Sita’s Fire Trilogy

This trilogy is the retelling of the famous well-loved Ramayana, the beloved ancient story of Prince Rama Vrinda Sheth is an excellent writer and storyteller and her mother Annapurna has painted many exquisite watercolors that grace the books throughout. For the most...

The Yoga of Kirtan

This is a compendium of interviews with some of the more prominent kirtan leaders. Each interview opens with a short bio and then goes into the questions and answers. You get a feel for the individual and their sentiments about kirtan. This is an interesting way to...

Prema Mala

The subtitle of this book is important: A Garland of Poems, Prayers and Meditations on Love I thought this was a book of poetry but discovered much prose. There is some poetry interspersed throughout. The author reflects on the relationship she has with Govinda...

Gita Wisdom

From the Flap: “This highly readable introduction to India’s classic yoga text—scholar-practitioner Joshua Greene has created a bridge between the Gita’s millennial wisdom and the world we know.” This is a very simple (but not dumbed down) rendition of the Gita. Each...

Harmony in the Bhagavad Gita

This photographic essay of the author’s move off the grid in Los Angeles into the remote wilderness of a 1,600 acre valley in British Columbia is a page turner. Visakha muses before moving there, “Perhaps those long winter nights and endless summer days...

Bhagavad Gita: 365 Reflections for Daily Mindfulness

The author has taken bits of wisdom from the Gita creating a book with daily reflections in the form of short essays. Each title succinctly summarizes the topics and after each short essay is a “Think it Over” set of questions to contemplate. I can see this being a...

Inner Yoga

Inner Yoga takes you on a journey of self-discovery, exploring through yoga the rich layers of consciousness in a warm, intimate, empowering journey inward.   Using asanas, breathing, and meditation, this book will deepen your practice by teaching you the inner...

Bhagavad Gita: A Photographic Essay

Bhagavad-gita: A Photographic Essay is an artistic presentation of the key philosophical ideas of the Bhagavad-gita’s eighteen chapters. The 124 powerful photographic illustrations, eloquently presents the Gita’s transcendent vision. Here, the resonance...

The Butter Thief

In The Butter Thief, the unconditional love of a parent for a child is exhibited by Mother Yasoda for Krishna. This enchanting story captures children’s imaginations as they lose themselves in the serene world of Vrindavana, the land of Krishna. Kim...

Price and the Polestar

This is the story of the Prince who rules the Polestar, and how he was awarded this star for his kingdom long, long ago. This ancient history from the Puranas, handed down for generations in the Sanskrit language, is now retold and illustrated for children to enjoy....