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This book is the last of the series of books of the author - Yoga Of Gita Expounded By Saint Dnyaneshwar. The books under the series are published at Pothi.com, both as print books and ebooks, as below:
Vol. 1: Autobiography of A Natha Siddha Yogin – A Mystique's Travails.
Vol. 2: Inner Secrets of Rajayoga - Saint Dnyaneshwar On Kundalini Yoga Practice – Methods And Processes
Vol. 3: Ishwara And Worship [Upasana] – Central Theme of Gita
Vol. 4: Rajayoga Of Gita [Kundalini] Karma-Jnana-Bhakti-Dhyana
Vol. 5: Rajayoga Consummation [Kundalini] - Karma-Jnana-Bhakti -Dhyana
Vol. 6: Dnyaneshwari In Nutshell
Saint Dnyaneshwar begins narrating Dnyaneshwari with Namana to the Lord Ganesha, the God who is the most revered of all and beloved of all the Gods. He is the first amongst all, as per the Shastra to receive the Poojanam.
This book is based upon the selection of 109 Ovis from it, which convey its essence, by Swami Swaroopananda of Pawas. The Nityapatha Dnyaneshwari selection of Swami Swaroopananda, too, takes up this first Ovi to commence his selection of 109 Ovis to highlight the substance of Dnyaneshwari which is a tome of 9000 plus Ovis. Though all the Ovis are sonorous, for a novice it is difficult to grasp their substance at first reading. The venerable Swami, therefore, selected only certain 109 Ovis from the 9000 plus Ovis for the beginner to enable him to comprehend the contents of the entire Dnyaneshwari.
The author goes Ovi by Ovi of his selection and try to transliterate their meaning into English language, so far as possible. But, needless to say, it is just not possible to convey every concept of Indian scriptures purely in the English language. Perforce, many Sanskrit words will be used in this venture to understand the Nityapatha Dnyaneshwari. Such words will be explained, as far as possible, when needed.
A Glossary of words and terminology employed in the scriptural discourses on Gita and Dnyaneshwari, though not exhaustive, is attached at the end of this book for ease of understanding. A Bibliography of useful books on Gita and Dnyaneshwari and their Yoga and philosophy, too, is appended separately at its end which will be found to be useful by the students who may use the Nityapatha Dnyaneshwari as the jumping board to dive deep into the waters of Gita and Dnyaneshwari.