A Call to the Eternal
These were written as editorials in the monthly journal Prabuddha Bharata in the 1920s. They are collated to bring out the role India is to play in redeeming herself as the wisdom light-bearer even as she lights the way for the world towards what is spiritually pragmatic in this age.
A Disciple's Journal
The true story of Swami Aseshananda, a Holy man in real life, as told by one of his disciples, gives the reader an intimate first-hand account of his own discipleship to this monk from India. The Swami used to say: "No one should talk about something they have not experienced personally, otherwise it’s just repeating heresay."
A Guide to Spiritual life
This is the translation of 'Dharma-prasange' from the original Bengali authored by Swami Brahmananda, a direct disciple and spiritual son of Sri Ramakrishna. Swami Chetanananda, the author, had innumerable questions in his early years as a monk and he was directed to this book for the answers he sought. He is the current head minister of the Vedanta Society of St. Louis,
A Heart Poured Out
Laura Glen met Swami Vivekananda in 1899 and was one of the early westerners who went to India. Her journal of her visit and meeting with spiritual giants and disciples of Sri Ramakrishna come as refreshing tales of those experiences. She went on to become a monastic by the name Sister Devamata.
A Short Life of the Holy Mother
A life lived silently, unostentatiously and an epitome of simplicity itself, which all the same held aloft the beacon of power to energize generations to come, is plumbed with depth and reverence. The attempt to briefly portray the life of Sri Sarada Devi, the spiritual consort of Sri Ramakrishna, touches us with wonder even as it draws us to her innate goodness.
A Spritual Teacher and his Disciple
JN Dey has translated into English the personal reminiscences of the author about ten of the direct disciples of Sri Ramakrishna - Swamis Premananda, Turiyananda, Brahmananda, Shivananda, Saradananda, Abhedananda, Vijnanananda, Akhandananda, Subhodananada and Adbhutananda.