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- A Vedic Reader for Students
- Adhyatma Ramayana (Sanskrit Text with Transliteration, English Commentary Alongwith Explanatory Notes, Relevant Appendices etc.) (In Two Volumes)
- Agni – The Vedic Ritual of the Fire Altar (Set of 2 Big Volumes with Two CDs)
- Ajanta - Monumental Legacy
- An Introduction to Indian Philosophy
- Apologetic Brahma Seeks Pardon from Krishna (From ...
- Arthaveda Ka Subodh Bhashya (Part Second - Kanda: 4 to 6): Sanskrit Text and Hindi Translation
- Arthaveda Ka Subodh Bhashya (Part Third - Kanda: 7 to 10): Sanskrit Text and Hindi Translation
- Beloved of the Gods (A Story of Ashoka the Great)
- Brahmavidya Abhyasa (Sure Way to The Inner Self)
- Buddhism In Comparative Light
- Buddhism in South India
- Dharmakosa - Rajanitikanda (Sanskrit Only in Six Volumes): The Most Voluminous Encyclopedia on the Ideals of Indian Politics
- Discovery of Truth Immortality
- Discover Vedic Mathematics
- Divine Messengers of Our Time The Doctrine of Recognition (Pratyabhijna Philosophy): A Rare Book
- Ganesa (Ganesha) In Medieval Nepal
- God Word Volume II - Sri Ganapati Sachchidananda Swamiji
- God Word Volume III - Sri Ganapati Sachchidananda Swamiji
- Great Saints of South India
- Guru Arjan Dev
- Illustrated History of India
- In the Mirror of Memory (Reflections on Mindfulness and remembrance in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism)
- Kalpa-Vedanga: Origin And Development
- Kathakali The Sacred Dance Drama of Malabar
- Kishkindhaa-Kaanda (Descent Four) Shree Raamachari...
- Sachitra Arati Sangraha (Text in Roman): Illustrated Throughout in Color
- Samaveda: (Sanskrit Text and Hindi Translation)
- Seven Hundred Sayings of Sachchidananda
- Shiva and Shakti in Indian Mythology
- Shiva Shakti Aaraadhanaa (Worship of Shiva and Shakti): With Roman Transliteration
- Shree Hanumaana Baahuka (With Aaratee, Sankatamochana Hanumaanaashtaka and Bajaranga Baana): Original Text, Transliteration and Translation
- Shree Satyanaaraayana Vrat Kathaa (In English & Hindi)
- Sister Nivedita A Passion for India - La Hermana Nivedita, Una pasión por la India
- Sivastotravali of Utpaladeva
- Sri Bhagavatarka Marici-Mala (A Garland of Rays from the Sunlike Srimad Bhagavatam): Transliterated Text with English Translation
- Sri Ganapati Sachchidananda Swamiji – A Glimpse (With Audio CD)
- Sri Tantralokah (Volume Three): Sanskrit Text
- Srimad Bhagavatam – Sarartha Darsini Commentary by...
- Srimannarayaneeyam with English Version of Bhaktarnjini Malayalam Commentary (In Three Volumes)
- Srimad Valmiki-Ramayana (With Sanskrit Text and English Translation) (Two Volumes)
- Studies in Indian Sculpture (Regional Genres and I...
- Sundara-Kaanda (Original Text, its Romanization En...
- Super Science of Yoga
- Teaching Tradition of Advaita Vedanta
- Temples of Trssoor District (Kerala): A Rare Book
- Temples of Palakkad District (A Big Book)
- The Early Cultural Relations of India and Iran
- The Eighty-Four Hymns of Hita Harivamsa – An Editi...
- The Goddess of Prosperity - Lakshmi
- The Himalayas and The Himalayans: A Rare Book
- The Holy Cow and Other Indian Stories
- The Krsnagiti of Manaveda (Sanskrit Text with English Translation): A Rare Book
- The Logic of Spirituality (With DVD)
- The Mandukya Upanisad And The Agama Sastra: An Investigation Into the Meaning of The Vedanta
- The Naradasmrti
- The Painted Towns of Shekhawati
- The Philosophy of the Vedanta and the Vedantasara
- The Puspasutra – A Pratisakhya of the Samaveda (In Two Volumes): Sanskrit Text with English Translation
- The Ramayana
- The Ramayana of Tulsidas (Text with English Translation in Verse)
- The Splendour of the Supreme Mother: Devi Bhagavatam (A Compact Condensed Prose Narrative)
- The Srimad Devi Bhagavatam 2 parts (bd.in 1)
- The Taittiriya Upanishad: With the Commentaries of Sri Sankaracarya, Sri Suresvaracarya and Sri Vidyaranya
- The Temple Architecture of India
- The Treasury of Good Sayings (A Tibetan History of Bon)
- Vedanga Literature (Auxiliary to the Vedas)
- Vedic Physics – Towards Unification of Quantum Mechanics & General Relativity
- Vishvavallabha (Dear to the World: The Science of Plant Life)
- Visvamitra In Vedic And Post Vedic Literature (A Rare Book)
- World Heritage Series – Mahabalipuram
- Purana Purusha - Yogiraj Sri Shama Churn Lahiree
- World Heritage Series – Old Goa
- The Brahmanda Purana: 5 Volumes (Ancient Indian Tradition & Mythology Volume-22-26)
- BRAHMA PURANA: 4 Parts (Ancient Indian Tradition a...
- The Ganesa Purana (Sanskrit Only)
- THE GARUDA-PURANA: 3 Volumes (Ancient Indian Tradition and Mythology)
- THE PADMA PURANA (English Translation in Ten Volu...
- The Siva (Shiva) Purana (English Translation) 4 Vo...
- The Skanda-Purana: (English Translation in 22 Volumes)
- THE VARAHA PURANA: 2 Parts (Ancient Indian Tradition and Mythology Series, Vol. 31-32)
- THE VAYU PURANA: 2 Parts (Ancient Indian Tradition & Mythology Vol. 37-38)
- The Visnu (Vishnu) Purana: A System of Hindu Mytho...
Glimpses of a Golden Childhood: The Rebellious Childhood of a Great Enlightened One
Código del Artículo: IHL063
por OshoHardcover (Edición: 2008)
Tamaño: 8.5 Inch X 7.5 Inch
Weight of the Book: 1.310 Kg
Precio: Euro 38.12
This is a very special volume because rather than responding to questions and sutras, Osho is simply sharing his enlightened consciousness as he recalls his rebellious and mischievous childhood through fascinating, entertaining and inspiring stories. This edition also includes many beautiful, rare, and intimate photos of the ordinary daily activities of an enlightened mystic.
“My childhood was certainly golden – not a symbol, absolutely golden; not poetically, but literally, factually.”
From the Jacket
“My Nani was ready to go to any length just to help me experience myself. The way to know is to experience for yourself; it is not too be told. That’s where parents become nauseating; they are continuously telling you. A child is a rebirth of godliness. He should be respected, and he should be given every opportunity to grow, and to be – not according to his own potential.”
Osho is one to the most provocative mystics of our time and inspires millions of people worldwide in their individual search for meditation and transformation amidst the everyday challenges of contemporary life.
His proposal that we celebrate the whole of our humanity – both our inner and outer worlds – encompasses both the timeless wisdom of the East and the highest potential of Western science and technology.
The obedient child is praised by his parents, by his teachers, by everybody; and the playful child is condemned. His playfulness may be absolutely harmless, but he is condemned because there is potentially a danger of rebellion. If the child goes on growing with full freedom to be playful, he will turn out to be a rebel. He will not be easily enslaved; he will not be easily put into armies to destroy people, or to be destroyed himself.
The rebellious child will turn out to be a rebellious youth. Then you cannot force marriage on him then you cannot force him into a particular job; then the child cannot be forced to fulfill the unfulfilled desires and longings of the parents. The rebellious youth will go his own way. He will live his life according to his own innermost desires – not according to somebody else’s ideals.
The rebel is basically natural. The obedient child is almost dead; hence the parents are very happy, because he is always under control.
Man is strangely sick: he wants to control people – in controlling people your ego is fulfilled, you are somebody special – and he himself also wants to be controlled, because by being controlled you are no longer responsible. For all these reasons, playfulness is stifled, crushed from the very beginning.
You are asking, “There is a beautiful small boy within me, whom I have neglected for a long time. This small boy is playful, curious, and ecstatic – but most of the time I do not allow him to lose control.” What is the fear? The fear is implanted by others: always remain in control, always remain disciplined, always respect those who are older then you. Always follow the priest, the parents, the teachers – they know what is right for you. Your nature is never allowed to have its say.
Slowly, slowly you start carrying a dead child within yourself. This dead child within you destroys your sense of humor: you cannot laugh with your total heart, you cannot play, you cannot enjoy the small things of life. You become so serious that your life, rather then expanding, starts shrinking.
I have always wondered why Christianity has become the world’s greatest religion. Again and again I have come to the conclusion that it is because of the cross and the crucified Jesus to be similarity between them selves and Jesus on the cross. Its seriousness, its sadness, has been the reason that Christianity has spread more than any other religion.
I would like our churches and temples, our mosques, our synagogues to become non-serious, more playful, full of laughter and joy. That would bring to humanity a more healthy, wholesome, integrated soul.
Osho defies categorization, reflecting everything from the individual quest for meaning to the most urgent social and political issues facing society today. His books are not written but are transcribed from recordings of extemporaneous talks given over a period of thirty-five years. Osho has been described by The Sunday Times in London as one of the “1000 Makes of the 20th Century” and by Sunday Mid – Day in India as one of the ten people – along with Gandhi, Nehru and Buddha – who have changed the destiny of India.
Osho has a stated aim of helping to create the conditions for the birth of a new kind of human being, characterized as “Zorba the Buddha” – one whose feet are firmly on the ground, yet whose hands can touch the stars. Running like a thread through all aspects of Osho is a vision that encompasses both the timeless wisdom of the East and the highest potential of Western science and technology.
He is synonymous with a revolutionary contribution to the science of inner transformation and an approach to meditation which specifically addresses the accelerated pace of contemporary life. The unique OSHO Active meditations are designed to allow the release of accumulated stress in the body and mind so that it is easier to be still and experience the thought – Free State of meditation.
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New Additions for March 2011
Wood Carvings from South India
Lord Venkateshavara of Tirupati; Gajendra Moksha; Fluting Krishna and Ganapati Dancing on His Rat.
Five Headed Standing Ganesha; Goddess Saraswati with Aureole; Three Headed Ganapati; Five-Headed Hanuman and Goddess Lakshmi.
A Fine Statue of Patanjali; Lord Ganesha with Umbrella; Dancing Radha Krishna; Rati the Goddess of Love and Krishna with a Cow.
Nandi - The Mount of Lord Shiva; Mask of Shri Ganesha and a Typical Peacock from South India.
An awesome Batik of Vishnu Lakshmi on Garuda; Shiva and His Family on a Cold Winter Night (A Large Piece); Om framed in petals; Jagaddhatri, Mother of the World; Gajalakshmi; Maa Durga an a Lissome Village Belle with her water pitcher.
This New Section includes Ethnic Indian Footwear for both women and men.
Jootis, Sandals and Slippers, all embellished with beads, embroidery, mirrors and threads.
|Black and Golden Sindhi Jooti for Men||Pink Mojari Jooti from Jodhpur with Hand-Embroidered Paisleys|
|Black Sandals with Beadwork||Osho Chappals with Green Velvet|
Thangka Paintings from Nepal
Dancing Yogini with Damaru; Guru Padmasambhava; Achalanatha; The Wheel of Life; Five Mandalas; Life of Buddha; Goddess Green Tara; Four Armed Lokeshwara; Shri Ganesha in black and white; Mahakala Panjaranatha and Medicine Buddha against a backdrop of various herbs used in Tibetan Medicine.
A Fine sculpture of Meerabai engrossed in her bhajans; Standing Goddess Saraswati; Lord Narasimha with Lakshmi Ji; Dancing Ardhanrishvara; Goddess Lakshmi and Seated Lord Vishnu.
Wall Hanging of Gita Upadesha; Shirdi Sai Baba; Lord Ganesha Seated in Traditional Indian Style; Lord Krishna Temple and Great Triad of Lakshmi, Ganesha and Saraswati.
Dashavatara (Set of Ten Sculptures); Lord Venkateshvara; Bharat Mata; Mother Kali; Radha Ji with a Garland of Flowers; A Fine Sculpture of Goddess Durga and Lord Ganesha against the Backdrop of OM.
Kalamkari Paintings from Andhra Pradesh
An Ornate Peacock Pair; Lord Surya on His Seven Horse Chariot; Mother Goddess Durga; Shiva Parvati Seated on Nandi with Ganesha; Ashta Lakshmi - The Eight Forms of Goddess Lakshmi; Lord Hanuman in the Court of Ravana; A Landscape of Animals; Krishna's Gita Upadesha to Arjuna and Dashavatara - The Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu.
A Total of Thirty New Saris.
|Turquoise and Blue Kanjivaram Sari with Golden Zari Weave||Green and Black Sambhalpuri Ikat Sari from Orissa||Carmine Jamdani Sari from Banaras with Woven Paisleys All-Over ||Light-Blue Chanderi Sari Hand-woven in Madhya Pradesh|
|Green and Black Batik Sari from Kolkata||Awesome Ivory Sari from Mysore with Sequins and Intricately |
|Royal Blue Sari with Parsi Embroidered Border|
From the artist N Harichandan of Orissa, there are six different paintings, showing the definite , sustaining relationship between the human species, especially the female of the same, with nature.
Fifteen Large Sculptures in Wood, plus a Big Brass Nataraja.
Goddess Saraswati in a Beautiful Landscape; Ardhanrishvara and Lord Shiva with His Family on a Dark Night.
Ladies' Tops and Skirts
|Beautiful Tops Printed with Sensuous Ladies||Smart and Chic Jackets from Kashmir||Long Silk Jackets||Chikan Embroidered Kurtis with Stole from Lucknow|
|Wrap-On Printed Skirts||Layered Reversible Jackets from Rajasthan||Kurti from Bihar with Hand-Painted Madhubani Patchwork||Brocaded Jackets from Sikkim|
A Set of Three Paintings using black and gold, depicting a variety of courtesans. Also a Fine Painting by Kailash Raj showing a prince enjoying with six women in a boat.
A Smooth statue of Lord Buddha carved in South India; Buddha Head with Snail-Like Curls; Lissome Buddhas in Various Mudras (In Wood); Laughing Buddha and also a Japanese Standing Buddha.
Four New Paintings, showing Embossed Jewelry and Lord Ganesha Framed in a Lattice.
Five Wick Hand-Held Lamp; Deity Throne; Peacock Incense Burner and Conch with Goddess Durga, Saraswati, Lakshmi and Ganesha.
The Navagraha Yantra
Paintings from South India
An Ashta Lakshmi Panel from Mysore.
|Kurtis marked with Shri Ram!||Om Namah Shivai Prayer Shawls||Sari Showing an Episode from the Mahabharata|
A Battle Scene from the Akbarnama; A Meeting with Sadhus and War Elephants Colliding in Battle.
Large Cuff Bangles
Yin Yang Rings
Tibetan OM Jewelry
are some of the new additions this month
Take your pick...
Thirty New Rings set with Cabochons and Faceted Gemstones.
A large Surya Pendant
Inlay OM Earrings, and
A huge variety of picture pendants.
The largest collection ever. The total number of bracelets now exceeds 650.
A Galaxy of Beaded Necklaces; Collars and Chains.
More than a 1000 pieces on display, covering nearly all the major gemstones
and their combinations.
Yantras, Mantras and Chakras set as Pendants. Also Mahavidya Based Jewelry.
A Necklace made up of 'fruity' beads and and a Meenakari Pendant with
Tri-Color Polki Bangle with Faux Kundan.
Cabochons of Sponge Coral
Lapis Lazuli Mridangams with Silver Caps
Plus an Array of Gemstone Chips.
Amrtabindu Upanisad: Sanskrit Text, Transliteration, Word-to-word Meaning, English Translation and Detailed Commentary
Two Saiva Teachers of the Sixteenth Century Nigamajnana I and His Disciple Nigamajnana II
The Pancavaranastava of Aghorasivacarya
Visnutattvavinirnaya of Anandatirtha: A Critical Evaluation
From Vasubandhu to Caitanya (Studies in Indian Philosophy and Its Textual History)
Exalting Elucidations of His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Abhinava Vidyatheertha Mahaswamigal and Sri Suktam: Sanskrit Text, Word-to-Word Meaning, English Translation, Explanation and Transliteration
Rgveda with Four Commentaries
Sri Mukundamala (Sanskrit Text with English Translation)
South Indian Festivities
How God Came Into My Life
Vedanta in Action
Mahayogi - Life, Sadhana & Teachings of Sri Aurobindo
A Glimpse on Vedic Concepts
Sri Venkateswara Swamy Tirumala (Worship, Utsavams and Festivals)
A Study of Jayadeva's Gitagovinda (Original Sanskrit Text with English Translation)
Erase The Ego by Sri Ramana Maharshi
Sri Ramakrishna's Physician Dr. Mahendralal Sarkar - His Life & Thoughts
Sri Ramanuja - Life and Philosophy
The Maitrayani Samhita Its Ritual And Language and The Studies In The Aranyakas
Atharvaveda (Saunaka) with The Pada-patha and Sayanacarya's Commentary (In Five Volumes)
Rig Veda Samhita Mandala - 1: Part One (Sukta-s 1-50)
Shiva Kathamrita (The Nectar of Siva's Stories)
The Stories of Krishna - Part One
(An Introductory Sanskrit Course for Children)
Sri Sri Satchidanandendra Saraswathi (Life History &
His Contributions To Shankar Vedanta)
Studies on The Siksas and the Pratisakhyas
Light on the Vedantic Method According to Sankara
The Greatness of Sringeri
Satvata Samhita - Sanskrit Text with English Translation
Sribhasyam - Sarirakamimamsabhasyam: Work of Bhagavan Ramanuja
(Four Big Volumes)
Vedanta or the Science of Reality and Musings on Yoga Vasistha (Five Volumes).
Taittiriya Samhita (With the Padapatha and the Commentaries of Bhatta Bhaskara Misra and Sayanacarya in Nine Volumes)
Agnihotra - The Vedic Solution for Present-Day Problems (A Rare Book)
Understanding the Vedas
Yajnayudhani: An Album of Sacrificial Utensils, With Descriptive Notes
Essays on Vedanta
Narada's Aphorisms On Bhakti (Sanskrit Text with English Translation)
Philosophy & Theistic Mysticism of the Alvars
The Philosophy of Visistadvaita Vedanta (A Study Based on Vedanta Desika's Adhikarana-Saravali) and Shri Shankaracharya's Commentary on the Bhagavad Gita, Brahma Sutras and the Upanishads.
Alternative Medicine Bookstore
How to Prevent Common Diseases
Ayurveda - A Life of Balance
Bala Veda: Pediatrics & Ayurveda
Yogaratnakara: A Complete Treatise on Ayurveda in Two Volumes (Sanskrit Text with English Translation)
The Way of Ayurvedic Herbs
A Text Book of History of Ayurveda and Lohasarvasvam of Suresvara.
A Couple of titles from the Norbulingka Institute:
Cho Yang:The Voice of Tibetan Religion & Culture
Preserving Tibetan Culture (An Introduction to the Institute)
Buddha (His Life, His Doctrine, His Order)
The Way of Living and My Life My Culture - Dr Lobsang Wangyal (Personal Physician to the Dalai Lama).
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