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Volume - VIII
Preface Prayer
The path of devotion Uddalaka's advice to svetaketu
The Asramas Image Worship
Yogaasanas Ayurveda
Mathematics in India Warfare in Ancient India
Aurobindo Ghose 1857 Warof Indian Independence
Birth of congress GopalKrishna Gokhale
Quit India Movement Rabindranath Tagore
Major Sections
Culture Course
Volume-I Volume-II

Volume-III

Volume-IV

Volume-V

Volume-VI

Volume-VII

Volume-VIII

Volume-IX

Volume-X

THE PATH OF DEVOTION

He is dear to Me, who is little disturbed by the world; who does not disturb the world and, who is equable in joy, anger, fear and worry.

He is My dear devotee, who desires for nothing; who is pure, efficient, impartial, free from distress of the mind and, who abandons all initiative.

"I like him best who does not rejoice, does not hate, does not grieve, does not long for things and who is unaffected both by the auspicious and inauspicious happen -ings and who is devoted to Me. "I like him most who is well-disposed both towards his friends and enemies; who treats honour and dishonour alike; who reacts in the same way to cold and heat, joy and sorrow and is thus free from attachment.

"I like that man most who treats praise and blame in the same way; who is silent, contented with whatever comes his way, is homeless, firm in judgement and devoted.  "Indeed, those men of faith who serve the dharmic law, as enunciated by Me above, and have Me as their goal, are very dear to Me."

The Path Of Devotion
About The Path Of Devotion
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Exercise

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