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4.37 of 5 stars 4.37  ·  rating details  ·  57 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Paperback, 56 pages
Published December 1st 2005 by Kessinger Publishing (first published June 1978)
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P.J. Mazumdar
This is a book that will make you rethink your old ideas on Bhakti, or devotion.

In our modern cynical age, religion, and specially devotion, has come under increasing critical scrutiny. The leap of faith that underlies devotion has come under increasing skepticism, and the view has gained ground that Bhakti or devotion is directly antagonistic to science; you have to choose either one or the other.

This is a book that teaches us that it is not so. Swami Vivekananda brilliantly brings before us th
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Neeraj Karandikar
Swami Vivekanand has explained the meaning of love and bhakti in a very simple spiritual sense. The usual questions like what is bhakti and how to love god and what is unconditional love, how to love unconditionally, what is selfless love, what is love of the body and love of the the soul are all answered in such language so that people like us, who do not understand the sanskrit texts or more complex english words, wold understand better.
ron btdtbttsawio
I liked this book but found it contained general information...nothing specific about how to practice bhakti yoga.
However, there is a really good online article I recommend that gets right to the point.

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Neeraj Karandikar
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Sparrow
"The Catholic Church... is religious in the highest sense. In modern society, Protestantism is broad but shallow." So said Vivekananda at a Unitarian Church in Detroit on February 20, 1894.
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"Arise Awake and Stop not til the goal is reached"

Vivekananda left a body of philosophical works (see Vivekananda's complete works). His books (compiled from lectures given around the world) on the four Yogas (Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga and Jnana Yoga) are very influential and still seen as fundamental texts for anyone interested in the Hindu practice of Yoga. His letters are of great lite
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More about Swami Vivekananda...
Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda, 9 Vols. Raja-Yoga Karma Yoga: the Yoga of Action Jnana-Yoga Teachings of Swami Vivekananda

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