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Eknath Easwaran

Full Name: Eknath Easwaran
Gender: Male
Born: 1910-12-17
Died: 1999-10-26
Number of Works: 119
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ISBN: 0915132664, 9780915132669
Keywords: spiritual, ideals, daily, life, translating, program, simple, eight, point, meditation
Pages: 256
Published: 1991
  • Rating: 80%

Meditation outlines a unique approach to tapping inner resources by training concentration on inspirational passages. Eknath Easwaran’s practical Eight Point Program offers specific, systematic tools to sharpen concentration, deal effectively with stress, release deep reserves of energy, and transform anger and other destructive emotions. This book offers tested techniques for strengthening our ability to meditate. It is a complete guide to a program of meditation that fits naturally into your life, even complementing an active religious practice.
ISBN: 0915132974, 9780915132973
Keywords: transformation, story, man, gandhi
Pages: 200
Published: 1978
  • Rating: 80%

A vivid account of Mahatma Gandhi's spiritual transformation from timid young man to world leader that can serve as an inspiration for our own transformation. In 1893, Mohandas Gandhi left India for South Africa at the age of 23 – a man whose past was full of failure. Ten years later, called a saint even by those who opposed him, he grew to become the acknowledged leader of 400 million Indians in their struggle for independence. As a young man, Eknath Easwaran visited Gandhi – not to observe his political style, but, "because I wanted to know the secret of his power." Eas
ISBN: 0915132176, 9780915132171
Keywords: living, volume, daily, gita, bhagavad, sorrow
Pages: 425
Published: 1993
  • Rating: 100%

India's timeless and practical scripture presented as a manual for everyday use. This is the first of three volumes and contains preface, introduction, chapters 1-6 of The Bhagavad Gita with commentary, followed by a glossary to Sanskrit terms. 430 pages
ISBN: 1888314001, 9781888314007
Keywords: man, match, mountains, khan, badshah, soldier, islam, nonviolent
Pages: 240
Published: 1999
  • Rating: 80%

The progeny of a Muslim tribe steeped in a tradition of blood revenge, Badshah Khan raised history's first nonviolent army and joined Mahatma Gandhi in civil disobedience to British rule in India. His story of hard-won victory offers inspiration for nonviolent solutions to today's world struggles.
ISBN: 0915132982, 9780915132980
Keywords: handbook, mantram
Pages: 224
Published: 2001
  • Rating: 80%
ISBN: 1586380559, 9781586380557
Keywords: man, change, world, himself, changed, one, gandhi
Pages: 200
Published: 2011
  • Rating: 80%

Gandhi’s life is both inspiring and baffling to modern readers. How did an ineffective young lawyer become the Mahatma, who led 400 million Indians in their nonviolent struggle for independence? How did he endure the terrible hardships – joyfully, and with love for all? And how exactly does nonviolence work?Easwaran grew up in Gandhi’s India and gives authentic answers to these questions.This biography, illustrated with 70 photographs, and supported by background notes, a chronology, and quotes from Gandhi’s writings, offers a moving account of the turning points and cho
ISBN: 0915132184, 9780915132188
Keywords: living, volume, daily, gita, suns, bhagavad, thousand
Pages: 456
Published: 1993
  • Rating: 100%

India's timeless and practical scripture presented as a manual for everyday use. This is the second of three volumes and contains: Introduction, Chapters 7-12 of the Bhagavad Gita with commentary, followed by a Glossary of Sanskrit terms. 456 pages.