Author: Dharmesh Chittoria
Navin Chittoria/Several Contributors
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Dr Vijay Sharma/Pt Ramsharan Shastri
Publisher: Hind Pocket Books
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788190568616
What is the theory of principle of karma ? Why should we do daily worship and what and how should we do this? What are 'Gyan Marg' and Bhakti Marg ' and 'Karma Marg ' ? We have to bear the results of all our deeds/actions, when this is true, how can we get whatever we are not destined for (as per our past deeds/action) through worship (puja), meditation, sacrifice/home (yagya-hawan) etc.?
In worldly life, actions have to be done and their corresponding results have to be borne, then how is it possible to get salvation or mukti? What is the relationship of the Navagrahas (nine planets) with the life of a common man?
If God loves/desires devotion (Bhava) only, then what is the role of lamps, incense sticks homas etc. For logical answers to these type of scores of question, please refer the book Nitya Puja Akhir Kyon? Kaise? Aur kya?' from Global Voice Publishers and enjoy the benefits of thoroughly studying this book.
Some other specialties of this book.
Mantra, Storta, Stuti with introduction, meaning and specialties of prominent Gods and Goddess (like special occasions, dates, stivals, fasts, fruits-sweets, flowers, garlands, planets etc associated with each God/goddess)
Collection of Chalisa and Aarti of each main God/Goddess (along with why and how details)
Papal, Ganga, Yamuna, Cow, Bad Dream effect elimination etc. related brief/small stuti/mantras etc.
How to chant Mantra, Stotra etc.? Which Asan (seat), Mala (beads) etc. to use?. All such details in brief are given.
Meanings of significant words like 'Panchagavya', 'Panchamrit', saptanaz etc. and what they compose of.
These and more precious information can be got from the book "Nitya Puja-Akhir Kyon, kaise Aur kya."