I asked several questions related to namajapa on our site. Some of them with short answers are given below

Can Rama Nama Japa give moksha? Yes

Is any god name eligible for nama japa? Yes

Is there any relation between (nama) Japa and breath? Seems True

Is 'nama japa without bhava' automatically converts into 'namajapa with bhava'? Yes

When one goes through those questions and answers, it is easy to learn that namajapa is a simple path to get all the benefits that can be achieved by complex sadhanas.

But if we check the other paths like

  1. Yoga, there are several books such as Patanjali yoga sutras, Hatha yoga pradipika, etc.,

  2. Vedanta, There are several books like Tripura rahasya, yoga Vashishtha, etc.,

All the books mentioned in the above two points are available in Telugu also. These books explicitly give the details of the stages that a sadhaka goes through from the starting point to till attaining Moksha.

I want to read the same for namajapa. But when I try to search for those books, almost all of them were not available in Telugu. So I want to find a Telugu book that encompasses all the details from the starting point to attaining higher States.

Is there any Telugu book that is explicitly dedicated to namajapa and covers all the stages of the sadhaka who is doing namajapa?

  • There are some apps like Stotra Nidhi which have almost all stotras. They do have mantras too. Commented Aug 27, 2022 at 5:10
  • @SethuSrivatsaKoduru Does it cover all the stages that a sadhaka goes through? And I am in search of a scripture.
    – hanugm
    Commented Aug 27, 2022 at 5:11
  • I dont think so but try it once Commented Aug 27, 2022 at 5:11
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    Okay @SethuSrivatsaKoduru Thanks.
    – hanugm
    Commented Aug 27, 2022 at 5:13
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    there is some bangla book of goswami disciple of chaitanya mahaprabhu, that will surely have a translation Commented Aug 29, 2022 at 2:19

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After a long search, I found the following book


It is a Telugu book dedicated to Nama Japa. Although I didn't read it entirely, the preface I read convinces me that the book covers all the important details that are required for a sadhaka of nama Japa.

The two parts of the book Nama Mahima and Nama Rahasyanmu are taken from the book named Prema Vivarta by Srila Jagadananda Pandita. Although the book Prema Vivarta contains many other contents, the aspects related to nama Japa are taken and translated into Telugu by Tridandi Sri Bhakti Damodara Maharaju.

  • For Tamil and English, this site is the best namalayam.org
    – hanugm
    Commented Oct 27, 2022 at 8:13

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