Maharaja Bhagiratha prays for the celestial Ganga to descend to the earth. Lord Siva absorbs the impact of the Ganga by catching it on His head.
A Review of "Beef in Ancient India." As part of their policy of psychological warfare in India to destroy Krsna's Vedic culture the British paid unscrupulous collaborators to quote scriptural texts out of context in order to substantiate beef eating and allow cow slaughter in India. One such text was called Beef in Ancient India. The text we are providing A Review of "Beef in Ancient India" attacks the premise of the former book and demonstrates it for what it is, a British propaganda lie. Please distribute widely. (PDF 15 MB)
Brahmana and Vaisnava Debate. An essay by Bhaktisiddhanta showing the superiority of Vaisnavas over Brahmanas supported by numerous quotations from the sastras. As a corrollary it clearly demonstrates that a Brahmana is not determined by his birth but by his qualities and actions. (PDF 1 MB)
Manu Samhita zipped file (1 MB)
Complete copy of the 12 volume Ganguli translation of the Mahabharata in PDF format. (13 MB zipped)
The history of Nala and Damayanti (PDF 165 k) from the Mahabharata.
Sarirasthana, (11 MB) a canto of Agnivesa's Caraka Samhita. This is a chapter of a classical treatise on ayurveda dealing with how the body is created, propagating good children, pregnancy, embryology, etc. Useful for all practitioners of Vedic culture especially grihastas.
What is Vedic Astrology? PDF (235k)