16. Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a college kid with a maxed out charge card or a begger.

17. Smile and laugh more. It will keep the energy vampires away.

18. Life isn't fair, but it's still good. Enjoy it.

19. Life is too short to waste time hating anyone.

20. Don't take yourself so seriously. No one else does.

21. You don't have to win every argument. Agree to disagree.

22. Make peace with your past so it won't spoil the present.

23. Don't compare your life to others'. You have no idea what their journey is all about.

24. No one is in charge of your happiness except you. Fall in love with yourselves first and become a magnet that constantly attracts others to you.

25. Frame every so-called disaster with these words: 'In five years, will this matter?'

26. Forgive everyone for everything.

27. What other people think of you is none of your business.

28. Time heals almost everything.

29. However good or bad a situation is, it will change.

30. Your job won't take care of you when you are sick. Your good friends will…….Stay in touch.

31. Get rid of anything that isn't useful, beautiful or joyful.

32. Envy is a waste of time. You already have all you need.

33. The best is yet to come.

34. No matter how you feel, get up, dress up and show up.

35. Do the right thing!

36. Call your family often. Love your family and forget all the petty arguments instantly.

37. Each night before you go to bed complete the following statements: I am thankful to God for __________. Today I accomplished _________.

38. Remember that you are too blessed to be stressed.

39. Enjoy the ride. Remember this is not Disney World and you certainly don't want a fast pass. You only have one ride through life so make the most of it and enjoy the ride.

40. Please Forward this to all your friends.

May your troubles be less,

May your blessings be more,

May nothing but happiness come through your door! Jai Sai Ram.

Just for today

Just for today, be kind, cheerful, agreeable,
responsive, caring, and understanding.
be your best, dress your best, talk softly, look
for the bright side of things.

P
raise people for
what they do and don't criticize them for what they cannot do.

I
f someone does something stupid, forgive and forget.
A
fter all, it's just for one day.
W
ho knows, it might turn out to be a
good day!

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