(Coverpages of books wherein some Bhajans sung by Baba or facts about his life are collected)
Saburi mana jaane Kaalia bhakataku debaa paain, aau PanchaSakhaanku panchati mantra daana bhakatauddhara paain ...
Kie deuchhi kie neuchhi Buddhia janai naahin ...
Kaalia known the mind of everyone to give to devotees, gave 5 mantras as charity to PanchaSakhaa to save the devotees
Who gives and who takes Buddhia doesn't know ...
(video and full song from where lines are extracted)
Rama Das Tera Janma Sharana: 13 births of Baba Shri Buddhanath Das
Extracted chapter from BhaabaManjusa by Sri Arakhsita Das; described by Arakhita Das to Ram Das (12th birth of Baba), old document, origin ca. 16CE PDF file (~ 2mb, Oriya script) - (more info at Baba's 13 lives)
Shruti Madhu (Odia Text) ~ Nectar for the Ears
As Baba spontaneously sang Bhajans, some had put efforts to write/record in form of small books. These consist of compositions with simple language and devotional feelings (Bhakti Bhaava). PDF file (~2.8mb), Odia script (added: 01-Jan-2016)
A brief life history of Baba Buddhanath Das (Odia Text)
This document sheds light on Baba's pressent life and includes facts about his Birth, Early days and Odd jobs for survival, meeting with his Guru and Establishing Pitha and Temple. PDF file (~10.5mb), PDF file (compressed ~1.9mb), Odia script (added: 16-May-2015)
Sarva Utpati Shakti Samharini - in praise of the Universal Mother (Odia Text)
A collection of some of the compositions by Sri Achyuta in honor of the Universal mother, recovered by Baba Buddhanath. PDF file (~5.2mb), Odia script (added: 12-Apr-2015)
Bhakta Gobari - spring of feelings - a collection of devotional songs by Baba (Odia Text)
As Baba spontaneously sang Bhajans, some had put efforts to document those in form of small books. 'Bhakta Gobari' is one such collection of devotional songs.
A long time ago, on this land and in the lap of the mother nature, a rishi named Gobardhana had his Ashram. He meditated on Shri Laxmi swaroopa Mother Gautami. When he saw the future atrocities of the Kali Yuga, his heart was troubled and, out of compassion, desire for social welfare arose in him. So he prayed his Mother. Blessed by the wishes of the compassionate Mother, from the Tarpana (oblation) water, this holy river had started to form. This river later became River Gobari, from the name of Rishi Gobardhana. PDF file (~3.7mb), Odia script (added: 11-Apr-2015)
Chetana - Towards consciousness: a collection of words from Baba (Odia Text)
On different occasions, Baba gave a wealth of knowledge as spoken words and with contextual examples. This is a collection of some of his words. PDF files, (~28mb, high resolution)(~9mb, lower resolution), Odia script (added: 4-Apr-2015)
Gundichaa - a collection of songs by Baba (Odia Text)
As Baba spontaneously sang Bhajans, some had put efforts to write/record in form of small books. These consist of compositions with simple language and deep devotional feelings (Bhaava) PDF file (~ 2mb, Oriya script).
Bhagawat Chandrika by Ram Das (former life of Baba Buddhanath Das)
This is a rare Oriya text on Yoga written by Sri Achyuta Sisya Ram Das. The text explains Sharira Tatvva (principles and physiology of human body and entry of Soul (Atma Pravesh) as well as provides deep insight on Kundalini, Chakras, Winds in the body (Pavana) and Mantras for Guru Puja.
[We have a hard copy of this text and are making efforts to publish it @Jagannath Sansad, Garoi Ashram. The intention is to make it accessible to the public in hard-copy form within a year; notification date: 20-Jan-2015]
Sisu Veda: considered by Pancha Sakha and Sada Goswami as the fifth Veda
The well-known four Vedas (Ruk, Yajur, Sām, Atharva) were given for the benefit of mankind (one and all) and, according to the Rishis, the creation is based on the principles of Veda. The Sisu Veda, considered as the fifth Veda by Panchasakhas, is different from those in the sense that it is for the Rishis and Sadhaks who meditate in the Shunya Mandir (temple of Shunnya).
This is an old and rare Oriya text which deals with the philosophy of the followers of the Nātha sect, among whom Shri Matsyendranātha is regarded as the supreme Guru. The text deals not only with the metaphysics of the Natha Yogis but also with their philosophy of nature as well as their opinion about the constitution of human body with its Nādis and Chakras PDF file (~ 6.5mb, Oriya script, Restricted Access, added 14-Jan-2010). [We are working on its copyedit and will put efforts to bring it out to the public in about a year; notification date: 20-Jan-2015]
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