The series brought out by the Research Centre of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Kochi Kendra has been specially designed to cater to the education requirements of young learners.
The Book is a compilation of the Platinum Jubilee Lectures by outstanding scholars and experts, organised by the Delhi Kendra of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan.Read More
A reprint of a book first published in 1946, contains 19 short essays with different titles on the educational system of pre-independent India. Read More
Sri Chaitanya and Mira are two dramas in blank verse in three Acts wherein the mystic concepts, Bhakti and Prem(Divine Love), are beautifully delineated making them a favourite among the scholars, devotees and spiritual aspirants alike. Read More
This work on the Guru Tradition is a translation of the Sage of Kanchi's discourses on Guru -tattva contained in the second, third, fourth and fifth volumes of the Tamil Daivattin Kural("Voice of God" or "Voice of Divinity") published by Vanati Patippakam, Madras. This book is an excellent transalation of the lectures on Guru-tattva-the concept of the Educator-delivered in Tamil by Pujyasri Chandrasekharendra Sarasvati Svami, Acharya of the Kanchi Kamakoti Pitha, popularly known as "Peryival", during the long sojourn of the Acharya in the metropolita city of Madras and its suburbs between October 1957 and about the end of the year 1959. The translation into English has been done by R.G.K., formerly assistant editor of the The Illustrated Weekly of India.Read More
The idea of Mind Management is a new concept and this subject is handled brilliantly by Dr. Upadhyay, with quotes from scriptures of various religions and presenting them through great minds who gave their messages to posterity to prosper and enrich themselves and help the mind to ponder over the imponderables. Read More
While going on a tirtha yatra one should preferably go on foot. Some places are not accessible by conveyance. Walking is also relaxation and gives the visitor time to think and contemplate. It is said that if the pilgrim employs a vehicle he will lose half the merit, if he uses shoes or umbrella he will further lose out on merit and if he conducts business on the way or accepts a gift then his pilgrimage is a waste. However a physically ill person can undertake the journey even by conveyance and he will not lose any merit. Read More