LIST OF 7 BOOKS ON THIS DURGA PUJA & DIWALI: “Best book on Goddess and on Durga Puja & Diwali”
1.) Memory still in my mind, its my school Durga Puja holiday, and lots of time for me to explore things around me, from somewhere i got a book name Shri durga saptshati. Started Reading ….a feeling of deep joy overcame me. Oh, the grandeur of this feeling! It was a feeling of being greater than my little self. Such began my Awakening to the awareness of Durga Pooja. According to the sacred texts of Hinduism, chanting these Durga Saptshati mantras would not only shower you with divine blessings, but will also fulfill all your deep-grown desires. The best part you will celebrating Durga Puja with knowlege of festival, understanding of spirit behind the celebration.
2.) Ramayana: Written 2,000 Years Ago, this may be called the written version of Hinduism culture. The best written and the biggest seller version by Geeta Press/ Gita Press, Hindi as well as Sanskrit. “Those who have knowledge of dharma say that Truth is the highest dharma” “To be happy always is something which is difficult to achieve. That is to say, happiness and sorrow alternate in one’s life and there cannot be uninterrupted happiness alone”
3.) English Version of Ramayana Best Translated:The best & balanced translation. Valmiki Ramayana English book.
4.) There is Ramayana for Children: very good for kids. with pictures in every page and the story, our kid finds it interesting. Would recommend for all kids who would like to be introduced to ramayana on their own reading.
5.) With others some modern series writer, A Ram chandra Serious, By Amish Ji , Forbes Magazine has listed Amish amongst the 100 most influential celebrities in India, four years in a row.
6.) The Other Series, with highest fast selling book on methodology / Ramayana , By Amish Ji
7.) The other best book from year back, Bhagwat Katha has fructified all results of past good karmas. This Katha is extra- ordinary as it can be received neither by heaven dwellers nor the powerful demons. This Katha can only be bestowed to residents on earth and hence those who attend it consider themselves as immensely fortunate.
This all list created on keeping in mind the festive calender.