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Mitología Hindú
Author: Sister Nivedita
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1986496872
Pages: 344
Year: 2018-03-20
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La mitología hindú, una de las más antiguas del mundo, es a menudo es tan desconocida como fascinante para el lector occidental. Con una tradición oral que se remonta a más de cinco mil años, los mitos y leyendas del hinduismo son probablemente unos de los más ricos y variados de todos cuantos se han desarrollado, y su religión cuenta con uno de los panteones más diversos y variados. Precisamente, por la enorme cantidad de dioses (más de dos mil, y miles héroes y leyendas), a veces puede resultar confuso adentrarse en este mundo fascinante. En este volumen se presenta un riguroso, completo y bien trazado ensayo en el que poder atisbar la grandeza de los mitos indios. En este volumen, además de los dos textos más representativosa de la mitología hindú el RAMAYANA y el MAHABHARATA, también encontraremos muchas otras leyendas e historias protagonizadas por los héroes y dioses hindúes. También hay capítulos acerca de las figuras más relevantes del panteón hindú, como Krishna, o Shiva, y la aparición de Buda, todo ello presentado de una forma ordenada y de fácil acceso al lector. De la mano de la estudiosa anglo-india Sister Nivedita, que fue una de las primeras en popularizar la cultura hindú en Inglaterra, nos adentramos en los misterios y belleza de una de las mitologías más hermosas. * Sister Nivedita (nacida como Margaret Elizabeth Noble, 1867-1911), fue una escritora, y activista anglo-india, que desarrolló gran parte de su actividad en la India colonial británica de principios del siglo XX. Discípula del maestro hindú Swami Vivekananda y amiga de R. Tagore, desde 1895 vivió en la India, convirtiéndose en una referencia en el activismo para la liberación del país. También viajó por el país y estudió la religión hindú y budista, sobre las que escribiría más de una docena de ensayos, que fueron acogidos con gran éxito en su patria natal, antes de su prematura muerte a los 43 años.
Mitología Hindú
Author: Devdutt Pattanaik
Publisher: Editorial Kier
ISBN: 9501703886
Pages: 224
Year: 2005-04-22
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Más allá de El secreto
Author: Brenda Barnaby
Publisher: Ediciones Robinbook
ISBN: 8479279184
Pages: 182
Year: 2007
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Inspirational and rousing, this examination reveals all of the keys to Rhonda Byrne’s bestselling The Secret, explaining how to access a path of self-improvement and reach higher levels of success and well-being through a more adequate understanding of mental power. Inspiradora y evocadora, esta investigación desvela las claves del aclamado mensaje de Rhonda Byrne en El Secreto, explicando como acceder a una vía de superación personal y alcanzar mayores cotas de éxito y bienestar gracias a un conocimiento adecuado de poder mental.
El libro secreto del dragón
Author: Alex Muniente Mane
Publisher: Maikalili Ediciones
ISBN: 8496036499
Pages: 132
Year: 2004-07-29
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The Jedi in the Lotus
Author: Steven Rosen
Publisher: Arktos
ISBN: 1907166114
Pages: 188
Year: 2010
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The Jedi in the Lotus is the first-ever examination of the Star Wars universe from a Hindu perspective, illuminating many hitherto undiscovered aspects of the background and meaning of the widely acclaimed film series. We are shown how its creators were influenced by the famed mythologist, Joseph Campbell, whose reading of the ancient Indian Epics, the Ramayana and Mahabharata, can be seen throughout the Star Wars films. This book also demonstrates how the metaphysical understanding of the Jedi Knights and the divinity conceived of as 'the Force' have resonances with teachings passed down by Hindu gurus and mystics for centuries, and how fantastic worlds and technology similar to that of the Star Wars universe were described in myths that are millennia old - and may even have had some basis in reality. Finally, The Jedi in the Lotus shows us how the Hindu traditions at the basis of Star Wars offer an alternative vision to the purely materialistic, soulless world of modernity. Steven J. Rosen (Satyaraja Dasa) is an initiated disciple of His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. He is also founding editor of the Journal of Vaishnava Studies and associate editor of Back to Godhead. He has published twenty-one books in numerous languages, including the recent Essential Hinduism (Rowman & Littlefield, 2008); The Yoga of Kirtan: Conversations on the Sacred Art of Chanting (FOLK Books, 2008); and Krishna's Other Song: A New Look at the Uddhava Gita (Praeger-Greenwood, 2010). 'In conclusion, I can only say that The Jedi in the Lotus is a breakthrough book when it comes to understanding the mythic depth of the Star Wars epics. Steven J. Rosen uses his masterful grasp of the Eastern traditions to explain the secrets of the most successful film series ever. This book also shows us why Joseph Campbell loved the wisdom tales from India, and, for those who found the Star Wars adventures memorable, this is a truly illuminating book.' - Dr. Jonathan Young, from the Foreword
Indian Mythology
Author: Devdutt Pattanaik
Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co
ISBN: 0892818700
Pages: 216
Year: 2003-04-24
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An exploration of 99 classic myths of India provides a fresh understanding of the Hindu spiritual landscapes and pantheon of gods and goddesses. Two 16-page color inserts.
The Whole Movement of Life Is Learning
Author: Jiddu Krishnamurti
Publisher:
ISBN: 3981076494
Pages: 226
Year: 2015-07-30
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"Our modern society is based on greed, envy and power. When you consider all this as it actually is, this overpowering commercialism indicates degeneration and basic immorality. We are destroying the earth and all the things on it for our gratification. To radically change this pattern of our life, which is the basis of all society, is the educator's responsibility." Written over a period of fifteen years, Krishnamurti's letters to his schools contain the essence of his teachings. Krishnamurti aims at making the reader understand the way he thinks, how all of us are influenced, moulded to conform to a pattern and free him from the limitations of his mind. Education is to unfold the full human potential.
The Mahabharatha
Author: Samhita Arni
Publisher: Tara Publishing
ISBN: 8186211705
Pages: 116
Year: 2004-09-15
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Presents the Indian epic tale of an ancient patriarch who cannot decide on an heir to the throne, which leads to war.
The Rtusamhara Of Kalidasa
Author: Kalidasa
Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publishe
ISBN: 8120800311
Pages: 170
Year: 1996-12-31
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By ekah of course is meant Kalida'sa, the author of Abhijna'nas'akuntala, Raghuwamsa, etc., and it is him we are here concerned with. Of his personal history very little is definitely known. The name itself signifies 'a servant of the goddess Durga' it is probable that like so many other names it was bestowed without any reference to its original signification. But on it is based a tradition which represents him to have been an illiterate person, till by the favour of the goddess he suddenly found himself endowed with the poetic gift. Ka'li-da'sa is curiously reticent about himself in his works; nor are any records of him by other hands now available. Whatever we can say about his life is based on external and secondary sources and must necessarily remain a matter of more or less guess-work. His birth-place was probably somewhere in Malwa and from his glowing description of Ujjayini it would appear that he was a resident of that city. Legends are current about his having been a court-poet of King Vikramaditya, (a matter to which we shall refer further on); and his works, it is true, show considerable acquaintance with court life. He was a Bra'hmana by caste and a devout worshipper of Siva, though by no means a narrow-minded sectarian. He seems to have travelled a great deal throughout India; his graphic description of the Himalayan scenes reads very much like that of an eye-witness.
MYTHS OF THE HINDUS AND BUDDHISTS
Author: SISTER NIVEDITA, SNANDA K. COOMARASWAMY
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages:
Year: 1914
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Mahabharata: A Modern Retelling
Author: Carole Satyamurti
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393246450
Pages: 1200
Year: 2015-03-16
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“Astonishing. . . . [Satyamurti’s Mahabharata] brings [the] past alive . . . as though it were a novel in finely crafted verse.”—Vinay Dharwadker Originally composed approximately two thousand years ago, the Mahabharata tells the story of a royal dynasty, descended from gods, whose feud over their kingdom results in a devastating war. But it contains much more than conflict. An epic masterpiece of huge sweep and magisterial power, “a hundred times more interesting” than the Iliad and the Odyssey, writes Wendy Doniger in the introduction, the Mahabharata is a timeless work that evokes a world of myth, passion, and warfare while exploring eternal questions of duty, love, and spiritual freedom. A seminal Hindu text, which includes the Bhagavad Gita, it is also one of the most important and influential works in the history of world civilization. Innovatively composed in blank verse rather than prose, Carole Satyamurti’s English retelling covers all eighteen books of the Mahabharata. This new version masterfully captures the beauty, excitement, and profundity of the original Sanskrit poem as well as its magnificent architecture and extraordinary scope.
Chitra
Author: Rabindranath Tagore
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 85
Year: 1914
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The Book of the Damned
Author: Charles Fort
Publisher: Baen Publishing Enterprises
ISBN: 1625792719
Pages: 194
Year: 2014-01-09
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Features an introductory essay by Jack WomackLo! Welcome to the worlds of Charles Fort, chronicler of the odd, the weird, the strange, the unexpected, and the inexplicable. In words at times as beautiful as anything ever written in English, Fort reveals the marvels of an age, questions the nature of what we think we know for certain, and provides the reader with leads on how not to be fooled by shaggy dog stories. Here youll find rains of the unexpected, fish, snakes, and other items from the _super-Sargasso seaÓ of the unexplained that circles the Earth. Here are accounts of UFOs, accounts of odd animals seen at sea or on land, mysterious attacks by what appear to have been animals, mysterious appearances of things and people in places they could not be. Here Forts epic account of spontaneous combustion, lights in the sky, poltergeists, unseen. murderous wild animals, mysterious disappearances, manifestations of psychotic mania, speaking in tongues¾and, of course, the cow that gave birth to two lambs. All of this Fortean wonder is prefaced by a magnificent new introductory essay by Jack Womack, winner of the Philip K. Dick Award and lifetime Fortean. This Ebook is part of the Baen Books Charles Fort Ebook Collection At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management).
One Soul, Many Lives
Author: Roy Stemman
Publisher: Ulysses Press
ISBN: 1569754691
Pages: 234
Year: 2005
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Working as a journalist for metaphysical publications for more than three decades, author Roy Stemman has investigated the most heralded occurrences of reincarnation. InOne Soul, Many Lives, he brings together an impressive body of physical evidence and a fascinating collection of accounts he has gathered from interviewing people all over the world. In case after case,One Soul, Many Lives engages the reader with the remarkable story of someone who believes he has lived before. In addition to testimony by reputable and trustworthy individuals,One Soul, Many Lives draws heavily on the work of eminent scientists to authenticate its compelling stories. The evidence supporting the stories includes a young boy with scars on his head that precisely match the autopsy of the murdered man he believes he was in a former life; individuals whose illnesses and phobias can be traced back to a past life and healed; and people who can speak a foreign language fluently during regression.
Cradle Tales of Hinduism
Author: Sister Nivedita
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 343
Year: 1907
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