Tattvaloka has been in the forefront of disseminating truth and real values from the Upanishads and ancient wisdom for close to 40 years. Its contents have been a showcase of Indian culture and values, with articles on epics, Upanishads, sages, yoga, meditation practices and spiritual values for developing a healthy lifestyle.
As a family magazine, Tattvaloka is receiving wide appreciation for inspiring readers in every age group of the household.
,; We are pleased to bring in this volume a collection of some of the best articles that have appearedin the magazine over the past 35 years. Among them are the one by Sringeri Jagadguru Bharati Tirtha
Mahaswamiji on the role of the Guru, an educative piece by his well-loved predecessor Abhinava Vidyatheertha Mahaswamigal on hints for successful meditation, on Gqyatri Raha.rya ofJnanesvar, the famed saint of Maharashtra, and on meditation on the pranava mantra Om by the erudite Vedicteacher Swami Paramarthananda.
There is an article by an eminent.overseas writer Gerald Heard on What Vedanta Means to Me, another one on the significance of Sudarsana Chakra and a few articles on core management values culled from our ancient wisdom for today's managers.
We believe that the writings, carefully chosen from the vast list of articles that has appeared over the relevant period, throw light on the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of the country, and provide knowledge on self-improvement and techniques for leading a stress-free life.
We are sure the compendium will be cherished by the readers for the enduring values of its contents and the remarkable insights the authors seek to provide that are relevant for modern times.
Tattvaloka will continue its mission with the strong belief that by the grace of Goddess Sharada and the blessings of Their Holinesses, the spiritual fervour will spread ever-farther and attract more seekers from our timeless values and exemplary traditions.
Children’s Books (51)
Brahma Sutras (85)
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