[Advaita-l] RksUktasaMgraha from Vidya Bharati Press, Sringeri

Anand Hudli anandhudli at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 9 23:19:56 EST 2018

>Is this book available to order online? If so please share the link.
>Else where can I buy this from?

As far as I know, there is no way to order the book online. You can get it
from the Vidya Bharati Press office located close to Shankara Matha,
Shankarapuram, Bengaluru. It may be available at other branches of Sringeri
Matha, but I have no idea exactly where.


On Thu, Mar 8, 2018 at 7:23 PM, Anand Hudli <anandhudli at hotmail.com> wrote:

> I was pleasantly surprised to discover the book RksUktasaMgraha at the
> Vidya Bharati Press, Bengaluru. This is, no doubt, an immensely useful book
> for Rgvedins. Many sUktas for use in pUjAs, homas, etc. are scattered in
> different places in the Rgvedic Samhita and it is, obviously, immensely
> convenient if all the sUktas related to a diety are available as a
> contiguous set of mantras. This is exactly what the book does. For
> instance, the gaNesha sUkta consists of the following sUktas:
> Rg Veda Mandala 8, sukta 81, R^ik's 1-9, Mandala 10 sukta 112  R^ik's
> 9-10, and Mandala 2, sukta 23, R^ik  1. The RksUktasaMgraha does the job of
> connecting all these sUktas and presenting them as a contiguous set of
> mantras for convenience of students and practitioners.
> The book has been the effort of Ve. Bra. Shri Narendra Bhat, Sadvidya
> Rgveda Pathashala, Adi Shankara Janmabhumi Kshetra, Kalady.There are
> literally hundreds of such connected and contiguously presented sUktas in
> the book. With the help of the book, I am able to re-start my regular
> pArAyaNa of many sUktas that I had reserved only for special occasions. As
> an example, I was in the habit of reciting the varuNa and parjanya sUktas
> during the hot summer months, since they produce a distinct cooling effect.
> However, I was very irregular in doing this on a daily basis even during
> the hot season. Now, with the help of this book I am able to continue the
> practice with minimal effort.
> The book bears a very nominal price of Rs. 100.
> Anand

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