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Sri Mookambika The Radiant Grace
Sri Mookambika The Radiant Grace
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From immemorial, the temple of Sri Mookambika, the Divine Mother, has been a perennial Source of mighty spiritual energy activating the dormant spiritual potentials of man in his evolutionary march towards Fulfilment. The Divine Mother gives powerful stimulus to countless pilgrims in their quest for blessedness, perfection a freedom.

The book lucidly presents the salient features of invoking the Mother principle immanent in the universe. It expounds some subtle aspects of the hoary spiritual wealth and wisdom of India, her immortal vision and message to the whole humanity.

 

Foreword

The Advent of English education and the onrush of modern scientific knowledge brushed aside, in the initial phases, India’s deep vision of the inner nature of man and his destiny. As a result we Indians also began to think that the only knowledge was knowledge of the objective world. However, the emergence of great spiritual personalities like Sri Ramakrishna in the East and matured scientific minds in the west has helped to put a check to this retrogressive trend.

Now, the educated in India and elsewhere are giving more serious attention to ancient Indian thought and wisdom. This beautiful book, Sri Mookambika: the Radiant Grace, reflects this modern trend.

While science brings a great deal of knowledge about the external world, it is still very much ignorant about the inner nature of man. Unless man gets a firm grip on his real nature, all his deep knowledge of the external world may, as we see today, turn to be a curse because of the disproportion in his understanding of the inner Reality and its creation, the outer world.

If he acquires knowledge about his inner self and thereby achieves control over his own mind and senses, he becomes wise and strong enough to be a master of any situation and his own destiny. Then, his knowledge of outside nature becomes a boon to him and society. Then only can he be called a progressive man, a man of knowledge, as said in The Bhagavad-Gita.

Temple and pilgrim centers are the universities from where man can learn his lessons of Self-Knowledge.

The shrine of Divine Mother Sri Mookambika, surrounded by the soul-stirring sylvan charm of the western Ghats, is such a centre providing an excellent venue for spiritual seekers. This book a beautiful description about this pilgrim centre. For the seeker who wishes to worship the Almighty in the form of the Divine Mother in this ancient place of spiritual communion, this is a very good guide. I wish the book warm reception from the public.

 

Contents

 

1 Foreword
2 Modern Man and Pilgrimage
3 The Temple of Divine Mother
4 The Legend and its Message
5 The Holy Places Around
6 Sri Mahalakshmi Ashtakam

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Sri Mookambika The Radiant Grace

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2011
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Back of the Book

From immemorial, the temple of Sri Mookambika, the Divine Mother, has been a perennial Source of mighty spiritual energy activating the dormant spiritual potentials of man in his evolutionary march towards Fulfilment. The Divine Mother gives powerful stimulus to countless pilgrims in their quest for blessedness, perfection a freedom.

The book lucidly presents the salient features of invoking the Mother principle immanent in the universe. It expounds some subtle aspects of the hoary spiritual wealth and wisdom of India, her immortal vision and message to the whole humanity.

 

Foreword

The Advent of English education and the onrush of modern scientific knowledge brushed aside, in the initial phases, India’s deep vision of the inner nature of man and his destiny. As a result we Indians also began to think that the only knowledge was knowledge of the objective world. However, the emergence of great spiritual personalities like Sri Ramakrishna in the East and matured scientific minds in the west has helped to put a check to this retrogressive trend.

Now, the educated in India and elsewhere are giving more serious attention to ancient Indian thought and wisdom. This beautiful book, Sri Mookambika: the Radiant Grace, reflects this modern trend.

While science brings a great deal of knowledge about the external world, it is still very much ignorant about the inner nature of man. Unless man gets a firm grip on his real nature, all his deep knowledge of the external world may, as we see today, turn to be a curse because of the disproportion in his understanding of the inner Reality and its creation, the outer world.

If he acquires knowledge about his inner self and thereby achieves control over his own mind and senses, he becomes wise and strong enough to be a master of any situation and his own destiny. Then, his knowledge of outside nature becomes a boon to him and society. Then only can he be called a progressive man, a man of knowledge, as said in The Bhagavad-Gita.

Temple and pilgrim centers are the universities from where man can learn his lessons of Self-Knowledge.

The shrine of Divine Mother Sri Mookambika, surrounded by the soul-stirring sylvan charm of the western Ghats, is such a centre providing an excellent venue for spiritual seekers. This book a beautiful description about this pilgrim centre. For the seeker who wishes to worship the Almighty in the form of the Divine Mother in this ancient place of spiritual communion, this is a very good guide. I wish the book warm reception from the public.

 

Contents

 

1 Foreword
2 Modern Man and Pilgrimage
3 The Temple of Divine Mother
4 The Legend and its Message
5 The Holy Places Around
6 Sri Mahalakshmi Ashtakam

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