Collected Works Of Vasishtha Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni
“Vasishtha Ganapati Muni (1878-1936) was a luminary of the first magnitude on the spiritual firmament of modern India. He was a versatile genius whose contribution in the many fields to which he turned his attention are yet to be fully assessed.” Sri M.P. Pandit, Adoration of the Divine Mother.
“Kavyakantha Ganapati Sastri, .. played much the same role in the life and reputation of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi as Swami Vivekananda did in that of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa. Sri Vasishtha Muni was a mighty spiritual personality in his own right,…. he recognized the uniqueness of Bhagavan’s teaching, accepted him as his guru and proclaimed him as the Maharshi to the whole world. Those who want to understand the message of the Maharshi in its pristine purity have to study the Muni’s redaction of the Master’s teachings .. .” Sri S. Shankaranarayanan,Bhavan ‘s Journal.
Collected Works of Vasishtha Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni
The Book of Adoration (Part One)
The Book of Adoration (Part Two)
The Book of Adoration (Part Three)
A Book on the Principles of Existence
The Book of Aphorisms (Part One)
The Book of Aphorisms (Part Two)
The Book of Commentaries
The Book of Ayurveda and Astrology
A Treatise on the Mahabharata
Purna – A Novel
Quote from Bhagavan
In deep sleep, in spiritual trance (samadhi), when fainting, when a desired object is obtained, or when evil befalls an object considered undesirable, the mind turns inwards and enjoys that Bliss of Atman. Thus wandering astray forsaking the Self, and returning to it again and again is the interminable and wearisome lot of the mind.