23 November 2012

WELCOME


 Satsañgatve nissañgatvam
nissañgatve nèrmohatvam
nirmohatve niùcalitatvam
niùcalitatve jèvanmuktiç
                   - Bhaja Govindam
 
Company of good results in Non-attachment. Through Non-attachment, there arises Freedom from Delusion which in turn results in Immutable Reality. Experiencing the Immutable Reality  leads to liberation.




வணக்கம் നമസ്കാരം नमस्ते

A couple of years ago, in my quest to learn and understand Vedanta, I started searching the world wide web and found plenty of materials on the subject. Since then, I had been ‘religiously’ learning about Vedanta and had been collecting huge volume of such materials.

I am certain, there are many out there who like me, are in search of knowledge about Hinduism and are constantly searching the Net for materials. Since I have these readily available with me, why not place them in one place from where everyone can easily access and benefit from them? That is the purpose of this blog.

Here various materials on Hinduism are categorized and placed under:
• Discourses
• Documents
• Music

All credits go to those who originally uploaded these materials on the web and I have only attempted to collect t and compile them in one place. Please visit this blog periodically since I plan to add more materials regularly.

Thank you.

28 September 2011

Devotional Songs - Tamil

Large number of Hindu devotional music albums can be found scattered in the Net. Devoted Bhakthas have uploaded these songs in various forums, blogs and websites. Humble effort is made here to collect and make these songs available in one place for any Hindu to download and enjoy them.  All the credit goes to those Bhakthas who had originally uploaded and made them available on the Net.

Devotional Songs - Malayalam


Large number of Hindu devotional music albums can be found scattered in the Net. Devoted Bhakthas have uploaded these songs in various forums, blogs and websites. Humble effort is made here to collect and make these songs available in one place for any Hindu to download and enjoy them.  All the credit goes to those Bhakthas who had originally uploaded and made them available on the Net.



       ASSORTED
 




       AYYAPPAN
  

  

       DEVI
  
 

        GANAPATHI
  
 


      SIVA
  
 
 


       VISHNU
   
 


Malayalam Discourses


 
Sri G Balakrishnan Nair
 

    Arivu
    Atma Upadesa Sadhakam
    Brahma Vidhya Panchakam
    Eka Sloki
    Janani Navarathna Manjari
    Nivruthi Panchakam
    Yoga Vasishtam


 
Sri Girish Kumar
 




Sri Nochur Venkataraman 

 



 
Swami Udit Chaitanya
 




27 September 2011


  ASSORTEDUPANYASAMS                                                                                                                  




PULAVAR KEERAN
    Deiva Thirumangal
    Kamba Ramayanam
    Periya Puranam
    Thiruvempavai
    Villi Bharatham 

SENGALIPURAM SRI ANANTHARAMA DIKSHITHAR





SENGALIPURAM SRI SUBRAMANIYA DIKSHITHAR



SMT. PREMA PANDURANG 



  • Mahabharatham


SRI A. RAJAGOPALAN






SRI J. KRISHNAMURTHY
 




SRI K.P. ARAVAMUDHAN
 



 SRI MANI DRAVID SASTRIGAL




 SRI SANKARA VASUDEVAN



SRI SUNDAR KUMAR

 


 SRI T. KALYANARAMAN
  



SWAMI RANGANATHANANDA




SWAMI SWAROOPANANDA

 

Swami Chinmayananda



Swami Chinmayananda was born in Ernakulam in Kerala, South India, in May, 1916. He began his study of Vedanta as a skeptical journalist, bringing with him the secular knowledge gained through degrees in science, literature and law. After spending many years in the Himalayas under the tutelage of Swami Sivananda and Swami Tapovanam, he started spreading the joyous vision of Vedanta, which was shrouded in rituals, secrecy and Sanskrit, to the inquiring men and women around the world.

Swamiji established Centers for Learning called Sandeepanys in several locations in India. Young aspirants who received the call to devote their lives to the study of Vedanta, received intensive education in the scriptural studies while living a highly disciplined life. The students who graduated from these institutions as Brahmachari-s and Brahmacharini-s went into the world to spread the knowledge to all seekers. Some students received sannyasa (order of monks) from Gurudev. Thus over 200 teachers were trained to teach Vedanta in India and abroad.
Source: http://www.chinmaya-sanjose.org/new/swamichinmayanandahome.shtml

DISCOURSES


25 September 2011

AMMAN



More tha 70 devotional song albums on Amman are included. Please click 'Amman' to go to the download site. View the list, download and praise Her glory.

AMMAN