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Lord Shiva Series (Pack of 2)

£8.00

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Author: Swamini Supriyananda

Chinmaya Bala Katha is a series that narrates ancient Hindu Parables in a modern context. They demonstrate the relevance of these stories in our lives, in a fun and interesting way. The simple truths at the core of these stories are highlighted, inspiring children with an invaluable outlook on life. Teach your child to bathe Lord Shiva in the sacred waters of Ganges, to offer him flowers from the most beautiful gardens, to feed him fresh & sweet fruit and to adorn him with fragrant sandalwood. Titles Included – Shiva Shiva Namah Shivaya and Shiva’s Fish Swish

Shiva Shiva Namah Shivaya

COME, LET’S PLAY SHIVA SHIVA! Catch them Tender! tenders mind tunes easily Concentration made Simple! DETAILS: ” The idol is the means, self-discovery is the goal”.-Swami Chinmayananda Teach your child to bathe Lord Shiva in the sacred waters of Ganges…… to offer him flowers from the most beautiful gardens… to feed him fresh, sweet fruit…. and to adorn him with fragrant sandalwood. Inspired by Adi Shankaracharya’s Shiva Maanas Pooja, a Poem that teaches the art of performing Shiva Pooja within the vast expanse of our mind, this book is also a mental offering. As you turn the pages, the child performs the various step of pooja (Worship) and achieves a subtle connection with the Lord. Shiva Shiva -Namah Shivaya is a simple bedtime story that your child will love, in the process also instilling in him or her an early and enduring love for the Lord.

Shiva’s Fish Swish

Shiva’s Fish Swish is a playful rendering of a story from the Puranas. This legend is a celebration of Lord Shiva’s love, compassion, and deep wisdom. Nandi and Paravatiji symbolise the glorious relationship between the Lord and devotee, or the Guru and disciple. The simplicity of the message and the humour in the narration will captivate children’s minds and hearts. Chinmaya Bala Katha is a series that narrates ancient Hindu Parables in a modern context. They demonstrate the relevance of these stories in our lives, in a fun and interesting way. The simple truths at the core of these stories are highlighted, inspiring children with an invaluable outlook on life.