Quest For Grace (Vinaya Patrika For Beginners)

Quest For Grace (Vinaya Patrika For Beginners)

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Item Code: NAE132
Author: Swami Ramanujananda
Publisher: Ramakrishna Math Puranattukara
Edition: 2003
Pages: 170
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 8.5 inch X 5.5 inch
Weight 170 gm
About the Book

Unlike other translation the book is full of questions for the verses. Every Transited verse has a question framed before it. Anybody who is eager to know the of Vedanta and who intends to proactive the part of discrimination can pick up the book and derive tremendous benefit. Swami Ramanujanada, has left no stone unturned to supply questions for each and every verse. The book provides a lantern of discrimination to reveal the part in spiritual life not only to beginners but to all alike.


There is no necessity to say that there is spirature in every language. Many time this simple truth is forgotten and unnecessary misunderanding is created.

In Hindi literature, Surabaya and Tulasidasa are shining stars. Goswami Tulasidasa lived in the sixteenth century. In his lifetime that language had its beginning. Of course, the Ramacharitamanasa is his magnum opus. Literary critics may have different opinions about his poetry. But those who are interested in devotional literature admire his writings for their spiritual worth. He has attracted attention of devotees throughout the would for his direct approach to God. They say that Tulasidasa has created a new path in devotion. Vinayapatrika is a devotional classic. Goswami Tulasidasa conveys the anguish of his heart on being separated from Rama. H4e uses the word RAMA to denote Absolute Brahman, Personal God and Prince of Anybody. Tulasidasa says that Absolute Brahman does not lose. His absoluteness by becoming a human being. He does not prescribe any ritual, does not even say that austerity is necessary. In his opinion a sincere heart can realize God without any difficulty. If sincerity is not there, thousands of performance are of no use. This book is considered to be a classic in devotional literature. Here is a humble attempt to simplify the same for the benefit of youngsters.

Swami Swahanandaji, Swami Aparnandji and Swami Shivamayanandaji have taken interest in this author’s attempt of simplification of classics. Also, they have contributed towards printing.

Only because of their help we are able to print this work, not otherwise. Swami Sakranadaji has taken the responsibility of publishing. Mr. P.R. Paramesware Kurup’s enthusiasm is very helpful. Mr. PraveenPanicker’s help was in getting the manuscript ready and also in getting the book printed in time. Lipi Laser Media, Thiruvanathapuram, has done the DTP work excellently. We are grateful to all those who have helped us directly or indirectly in publishing this work.

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