The Taj Mahal: Its Alternative History As A Vedic Temple
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The point of this presentation is that we have all heard how the Taj Mahal, which is considered one of the great wonders of the world, was built as the preeminent expression of a man's love for a... More > wife. That it was built by emperor Shah Jahan in commemoration of his wife Mumtaz. However, is this a true story? In our continuous effort to get to the truth, we have acquired some very important documents, information and photographs. Regardless of what anyone thinks, here is some thoughtful information that seems to indicate that the Taj Mahal was never built by Shah Jahan. Some say the Taj Mahal pre-dates Shah Jahan by several centuries and was originally built as a Hindu or Vedic temple/palace complex, and that Shah Jahan merely acquired it from its previous owner, the Hindu King Jai Singh.< Less
Mysteries of the Ancient Vedic Empire: Recognizing Vedic Contributions to Other Cultures Around the World
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This book takes us on a journey through history and across many countries as we point out similarities and remnants of the Vedic tradition that remain there to this day. These include forms of art,... More > philosophy, religion, architecture, temples, ways of living, and so on, throughout many areas of the East, South Pacific, Europe, Middle East, the Americas, and and more. This book also explains: * How many religions in the world have features that clearly descended from the oldest form of spiritual knowledge and truth as found in Vedic Dharma. * How Vedic Dharma is still relevant today and can help establish peace through its timeless spiritual wisdom. * It also how and why Vedic culture contributed to so many areas and cultures of the world. This book will help anyone understand how the advanced nature of the Vedic civilization and its universal spiritual principles fit into the development of so many other cultures and still contributes to the upliftment of society today.< Less
The Soul: Understanding Our Real Identity
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This book provides a summarization of the most essential spiritual knowledge that will give you the key to spiritual awakening. The descriptions from the Vedic texts will give you greater insights... More > and a new look at who and what you really are as a spiritual being. Herein you will find some of the most insightful spiritual knowledge and wisdom known to mankind. Some of the topics include: How you are more than your body The purpose of life Spiritual ignorance of the soul is the basis of illusion and suffering The path of spiritual realization How the soul is eternal The unbounded nature of the soul What is the Supersoul Attaining direct spiritual perception and experience of our real identity This book will give you a deeper look into the ancient wisdom of India’s Vedic, spiritual culture, and the means to recognize your real identity.< Less
The Bhakti-yoga Handbook
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A Guide for Beginning the Essentials of Devotional Yoga This book is a guide for anyone who wants to begin the practice of bhakti-yoga in a practical and effective way. This supplies the... More > information, the principles, the regular activities or sadhana, and how to have the right attitude in applying ourselves to attain success on the path of bhakti-yoga, which is uniting with God through love and devotion. This outlines a general schedule for our daily spiritual activities and a typical morning program as found in most Krishna temples that are centered around devotional yoga. In this way, you will find the explanations on how to begin our day and set our mind, what meditations to do, which spiritual texts are best to study, and how we can make most everything we do as part of bhakti-yoga. All of these can be adjusted in a way that can be practiced and applied by anyone by anyone regardless of whether you are in a temple ashrama or in your own home or apartment.< Less
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