The book SATYAM PARAM DHIMAHI illustrates the pastimes of Shri Krishna in consonance with the tenth volume of Srimad Bhagavatam written by Saint Vedavyasa and discoursed by his renowned son Sage Suka Brahma Rishi. The incidences relate to the developments that took place about five thousand years ago when the Supreme Power manifested on this earth in human form as Shri Krishna. The vivid memories of Shri Krishna’s pastimes have been cherished and passed on from one generation to the other since then. Associating oneself with Shri Krishna either through his pastimes, teachings, courage, opulence, or any part of his deeds elevates a person to a higher level in life. However, this book is not a mere description of stories about Shri Krishna. Rather, they are the essence of the texts converted to English from the original scripture. Srimad Bhagavatam is the gist of the Vedic knowledge and this book attempts to keep the presentation in English as close to the original text. Those interested can use it for further interpretation or discourse in terms of Vedic wisdom or pure devotion. This apart, it enables the awareness about Shri Krishna without anecdotes or interpretations from sources other than the original text as presented by Saint Vedavyasa. Viewed from this angle, this book is the ideal one as the contents traverse through the actual. The book elevates the aim of a person to congruously pursue the truth and perceive it as such in the true sense of SATYAM PARAM DHIMAHI.

About the Author
Sangameswaran Nurani, author of Thoughts of a Wanderer, Reminiscence of a Winter Trip and The Values that don’t Change. He was always inclined to understand the meaning and purpose of life. Those inquiries led to read scriptures like Srimad Bhagavatam, one of the ancient collection of works. Srimad Bhagavatam is the condensed form of all the Vedic knowledge. Mr. Nurani authored book titled SATYAM PARAM DHIMAHI Part 1 covering the pastimes of Shri Krishna in congruous with the original scripture according to the tenth volume(Dasama Skandam) of Srimad Bhagavatam.

GREG RAKOZY NURANI

 

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