Inner Engineering- A Yogi’s Guide to Joy- SADHGURU

When I Lost My Sense

Then I was a man

I only went up the Hill

As I had time to kill

But kill I did all that was

Me and Mine

With Me and Mine gone

Lost all my will and skill

Here I am, an empty vessel

Enslaved to the Divine Will

and infinite skill


The latest book  Inner Engineering: A Yogi’s Guide to Joy by Sadhguru is a revolutionary book that caters to readers from all parts of the world with a path to achieving absolute well-being through the classical science of yoga.

In this book, the visionary, mystic and yogi Sadhguru distills his own experiences with spirituality and yoga and introduces the transformational concept of Inner Engineering.

Sadhguru tells the story of his own awakening, from a boy with an affinity for the natural world, to a young daredevil who crossed the Indian continent on his motorcycle. He relates the moment of his enlightenment on a mountaintop in southern India, from which he emerged radically changed.

Developed by him over several years, this powerful practice serves to align the mind and the body with energies around and within, creating a world of limitless power and possibilities.

Inner Engineering is your own software for joy and well-being.


Poet Neeraj

Gopaldas Saxena ‘Neeraj’ (popularly known as Niraj or Neeraj) is among the best-known poets and authors in Hindi literature. He is also a famous poet of Hindi Kavi Sammelan. He was born in the small village Ekdil of Etawah in Uttar Pradesh, India on 4 January 1924. He wrote under the pen name “Neeraj”. His style is considered easy to understand, but has also been compared with high quality Hindi literature. He was awarded Padma Bhushan in 2007.[citation needed] Recently he recited some of his works at North India’s premier annual cultural festival, Spoculit 2012.

Neeraj’s poems which appeared in Hindi Movies as songs only added to their popularity. all these songs are in mixed but chaste UrduHindi languages.

Song Movie Singer
Likhe jo khat tujhe Kanyadaan Mohammed Rafi
E bhai jara dekh ke chalo Mera Naam Joker Manna Day
Dhiire se jaanaa khaTiyan me.n o khaTamal Chhupa Rustom Kishore Kumar
Dil aaj shaayar hai Gambler Kishore Kumar
Jiivan kii bagiyaa mahakegii Tere Mere Sapne Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar
Maine kasam lii Tere Mere Sapne Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar
Meghaa chhaae aadhii raat, bairan ban gai ni.ndiyaa Sharmili Lata Mangeshkar
Mera man tera pyaasa….. Gambler Mohammed Rafi
O merii o merii o meri sharmiilii aao naa tarasao naa… Sharmili Kishore Kumar
Phoolon ke rang se, dil kee kalam se… Prem Pujari Kishore Kumar
Rangeela re, Rangeela re, mere man me yoon ranga hai tera mann… Prem Pujari Lata Mangeshkar
Sho(w)khiyon mein ghola jaye phoolon ka shabaab,Usme phir milayee jaaye, thodee see sharaab, Hoga yoon nashaa joh taiyyar, woh pyaar hai… Prem Pujari Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar
Raadhaa ne maalaa japi shyaam kii Tere Mere Sapne Lata Mangeshkar
Karawan Guzar gaya, ghubar daykhtay rahay Nai Umr Ki Nai Fasal Mohammed Rafi
Subaha na aayee, shaam na aayee… Cha Cha Cha Mohammed Rafi
Woh hum na the, woh tum na the… Cha Cha Cha Mohammed Rafi
Aaj madhosh hua jae remera man, mera man, mera man sharaarat karne ko lalchaye re mera man, mera man, mera man……. Sharmili Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar
Khilte hain gul yahaan, khile ke bikharne komilte hain dil yahaan, milke bichharhne ko….. Sharmili Kishore Kumar
Ek Musafir Hoon Main, Ek Musafir Hai Tu….. Gunaah (1993) Manhar Udhas, Sadhna Sargam

A Compassionate Journalist: The Life and Times of Bharat Dutta Koirala

ISBN: 9788177698954
Title: A Compassionate Journalist: The Life and Times of Bharat Dutta Koirala
Author: Dharma Adhikari
Edition Year: 2010
Cover: Paperback
Subject: Autobiography/Biography
Language: English
Abstract: This is the biography of Bharat Dutta Koirala, a winner of the 2002 Magsaysay Award. The book gives us a rare glimpse of the media during the Panchayat era of Nepal, seen through the lens of career of the author. The author cuts out a world in which Bharat Dutta Koirala, takes up significant leader-manager roles. The narration is gripping, coherent, and lucid.
Remarks: B/W Photographs, Bibliography and Index.
Edition: First Edition
Pages: 336
Size(mm): 140 x 215
Weight(grams): 380
Price: US$ 8.00

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In the Belly of the Fish – New Release

Pilgrims is delighted to share the news of new release of the book In the Belly of the Fish: Matsyendranatha and the Chakra of the Yoginis by Stella Dupuis.

In the Belly of the Fish is the story of the mythic master Matsyendranatha through the eyes of women-goddesses, the Yoginis. The most important Tantra treatise written by the great scholar Abhinavagupta from the 10th century honoured Guru Matsyendranatha as the father of Yoga.

In Kathmandu Valley he became the God of Mercy: MACHHENDRANATH.

In the Belly of the Fish is a positive and joyful novel adorned with picturesque legends and esoteric knowledge that can be implemented in our daily life when confronting challenging situations.

Stella Dupuis is a Swiss novelist born in Panama. She studied marketing and advertising in Switzerland and Sweden before launching a successful business career in Latin America and Europe. Since becoming a writer seven years ago, she has published four novels in Spanish and English. In her work she depicts a yearning for a spiritual destiny that transcends blind commitment, stereotypes and religious fanaticism. For many years, Stella has also been teaching Yoga and Meditation in many countries. She is the author of Memoria de Viento (In the Wake of the Wind), La Puerta de Jade, Teli-Ka Mandir and The Yogini Temples of India: In the Pursuit of a Mystery.

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The World is My Nation

We are pleased to announce that we have published a new title


The World is My Nation: Memoirs of an Extraordinary Lifetime Odyssey

by Alex Gargilis
ISBN: 978817769897
2010, First Edition, Hardback, 725 pages, 150 x 220 mm, B&W Sketches.

This book is a different sort of travel guide. The author has visited more than 150 countries. It is a very personal one, in which he recounts incidents unique to each country he has visited and adventures that occurred spontaneously. It is a personal experiences and an honest, contemporary perspective on almost every country for travellers.

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Benares Illustrated

New Releases

benares illustrated by James Prinsep
Benares Illustrated: James Prinsep with James Prinsep and Benares
Edited by: O.P. Kejariwal

ISBN: 8177694006
2009 (Reprinted), Limited Edition
Cover: Hardback, English
232 pages, 270×310 mm, B&W Sketches of Benares.

If ever there has been an unsung genius, it is James Prinsep. Born in 1799, he has a short life of only forty years, dying in 1840. And yet, considering his wide variety of interests and his seminal contributions in many of these areas, it can, with some confidence, be stated that he was one of the greatest geniuses born in human history. Thus, he was at the same time a physicist, a chemist, an anthropologist, a geologist, a meteorologist, a numismatist, an epigraphist, a town-planner, a cartographer and an architect and one may not have exhausted the list. Actually his one achievement, that of deciphering the Brahmi script, through which India and the world came to know of that unique figure in world history – Emperor Asoka – would have entitled him to a place alongside those of Champollion and Rawlinson, among the greats of intellectual history. And when one considers that James deciphered not one but two accident scripts – Brahmi and Kharoshthi – through which was revealed the existence of a whole line of Indo-Scythian kings, one stands in awe of the man.

But among all these varied interests, it was Benares, which was his passion. He spent only ten years there, but in this short span, considering his contributions, one can say that no individual contributed to this holy and ancient city as much as James Prinsep did. For consider these: he was the first to draw up a map of the city, the first to determine its latitude and longitude, the first to carry out an authentic census, and the first to construct a bridge over the river Karamanasa, a feat which had defied engineers and architects for nearly a century. He was also the person to lay the underground drainage system – no one that still serves the city. As a family memoir says: ‘to extend the catalogue to a detail of the roads, bridges, drains and other works of every variety of description [in Benares], which were put in hand and completed would fatigue the reader’.

Amidst all this hectic activity, one can almost picture him sitting on a winter afternoon on one of the ghats, with the river [which he fondly calls ‘our Ganga’] flows quietly by, looking around and then conceiving of this magnificent work Benares Illustrated. As you turn these pages, you not only travel with him from ghat to ghat, but also participate – though in a limited way – in the life of the city. One can only marvel at the three-dimensional portrayal of the various sites and the play of light and shade in these marvelous sketches.

With this edition, one hopes that James will also come to occupy a place among the greatest artists of his age!

Note: This present edition is a reproduced edition which includes Benares Directory. Mr. Kejariwal revisited those important places in Benares where Prinsep worked and this present edition is included their photographs.

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New Releases

Cuckoo and the Pigeon

The Cuckoo and the Pigeon: A Collection of Bhutanese Folktales
by Ngawang Phuntsho
ISBN: 9788177697674

With the youth of today distracted by so many outside influences, such as television and internet, movies and magazines, the telling of folk tales by grandparents at the fireside has been dying out. It is hoped that this unique collection of traditional folktales from Bhutan will help to revive and preserve this tradition.

Charmingly told and full of meaning, these tales will amuse both young and old. They will appeal particularly to children.

As well as being a source of entertainment for all ages, such stories will teach the young and remind the old of the mysterious ways in which right and wrong can manifest themselves in everyday life.

dark mermaid

The Dark Mermaid
by Amar Shrestha
ISBN: 9788177697490

Kali is a 12 year old girl, born Kalawati, living in Birganj, a sub metropolis of Nepal. She is a local swimming champion, bright in studies and popular with others. Unfortunately, she is afflicted with asthma and her parents decide to send her to Darjeeling for her studies, as the weather there is more compatible for her health. She joins Mount Hermon School and the story continues.

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