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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Hinduism / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:35
  • eBook ISBN:9781626755932

Bhakti Satsang

The Little Blue Book

by Shri Prakash Gossai

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Overview
Congregational worship has been, and will always be, an aspect of paramount importance to the lives of many Hindus. It is therefore necessary to have maximum participation from all present when such Satsanghs are held. This modest publication is intended to offer an opportunity to follow fully, the proceedings at regular satsanghs.
Description
Congregational worship has been, and will always be, an aspect of paramount importance to the lives of many Hindus. It is therefore necessary to have maximum participation from all present when such Satsanghas are held. This modest publication is intended to offer an opportunity to follow fully, the proceedings at regular satsanghs. The Mantras, Bhajans and Prayers contained herein are taken from various books currently used in our Mandirs. This booklet brings some of them together for easy access, and of course will offer a great “togetherness” in chanting at our satsanghs. Transliterating mantras from Hindi to English poses a big problem as far as accurate pronounciation is concerned. Please listen carefully to these mantras as recited by your pandits, to read correctly. As you become more involved in your Mandir, it would be extremely beneficial to learn Hindi so that you may be able to read, speak and understand with little or no difficulty. May Lord Rama's blessings of Peace, Love & Happiness always be with you. Jai Shri Ram. ~ Shri Prakash Gossai
About the author
Shri Prakash Gossai (Guruji) was born on April 25th 1953 at Handsome Tree, Mahaica Creek, East Coast Demerara, Guyana. This beloved world teacher was a spiritual genius with commanding intellect and charisma. He encouraged us to be the architect of our own spiritual experience, to love God, and to serve humanity. His kathas – discourses imbued deep spiritual wisdom, love and practicality. The words of this great master of Vedanta philosophy offer you compassionate guidance for each step of your spiritual journey and he presented them in the soul stirring language of great music. He brought all aspects of your life into attunement with your higher purpose and direction. Prakashji attracted others with his gentle humor and natural humility, revealing the spiritual wealth of Hinduism to all classes of thinkers from all backgrounds, races and faiths. He is also known for his moral and humanitarian leadership as an advocate of human dignity, peace, religious freedom, and for the deep spiritual insight and leadership he provided throughout the world. Shri Prakashji was of gentle mien and voice, of pleasing presence, and worthy of the veneration which his followers spontaneously accorded him. It was evident that every person who knew him, whether of his own community or not, held him in the highest esteem.
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