Bhakti-vriksha Workbook- Krsna Sadhak
Suggested Donation: $ 3.00
This Bhakti-vriksha Workbook is used to aid the Bhakti-vriksha members in deepening their knowledge of the Bhagavad-gita. The workbook is based on the theme of the chapters of the Bhakti-vriksha modules by testing them with open-book questions
Bhakti-vriksha Manual – English EditionFrom: $ 3.00
This manual is meant to provide the essential information to start the Bhakti-vriksha Program. This material is the result of over 2 years of practical experience and extensive research on methods proven successful in various circumstances around the world. The principles given here will be useful for a wide range of congregational preachers.
- English books
The Third PartnerSuggested Donation: $ 3.00
What exactly do we have to do to make Krsna our Third Partner? What are the practical and tangible things you need to do? What are the benefits you will experience in your married life? How can this satisfy you at all levels: physically, mentally, emotionally, intellectually and spiritually in your marital relationship? Are there examples of devotees in both the past as well as present, who have made Krsna their partner?
Bhakti Vriksha Lessons for Members – ShraddavanSuggested Donation: $ 3.00
This book covers the Sharaddhavan level. In order to encourage the congregational members to systematically advance spiritually, different shiksha-levels of commitment and standards of devotional service are recognized by ISKCON. These standards are prescribed for the devotees to consolidate and increase their spiritual practices. The different shiksha-levels of commitment and standards prescribed are:
- Krsna / Gauranga Sevak
- Krsna / Gauranga Sadhak
- Srila Prabhupada Ashraya
- Sri Guru Charana Ashraya
- Congregational Development books
Taking Care of Krsna’s DevoteesSuggested Donation: $ 3.00
Taking care of Krsna’s Devotees is a wonderful offering by His Holiness Niranjana Maharaja where he writes about the implementation of the Counselor System as introduced by His Holiness Radhanath Maharaja at Sri Sri Radha Gopinath Mandir in Chowpatti, Mumbai.