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Nine Tandirams of the Tirumandiram"Nine Tandirams on the Tirumandiram"

 

 

The First Edition of the Tirumandiram in 10 volumes is now sold out.  A Second Edition of the Tirumandiram will be available at the same price by May 2013. If you order it now you will receive it in May.

The Tirumandiram, by Siddha Tirumular is a sacred, monumental work of philosophical and spiritual wisdom rendered in verse form. Encyclopedic in its vast scope, and written nearly 2,000 years ago., it is one of India’s greatest texts, a spiritual treasure-trove, a Sastra containing astonishing insight. It is a seminal work and is the first treatise in Tamil that deals with different aspects of Yoga, Tantra and Saiva Siddhantha.

It took five years and a team of scholars to translate each of its more than 3,000 verses and to write extensive commentaries about them, in nine volumes, known as tandirams. Each verse includes the original Tamil language script, its transliteration in Roman characters, its English translation and a commentary elucidating the meaning of each verse.. The tenth volume contains presentations from two philosophical schools of Saiva Siddhanta, a glossary, a select bibliography and index.. It includes 3,770 pages in total.

Tandirams 1, 2 and 3 - Translated by Sri T.V. Venkataraman
Tandiram 4 - Translated by Dr T.N. Ramachandran
Tandiram 5 - Translated by Dr K.R. Arumugam
Tandiram 7 - Translated by Dr P.S. Somasundaram
Tandiram 8 - Translated by Dr S.N. Kandasamy
Tandirams 6 & 9 - Translated by Dr T.N. Ganapathy
Tenth Volume - Glossary & Select Bibliography by Dr T.N. Ganapathy
- and index by Dr Ramesh Babus.

Dr. T.N. Ganapathy, Marshall. Govindan, Jan Ahlund and Chris Brod have served as its editors, adding commentary from their yogic experiences.

“The poems of Tirumular abound in technical terms conveying mystical experience. The symbolic, twilight language of the Siddhas has the advantage of precision, concentration, secrecy, mystery, and esoteric significance in that the symbols, at the hands of the Siddhas, become a form of artistic expression of the inexpressible. The use of the symbolic language is not merely a protection against profaning the sacred by the ignorant, but also suggests that language, however enriched, is incapable of expressing the highest experience of the spirit. Indeed, language is but a broken lamp. In Sufi terminology, any attempt to convey the inner meaning of one’s spiritual experiences in conventional language is like “sending a kiss to the beloved by a messenger.” In short, the twilight language of the Siddhas is, in essence, profoundly mystical in nature and contains a “numinous aura” and existential revelations for the man who deciphers their message.” The essential difficulty is that to understand the twilight language requires a total hermeneutic of reading, an awareness, in fact, of the total religious and philosophical structures that infuse it. It also requires one to enter deep states of meditation wherein the verse serves as a key that reveals a higher meaning to the initiate.” (from “The Yoga of Boganathar,” volume 1, by Dr. T.N. Ganapathy, page 12) To enable the reader to fulfill this requirement has indeed been the objective of this new translation and commentary.

In addition the work contains two enlightened discourses in the final volume, by the late Swami Subramaniam of Hawaii, and T.N. Arunachalam, from the two sides of the debate within Saiva Siddhanta: Tirumular’s monistic theism versus Meykandar’s pluralistic realism.. The translation and commentary has sought to avoid bias towards either of these perspectives, but rather to elucidate the work itself, making it useful to everyone regardless of their background.

Please read the attached article, “A Mystical Masterpiece is Unearthed,” about our new publication of the Tirumandiram, reproduced from the acclaimed magazine « Hinduism Today » and published in July 2010. Link to Hinduism Today Magazine

Read the book review by Georg Feuerstein

“For more information on the Tirumandiram, Tirumular, and our related publications, visit www.tirumandiram.net

The discounted price for individuals is Rs. 2,000/- plus Rs. 500 for shipping. Orders from Retailers and Distributors the price is Rs. 4,000. Retailers must also pay the shipping charge of Rs. 500.

 

 

KAILASH: In Quest of the Self      RS.300/-

By Swami Vedananda, this is a rare, spiritual adventure story by one dedicated monk who walked on foot over 300 miles through the mountains of India, Nepal and Tibet to Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar, the abode of the gods on earth quot.

Swami Vedananda gives us a vivid and honest portrayal of the physical, psychological and spiritual challenges which he had to overcome on this very difficult pilgrimage. He shares with us the insights that guided and prodded him on, and the extraordinary visions, experiences and profound teachings given to him by remarkable yogis, saints and gods, including a 700 hundred year old Siddha.

Swamiji grants us access to his meditations. Numerous photographs and a map show us his way. This book can be read on several levels. It is full of blessings.

 

 

THE GRACE OF BABAJI’S KRIYA YOGA: A CORRESPONDENCE COURSE       RS.1008/-

(18-24 pages monthly (12 issues), shipping and mailing included within India, VPP not available) 1st year & 2nd year

Babaji’s Kriya Yoga offers to initiated and non-initiated students of Yoga a monthly correspondence course which is designed to deepen your understanding of the principles and practices of Yoga. The course is designed to widen our perspective of our practice at all levels physically, vitally, mentally and spiritually. It introduces the right use of will to change the course of your life. In so doing it will help us to understand how we practice Babaji’s Kriya Yoga not only for our own benefit but also for the benefit of our families, friends and benefit of the world at large. Our practice of Hatha Yoga, Pranayama, Meditation and Mantra Japa takes us to the Self. This correspondence course is such an instrument, it is a time to begin a process of sharing Grace and Love. For one year, you will receive by mail, each month, (12 issues) a course of 18-24 page developing a specific theme, which builds on each other. The 12 lessons: 1. Grace & Living a Graceful Life 2. Relationships: Walking the Path with Others 3. The Power of the Mind. 4. Emotions: Our Adversary, our Friend 5. The Subtleties of Prana 6. A Course of Meditation 7. Awareness: It is really All we Have 8. Definite Methods, Tangible Results 9. Yamas: Understanding and practicing the Power of Restraint 10. Transcending Conditioning through Discernment 11. Tapas: Bringing Intensity to our Practice 12. Kriya Yoga, a Guru Yoga Lineage.

We invite you to join us in this adventure of Self-exploration and discovery. You can begin this course at any time. You will be encouraged to send us your questions, comments and insights as part of this process to: thegracecourse@babajiskriyayoga.net

 

 

THE WISDOM OF JESUS AND THE YOGA SIDDHAS by M. Govindan       Rs. 350/-

Who was Jesus? One of the most influential human beings of all times? The founder of Christianity? A messiah or savior sent by God to redeem humanity of its sins? What were His teachings? Is our knowledge of Jesus limited to what is recorded in the Bible? What has modern historical research to say about what Jesus did and taught? "What were the original teachings of Jesus, before the Christian religion became organized?"

With the discovery of many new source documents in the Sinai Desert and near the Dead Sea, and with the advent of modern methods of textual analysis by scholars who are independent of institutional bias, today most Biblical scholars will agree that the books of the Bible's New Testament are written at several levels of authenticity:

· What were likely the actual words of Jesus, quoted in the gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke, but recorded several decades afterwards.
· What were likely interpolations - words attributed to Jesus by unknown sources.
· What was said about Jesus or about His teachings by others, for example, Paul in his "letters," which make up most of the rest of the New Testament, and which served as the basis for early Church dogma.

More recently, the research of the Yoga Siddha Research Centre in Chennai, India, has brought out a series of books providing, for the first time, translation and commentary of the Yoga Siddhas, or "perfected" Yogis of India, who were contemporaries of Jesus. Their teachings and miraculous powers were remarkably similar to those of Jesus.

 

 

BABAJI & THE 18 SIDDHA KRIYA YOGA TRADITION by M. Govindan       Rs. 200/-

The first authoritative biography of Babaji, the immortal master made famous by Yogananda’s Autobiography of a Yogi, an all-time best seller. Babaji lives today near Badrinath, his body has not aged since the age of sixteen, when centuries ago he attained the supreme state of enlightenment and divine transformation. This followed his initiation into the scientific art of Kriya Yoga by two deathless masters, the Siddhas Agastyar and Boganathar, who belonged to the “18 Siddha Tradition”, famous among southern India. This rare account, by a longtime disciple, reveals their little known life stories, ancient culture and present mission, as well as how their Kriya Yoga can be used to bring about the integration of the material and spiritual dimensions of life. Clear explanations of the psychophysiological effects of Kriya Yoga and guidelines for its practice are given. It includes verses from the Siddhas’ writings with commentary. A book, which will inspire you. Available in English, Tamil or Hindi

 

 

KRIYA YOGA SUTRAS OF PATANJALI AND THE SIDDHAS by M. Govindan       Rs.180/-

Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras are universally considered to be among the two or three most important texts in the field of yoga. Patanjali refers to his yoga as “Kriya Yoga”: the “yoga of action with awareness”. Until now, commentators have treated it as a philosophical reference, and have largely ignored its implications for yogic practice. They have also ignored the fact that it is also an esoteric work, and that only initiates, with sufficient prior experience, can grasp its deeper meaning. This new translation and commentary provides a practical guide to Self-realization or enlightenment. It clearly explains how to apply Patanjali’s profound philosophical teachings in everyday life, in any situation with a unique “practice” section after each verse’s commentary. When one practices the techniques of Kriya Yoga, it is like driving a powerful automobile. But without a roadmap, most students are “stuck in traffic” or at “dead ends.” Now for the first time, there is a clear roadmap to guide the student to remarkable destinations. “ M. Govindan’s Kriya Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and the Siddhars is a valuable addition to the study of Yoga in general and the Yoga-Sutra in particular. I can wholeheartedly recommend it. In particular, the growing number of students of Kriya Yoga throughout the world will find his treatment indispensable, but others will benefit from it.” From the foreword by Georg Feuerstein, Ph.D., author of The Sutras of Patanjali and the Encyclopedia of Yoga. Available in English or Tamil

 

 

THE VOICE OF BABAJI: A TRILOGY ON KRIYA YOGA by V.T.Neelakantan,
S.A.A. Ramaiah and Babaji Nagaraj       Rs. 650/-

Sri V.T. Neelakantan recorded verbatim a series of talks given by Satguru Kriya Babaji in 1953. These are a fountain of delight and inspiration, illuminating the Kriya Yoga path towards God realization, unity in diversity and universal love. They also reveal the magnetic personality of Babaji and how he supports us all, with much humour and wisdom. They were originally printed in three volumes: "The Voice of Babaji and Mysticism Unlocked," "Babaji's Masterkey to All Ills, (Kriya)" and "Babaji's Death of Death (Kriya)." Includes the fascinating accounts of the meetings with Babaji in Madras and in the Himalayas by authors V.T. Neelakantan and Yogi S.A.A. Ramaiah. Out of print for nearly 50 years, they are profound and important statements from one of the world's greatest living spiritual masters. “Marshall Govindan, Le Kriya Yoga et les éditions du Babaji Inc., Babajis’Kriya Yoga Order of Acharyas do hereby apologize for the infringement of the rights of Yogi S.A.A. Ramaiah, the Arizona Babaji Yoga Sangam Inc. and the Canadian Babaji Yoga Society in the work The Voice of Babaji” made of three books named “Voice of Babaji and Mysticism Unlocked”, “Babaji’s Masterkey to all Ills” and “Babaji’s Death of Death” We hereby acknowledge that Yogi S.A.A. Ramaiah, the Arizona Babaji Yoga Sangam Inc. and the Canadian Babaji Yoga Society has never given their permission to edit, publish, copy, reproduce, distribute print, sale, bind, commercialize the infringing copies of the work. We hereby acknowledge that the edition, publication and sale of the infringing copies of the work which were carried out by The Voice of Babaji” made of three books named “Voice of Babaji and Mysticism Unlocked”, “Babaji’s Masterkey to all Ills” and “Babaji’s Death of Death was made without permission and against Yogi S.A.A. Ramaiah’s wishes” "On September 8, 2009, permission was granted by Canadian Babaji Yoga Society, Inc. and Arizona Babaji Yoga Sangam, Inc. to the Publisher to do so." Permission to publish these was also granted in 2009 by the VTN Foundation, a charitable trust established by the heirs of V.T. Neelakantan. Available in English or Tamil

 

 

THE YOGA OF SIDDHA BOGANATHAR VOLUME 1 by T.N. Ganapathy, Ph.D.       Rs. 250/-

(350 pgs., includes Tamil verses, transliteration, translation, commentary, notes, glossary, 11 appendixes, bibliography, index)

Boganathar was the Siddha guru of Kriya Babaji Nagaraj, the famed Himalayan master, of whom much has been written. Boganathar lived an extremely long life through the use of alchemical rejuvenation formulae and special breathing techniques. He traveled all over the world, chronicled the lives of Siddhas much older than himself, and provided his disciples an illumined path to Self-realization and integral transformation of human nature into divinity. His astounding life provides a shining example of our human potential. The present work provides a biography of Boganathar, as we can glean it from his writings alone, as well as introductory chapters on the Siddha tradition and Kundalini Yoga. The present work also provides a
translation and commentary of about seventy-five selected poems, which serious students of all traditions of Kundalini Yoga and Tantra will find illuminating. By meditating upon the verses, the reader will be able to draw much inspiration. The present work provides a word-by-word translation, with alternative meanings, as well as a literal translation, and finally an interpretative translation, to balance the need for precision and understanding and to facilitate a deeper meditative approach to the various layers of meaning of each verse.

 

 

THE YOGA OF SIDDHA BOGANATHAR VOLUME 2 by T.N. Ganapathy       Rs. 575/-

(530 pgs., includes Tamil verses, transliteration, translation, commentary, notes, glossary, 6 appendixes, bibliography, index, 7 color photographs, 6’x9’ size)

Boganathar was the Siddha guru of Kriya Babaji Nagaraj, the famed Himalayan master. This volume 2 takes us further into the little known world of the Siddhas, adepts of Yoga, who for millennia, have explored the furthest reaches of human potentiality and spiritual development. Boganathar was not only one of the greatest adepts of Yoga of all time, but also a great scientist. For the first time ever, the writings of Boganathar, the greatest scientist of the Siddha tradition, have been translated into English, and a useful commentary on these profound and difficult texts has been rendered. The present volume contains poems that all lovers of Kundalini-Yoga and Tantra will find inspiring.

 

 

THE YOGA OF EIGHTEEN SIDDHAS: AN ANTHOLOGY       Rs. 750/-

(640 pgs., includes Tamil verses, transliteration, translation, commentary, glossary, 11 appendixes, bibliography, index, 19 color illustrations, 6.5’x9.5’ size. Contributors: Prema Nandakumar, T.B. Siddhalingaiah, P.S. Somasundaram, KR. Arumugam, S.P. Sabharathnam, & edited by T.N. Ganapathy)

The Yoga of the Eighteen Siddhas: An Anthology contains the revolutionary statements of those great men and women who have reached the furthest heights of human potential. The “Eighteen Yoga Siddhas” is a tradition referred to in the ancient Tamil language literature. Its illustrious members traveled all over the world, had extremely long lives and performed what most of us would consider being miracles. They did not like to be autobiographical, preferring to identify themselves with that deathless jivatma, being-consciousness-bliss. Consequently, they consciously changed bodies as easily as we change clothes, when necessary, laughing at the limitations of ordinary humans. They were not only mystics in the truest sense, but revolutionaries against human nature, and they envisioned and embodied Divinity, as a result of tremendous efforts of self-mastery and self-surrender to their God-head.They left behind their teachings in the form of poems, written on palm leaves, or edus. These works have been badly neglected by scholars to date because of the difficulty in deciphering them. The Siddhas wrote in what has been referred to as a “twilight language,” to obscure the meaning from all but the most sincere students, and prompting the reader to seek the deepest meaning within themselves. They provide a unique source of understanding of both the means and results of Kundalini-Yoga, a great esoteric art and science.

 

 

THE YOGA OF SIDDHA AVVAI by S.N. Kandaswamy       Rs. 350/-

(280 pgs., includes Tamil verses, transliteration, translation, commentary, notes, glossary, 2 appendixes, bibliography, index, 6’x9’ size)

Avvai is considered to be one of the most influential sages among the Tamil speaking people of south India. Her poems and literary works, dating from the first millennium of the modern era are recited by millions of Tamil speaking school children in south Asia to this day. The values and wisdom which her poems convey however, has a source. It is this source which the present volume, The Yoga of Siddha Avvai, sheds much new light upon with the inclusion of her text of Vinayakar Akaval. The author takes us on a literary, historical and spiritual tour of ancient Indian culture, and in so doing, helps us to understand her origins and greatness.
Like her illustrious forebearer, the Siddha Thiruvallavar, whose influence on Tamil culture and values, through his classic Tirukkural, is universally acknowledged; Avvai was also a Siddha Yogi. While Thiruvallavar was a disciple of Agastyar, and brother disciple of Babaji Nagaraj, the originator of Kriya Yoga, Avvai claims that her Guru was the sound of Aum, the Pranava itself, personified in the form of Ganesha, who taught her Kundalini-Yoga. Her poetry invokes the presence of the Guru, and then ignites within the reader the flame of spiritual consciousness. It also points to the esoteric practice of Kundalini-Yoga as the path that leads to enlightenment and God realization. Her’s is a wonderful example of arrupadai, the Siddha’s ideal of showing the path to others. If the purpose of human knowledge is to alleviate human suffering, then that knowledge or wisdom which eliminates suffering completely is the most valuable. Like all of the Siddhas, she shared her wisdom with this purpose. Their teachings are universal, non-sectarian, and very much needed in today’s suffering world.
Students of Kriya Yoga, Kundalini-Yoga, Jnana, and Tantra as well as devotees of Ganesha (Vinayakar) and students of Tamil literature and culture will all find much insight and greater understanding of their path as a result of studying this volume. Readers familiar with Avvai’s moral sayings may be surprised to learn of the origins of her wisdom, and be inspired themselves to apply themselves to Yogic sadhana.

 

BABAJI’S KRIYA HATHA YOGA by M. Govindan       Rs. 60/-

These 18 asanas were selected by Babaji from among the thousands which exist to form an efficient system for rejuvenating the physical body and preparing it for the more subtle phases of his Kriya Yoga. The immortal Himalayan master is living proof of their effectiveness. Each asana has several stages, making them suitable for the beginner and experienced student. The asanas are also arranged in pairs, or counterposes, facilitating the relaxation stage following each asana. This guide is designed as a handbook, where in each stage in each asana is individually illustrated, and explained with easy to follow instructions. The numerous benefits of each asana in the healing and prevention of various functional disorders are also indicated. An introductory chapter explains the principles to follow in their practice. (32 Pages) Available in English, Tamil or Hindi

 

 

Kriya Yoga: Insights Along the Path       Rs. 225/-

My wife, Jan "Durga" Ahlund and I have recognized for many years the need for a book that would explain to both those interested in learning Kriya Yoga and those already embarked on its path, why they should practice it, what are the difficulties, and how to overcome them. We believe that this book will help prepare everyone for the challenges and opportunities that Kriya Yoga provides. Every one of us faces the resistance of our human nature, ignorance as to our true identity, and karma, the consequences of years of conditioning by our thoughts, words and actions. By cultivating aspiration for the Divine, rejecting egoism and its manifestations, and surrendering to our higher Self, pure Witness consciousness, we can overcome this resistance, our karma and the many obstacles on the path. But, to do so, we need much support and insight along the way. (161 pages)

 

 

The Yoga of Tirumular: Essays on the Tirumandiram by Dr. T.N. Ganapathy, Ph.D and Dr. KRA Arumugam, Ph.D       Rs. 550/-

This book fulfills a longtime need for a comprehensive introduction and commentary in the English language for one of Yoga's greatest source works: the Tirumandiram or “Holy Garland of Mantras,'described by Dr. Georg Feuerstein Ph.D “as important as the Yoga-Sutras of Patanjali, the Bhagavad Gita and the Yoga-Vashistha combined.” Tirumandiram is considered to be the greatest and earliest seminal work of the Siddhas, the greatest adepts of Yoga, and an encyclopedia of philosophical and spiritual wisdom rendered in verse form. It is a book of Yoga, tantra, alchemy, mysticism, mantra, yantra and philosophy. But without a commentary, it has been difficult for most English readers, unfamiliar with much of its underlying philosophical concepts, to clearly understand.

This new book explain clearly the most important themes and philosophical concepts which are woven throughout the Tirumandiram. These include: Saivism; the nature of Siva and the relationship which the soul or jiva has with the Lord; the philosophical school of Saiva Siddhantha ; the concepts of God, the soul, the world, liberation, the paths to liberation; the bonds or impurities which keep the soul in bondage; the concept of Grace; Love; meditation; jnana ; the Yoga of Tirumandiram: Astanga-Yoga, Khecari-yoga, Pariyana-Yoga (tantric yoga), Chandra-Yoga (literally “moon” yoga), Kundalini-Yoga; mysticism, the concept of the human body and its transformation into a divine body; the concept of the guru; the social concerns of the Tirumular. With an understanding of the basic ideas, the reader will then be stimulated to make a detailed study of the Tirumandiram itself.

It is the sixth publication in a series produced by scholars ot the Yoga Siddha Research Center, in Chennai, south India, sponsored by Babaji's Kriya Yoga Order of Acharyas and the Yoga Research and Education Center. The present work benefits from the great familiarity which the authors have developed over many years of full time study of much of the massive body of palm leaf manuscripts written by the Siddhas.

 

 

POETS OF THE POWERS by Kamil V. Zvelebil FOREIGN EDITION       Rs. 200/-

This reprint of the classic work first published in 1973 is largely based upon interviews with Yogi Ramaiah, a direct disciple of Babaji. It was the first academic study of the culture of the 18 Siddhas of South India and presents many fascinating details which will be of great interest to the student of Babaji’s Kriya Yoga. The Siddhas or “Accomplished Ones” were masters of yoga, spiritual yearning, insight and experience. It also reveals that they were outspoken critics of conventional religion and morality. Kamil V. Zvelebil, Ph.D., is a world-renowned authority on Tamil studies and university professor in the Netherlands. (144 pages)

 

 

HOW I BECAME A DISCIPLE OF BABAJI by M. Govindan       Rs. 85/-

The inspiring story of a young man’s quest for God and Self-realization through ascetic trials in India and Sri Lanka, filled with adventure and difficulties, the author shares a rare story with unusual candor and courage. His inspiring story provides rare insights into a little known world. (100 pages, 38 photographs)

 

 

TAMIL-C-CITTAR-MARABU (Tamil) by T. N. Ganapathy       Rs. 150/-

This Tamil edition fulfills the need for a comprehensive and faithful presentation of the philosophy of the Siddhas. Drawing upon a wide range of sources, the author has sought to give a philosophical foundation for the conception of the human body, the method, mysticism and the twilight language of the Siddhas. It has also highlighted the social concern of the Siddhas. (348 pages)

 

 

A BIRD’S EYE VIEW OF HINDUISM & INDIAN PHILOSOPHY by T. N. Ganapathy       Rs. 60/-

This monograph is a gist of the lectures delivered to students—Indian and foreign—at various points of
time and at several institutions of higher learning. Most people, including the Hindus, do not have a basic understanding of what Hinduism stands for or what its philosophy is. Hinduism and Indian philosophy have become a spiritual laboratory interested in the growth of man, nay, the entire universe. This monograph will be an eye-opener to the younger generation Indians who know very little about Hinduism and the philosophical systems of India and it will facilitate them to develop an interest in the indeterminable antiquity of Indian civilization. (96 pages)

 

 

BABAJI’S KRIYA HATHA YOGA: SELF REALIZATION THROUGH ACTION WITH AWARENESS
2 Hours 5 Minutes by M. Govindan PAL DVD: Rs. 350/- VCD: Rs. 225/-

Learn the 18 asanas developed by Babaji Nagaraj and become aware of what is aware! Become the Seer, not the Seen! Bliss arises! This unique instructional video provides careful detailed instructions in not only the technical performance and alignment of each asana, but also in the higher states of consciousness, which they awaken. It includes an introduction into the philosophy of yoga, the nature of consciousness and the cultivation of Self-awareness. Make your practice of yoga deeply meditative. In this beautiful video, the asana are taught in progressive stages, with preparatory variations making them accessible to the beginner and challenging for the experienced student of yoga. These asanas, selected by Babaji, will rejuvenate and energize you! The instructions emphasize the energetic and relaxation effects. They may assist in the healing and purification of the physical and subtle bodies, thus helping to eliminate some of the most common sources of misery: poor health and mental confusion.

 

 

KRIYA HATHA YOGA AT BADRINATH, HIMALAYAS
60 minutes by M. Govindan PAL VCD: Rs. 180/-

A unique video class and pilgrimage to the beautiful valley where Babaji became immortal, with the author of the book “Babaji and the 18 Siddha Kriya Yoga Tradition.” Come on a rare pilgrimage to the enchanting valley of Badrinath in the upper Himalayan mountains, the place where the scientific art of Kriya Yoga was developed by the ever youthful master, Babaji Nagaraj. Learn and practice 18 asanas, postures of relaxation in front of a breathtaking panorama of snow capped peaks rising to a height of over 23,000 feet. Never before has a yoga video course been recorded in such an inspiring setting. The 18 asanas of Kriya Hatha Yoga involve stretching, energizing and relaxing all the parts of the body. Marshall Govindan demonstrates and explains each asana including their benefits, with clear, easy to follow instructions. They are done in progressive stages suitable for both beginners and experienced students of yoga.

 


THE HATHA YOGA PROGRAM FOR PEOPLE WITH DIABETES
60 Minutes, DVD, Rs. 350/-

In this one hour complete dvd course you will learn a progressive series of safe and easy-to-do exercises which will massage the abdominal organs and in particular promote the development of the insulin producing cells of the pancreas. Developed by the Board certified urologist Dr. Emilia Ripoll-Bunn, and veteran Yoga Therapist Dawn Mahowald for people with diabetes, this video course is based upon extensive research in both sports medicine and Indian clinical faculties. The journal of the American Diabetes Association’s medical advisory board recommends regular, gentle exercise and has stated that this type of exercise reduces insulin requirements. Two advanced sections on this video are especially recommended for diabetic children to reduce the side effects of diabetes.

 

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OM KRIYA BABAJI STUTI MANJARI       Rs. 125/-
CD

The Mantra CD "Om Kriya Babaji - Stuti Manjari" contains a collection of Mantras of Kriya Babaji and devotional songs to Kriya Babaji and Mataji. They are sung in the famous Karnatik style of India's classical music tradition. Some of the Mantras are composed and dedicated uniquely to Kriya Babaji, some of them are well-known mantras of India.

The goal of the artist was to bring these wonderful mantras to the heart and lips of devotees and students of Kriya Babaji all over the world.

May you enjoy the blessings and presence of Kriya Babaji through listening to and chanting these sacred sounds. Read more

 

1. Invocation Mantras  (7 min 44 sec)
     2. Gayatri Mantra  (7 min 9 sec)
     3. Surya-Namaskar Mantra  (1 min 46 sec)
4. Ashtottara Shata Namavali  (10 min 30 sec)
     5. Lakshmi Mantra (2 min 11 sec)
 6. Kriya Babaji Mantra Chanting  (16 min 39 sec)
 7. Kavacha Mantra  (6 min 9 sec)

        8. Food Blessing Mantra  (2 min 4 sec)
    9. Shanti Mantra (5 min 20 sec)
 10. Tripurasundari Mantra (2 min 32 sec)
      11a. Tirumular Shiva Mantra (30 sec)
  11b. Paratpara - Papanasham Shivan
     (sung in Nada Kriya Technique) (4 min 44 sec)
      12. Universal Peace Mantra (1 min 5 sec)
  13. Arathi Song (3 min 3 sec)

74 minutes total

 

 

DEVOTIONAL SONGS AND CHANTS FROM THE KRIYA YOGA TRADITION       Rs. 125/-
CD 45 Minutes

Enjoy these beautiful traditional songs and chants sung by M.Govindan. Cultivate Kriya Bhakti Yoga, the path of love and devotion. They include the following songs: “The Song of the Science of Sunworship”, “Homage to the 18 Siddhas”, “Babaji is Love”, “Dance, Dance….”, “Om Kriya Babaji Nama Aum”, and many other chants. An accompanying booklet contains the words.

 

  1. Om Kriya Babaji Nama Aum  (1 min 56 sec)
  2. Homage to the Eighteen Siddhas  (1 min 38 sec)
  3. Song of the Science of Sun Worship  (1 min 32 sec)
      4. The Food Dedication Mantra  (33 sec)
  5. Babaji is Love (3 min 11 sec)
  6. Amazing Grace  (1 min 55 sec)
  7. Lord of the Dance  (4 min)
  8. Guru Brahma  (1 min 10 sec)
      9. Jai Ganesha (2 min 16 sec)

10. Jai Guru  (2 min 49 sec)
11. Om Namah Shivaya (2 min 13 sec)
12. Sri Ram (2 min 36 sec)
13. Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya (2 min 4 sec)
14. Hare Krishna (2 min 33 sec)
15. Govinda Jai (2 min 32 sec)
16. Shivaya Nama Om (2 min 31 sec)
17. Babaji Guru Deva (2 min 17 sec)
18. Shanti Mantra (1 min 3 sec)

43 minutes total

 

 

 

INTRODUCTORY LECTURE ON BABAJI’S KRIYA YOGA by M. Govindan        Rs. 40/-
Audio Cassette 45 Minutes

How can one find lasting happiness? The paradox of human existence. How can Babaji’s Kriya Yoga help us to find it? The five-fold path of Kriya Yoga defined. Dedication to transformation of all parts of our being. The levels of initiation, and program of training in Babaji’s Kriya Yoga.

 

COLOUR PRINTS 8” X 10” SIZE ON FOREIGN ART CARD Each Rs. 25/-

1) Babaji head & shoulders (blue shade)
2) Babaji head & shoulders (gold shade)
3) Babaji in padmasana
4) Babaji eka mudra
5) Babaji & Mataji
6) Mataji (Annai)

7) Agastyar & Babaji
8) Siddha Agastyar
9) Ramalinga Swamigal
10) Sri Krishna
11) Siddha Thirumoolar
12) Babaji’s Yantra
 

 

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