There are tons of resources both online and offline.
samskritabharati is an organisation of volunteers who are committed to Sanskrit, and they conduct free Sanskrit classes. They have many years of experience at this, and teach spoken Sanskrit without going through an intimidating grammar-only approach. Look at Samskrit in your locality and ...
Mahabharata of Geeta Press Gorakhpur is the most famous version available in Hindi language.
It is available in multiple sets and is a huge book. You can directly buy from their website or store or from some website like this.
Alternatively, if you wish to read it online then you can download its pdf version from here. Note these are ...
Advaita Ashrama publishes a lot of books on Sri Ramakrishna, Swami Vivekananda, scriptures etc..Check out this link to browse their books which you can order online.
Books are available in Bengali, English, Hindi, Nepali, Sanskrit, Urdu, English-Bengali.
Here is the direct link of Ashtavakra Samhita which you want to buy. It contains original Sanskrit ...
The story of Shiva is as the name suggests covered in detail in Srimad Shiva Purana. Srimad Bhagavad Mahapurana also entails various leelas of Shiva. Srimad Devi Bhagavatam covers episodes of Shiva's glory relevant to Devi - Sati, Parvati, Kali. Linga Purana is also detailed narration Shiva and his glories and why we worship him as a linga. [This aspect is ...
Following are some books on Brahma Sutra comprising analysis of principal commentaries of Adi Shankaracharya (Advaita), Sri Ramanujacharya (Vishishtadvaita and Madhvacharya (Dvaita) available on Exotic India:
A Glossary of Technical Terms in The Commentaries of Sankara, Ramanuja and Madhva on The Brahma - Sutras (Set of 2 Volumes)
The Vedanta (A Study ...
First of all, for those who don't know, the Naalayira Divya Prabandham is Nathamuni's collection of the 4000 verses of the Alwars. In any case, I know of two English translations of the entire Naalayira Divya Prabhandham, both of them online:
http://4000divyaprabandam.blogspot.com, which gives English translations and explanations for all the Alwar ...
Issue with many such Gita-s is the translation problem. These translations were done with scarce resources & less availability of Sanskrit experts. In the current age of internet, this issue is resolved.
Here are few strategies:
Use Gita supersite and choose the translations & purports you want. Only issue is, one need to go 1 by 1. IMO, ...
From an Ayurvedic perspective, there is the the Sharirasthana of the Sushruta-samhita which deals with anatomy and the human body (sharira), and various other subjects:
A small chapter from the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad also deals with the Sharira (body):
Paramhamsa is actually the name of a class of ascetics.
Other classes are Kuticaka, Bahudaka, Hamsa etc. A Paramhamsa is considered as the one who have spiritually evolved the most among these classes.
Several references to them can be found in the minor Upanishads and other scriptures.
Here is one such reference from the Narada Parivrajaka Upanishad (...
Well, we have the various Upavedas associated with the four Vedas. Dhanurveda, Ayurveda, Gandharvaveda etc.
There are four Upavedas: Dhanurveda, Gandharvaveda, Ayurveda and
Arthasastra. Some schools hold Sthapatyaveda as the fourth Upaveda
instead of Arthasastra.
Dhanurveda is the science of warfare. Gandharvaveda is the study
if aesthetics ...
The defining text of the Nyaya school (one of the six Astika schools) is Gautama's Nyaya Sutras. This book by Mahamahopadhyaya Satish Chandra Vidyabhushan provides the Nyaya Sutras in Sanskrit, along with an English translation and commentary on each Sutra.
One note of caution: it's fine to read about the Nyaya school in order to learn the logical ...
Since you want to learn more about Shiva, there are many places you can start. I don't know your level of background, but if you know nothing at all you may want to start by reading the comic book series Amar Chitra Katha, which tells lots of stories of Shiva. Here are a few relevant Amar Chitra Katha comics, in no particular order:
Tales of Shiva - ...
Jiddu Krishnamurti an Iyer Brahmin although didn't identify himself with any sect or creed, his teachings are extremely valuable to the followers of Hinduism especially for Advait Vedantists, and Kashmiri Shaivas as he lays ground for their followers to practice Self-related teachings more ardently and also because his teachings are not at all in ...
Koorma is a metaphor and not a specific branch of yoga. What you are asking about is Raja Yoga. Swami Vivekananda said (Complete Works, V7, p 71; available here - http://www.advaitaashrama.org/cw/content.php):
Control the mind, cut off the senses, then you are a Yogi; after that all the rest will come...You continually do it unconsciously as when your ...
BhAvaprakAsh (by BhAva Mishra) is a good (probably the best) book on the subject.
It can be bought here (Original Sanskrit+Hindi translation). Or from here (Original Sanskrit+English translation). Plenty of options to choose from here.
About the book:
Bhava Prakash (14th century) This is the most important text, written
by Bhava-Mishra on the ...
The well accepted and most authentic biography of Adi Shankracharya is "Shankara Digvijaya" by Vidyaranya Madhavacharya who was 12th Jagadguru of Sringeri Sharada Peetha.
Biography of Adi Shankaracharya based on Madhaviya Shankra Digvijaya is available for reading online in five parts from Sringeri Sharada Peetha official website: Madhaviya Shankara ...
OSHO's discourse on Vigyan Bhairav Tantra is a masterpiece. He has done a detailed analysis on all the 112 meditation techniques of Vigyan Bhairav Tantra.
Here are two volumes of ebook of OSHO's Vigyan Bhairav Tantra:
Vigyan Bhairav Tantra - Vol 1
Vigyan Bhairav Tantra - Vol 2
The Book of the Secrets: A New Commentary, The original series of 80
My first suggestion would be.
Read story of the devotee of shiva called 'nayanar'
and Second suggestion is to
Purchase Shiva Purana it is easily available in any local spiritual book shop. But first few chapter is about karm kand so I will suggest to read it from middle from where you get interest into it.
An English translation by Manmatha Nath Dutt is available online here in proofread HTML. Also see a Sanskrit/English edition which is available here in PDF format.
If you are looking to buy the book, I can recommend two editions, one by Dutt, edition 2012 and the other by various translators, edition 2007
Part 1 of Jayadratha Yamala is available in pdf. You need to create an account to look at the preview. (Clicking on below link takes you to pdf)
However it does not contain the coveted and elusive Bagalaamukhi sahasranamam.
A history of Indian philosophy..5 volumes.
by Dasgupta, Surendranath, 1885-1952; Dasgupta, Surama
Sharirik bhashya I.e. shankarbhashya of Sankaracharya - the bhashya on Brahmasutra.
And many more books in Hindi or other Indian languages.
A Reading List in Hindu Astrology (Parasari System) or Vedic Astrology - (https://parasar.weebly.com/readinglist.html)
Essentials of Vedic Astrology by Komilla Sutton
Light On Life: An Introduction to the Astrology of India by Hart de Fouw and Robert E Svoboda
Beneath A Vedic Sky by William R Levacy
Learn Think And Predict Through ...
I havent read this version, but reading the description, this should be good. This is from Ramanasharam and based on a book published by Ramakrishna ashram
There is also a free audio download available here http://www.sriramanamaharshi.org/resource_centre/audio/ashtavakra-gita/
You may also search Ramakrishna Mission bookstores
Sama Veda, S.V Ganapathy -> Nice introduction to Sama veda
Secrets of Rig veda, R.L. Kashyap -> Nice introduction to Rig veda
The Vedas, Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswati -> Good introductory book by a Sannyasin
Brahma Sutras, according to Sankara, Swami Vireshwaranandha, not really vedas but on Upanishad commentaries by Sankaracharya. Quotes vedic ...
Yes, For Ramanujacharya's Bhashya on Srimad Bhagvad Gita, there's one good book available:
The Gitabhashya of Ramamuja, translated by M. R. Sampath kumaran, published by Anantacharya Indological Research Institute 1988.
You can purchase the physical book or read/get it from Internet Archive
The English translation of Madhvacharya's Bhashya on Bhagvad Gita ...
Sarva Darśana Saṃgraha of Vidyāraṇya Mādhavācārya is one of the good one which describes various philosophies. Apart from this, I'm aware of two other works of similar in nature i.e describes various Darshanas (philosophies):
Sarva Siddhāṃta Saṃgraha of Ādi Śaṃkarācārya. It contains following chapters regarding various philosophies:
Based on the following statement of the OP, I am providing answer.
So I got little skeptic and started to believe in Mantras from Vedas
If you are looking for Video of recitation of mantras from Rig Veda, the following is the link for hearing them.
You can select Mandala ...
Sri Krishna says in the Gita chapter 10 verse 25 (Swami Nikhilananda translator):
Of the great rishis I am Bhrigu, and of words I am the monosyllable "Om." Of sacrifices I am the sacrifice of japa; of immovable things I am the Himalaya.
The Katha Upanishad I.ii.15-17 says (Swami Gambhirananda translator):
I tell you briefly of that goal which ...
Shankaracharya commentary on Upanishads can be studied here in English : 1, 2
Ramanujacharya didnt write commentary on Upanishads but his disiple Ranga Ramanuja Acharya wrote commentaries which can be read here : 3