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Books by Swamiji
  1. Ambica Sahasri
    Swamiji praised Sri Raja Rajeswariwith the name of Amara Trisathi – 300 verses on this. In the name of Andhra Saptasathi – 700 Telugu poems. The innumerable miracles of Sri JillellamudiAmma were described beautifully.

  2. Siva Sahasri
    This book was written for the spiritual growth of devotees which consists of 300 Sanskrit slokas in the name of Amara Trisathi and 700 Telugu poems in the name of Andhra Saptasathi. He clearly explained Siva Tattva in detail. This became a guide for many sadhakas. The main principle was to bring out he secrets of higher planes. “IndraSwaraBadra Sutras” of Kavya Kantha Ganapathi Muni are also incorporated in this book.

  3. Aindri Sahasri
    Swamiji adored ChinnaMasta, one of the siddha vidya’s of Dasa Maha Vidyalu. Prachanda Chandi of Dasa Maha Vidyas has many names like Aindri, Indrani, Sachi, Chandi, Vajra Virochani and Vajra Rati. This deity is also worshiped as Chinna Masta. As it happened to be an ornament of Virocha Rochana, it is also called as Vajra Vimesya. The deity is terrific to look at. With a detached head in her hands, three blood streams are coming out of the neck as fountains of which one is drunk by Varnini and other by Dhakini and third and middle by herself. The mere thought of this deity itself is highly terrifying. The yogic secrets behind this form are explained as Ida, Pingala and Sushumna i.e., Dhakini, Varnini and Chinna Masta respectively. Swamiji said that he wrote this by going through Indrani Saptasthi and Prachanda Chandi, Trisathi of Kavya Kantha Ganapthi Muni, many paths of devotion and upasanas are explained here.

  4. Rasa Vahini
    It represents not only devotion and love but also Swamiji’s various mental vibrations and poetic values.

  5. Rasa Ganga
    It is a Khanda Kavya which exposes the poetic nectar, divine feeling, devotion humanity, literal beauty, the desire for universal welfare of Swamiji. This comprises waves like Devi Lahari, Yatra Lahari, Siddha Lahari, Tatvika Lahari, Mukthaka Lahari and Sahithi Lahari. This arouses the devotion among the readers.

  6. Radha Lahari
    Sri Siddheswarananda Bharati adored Radha Devi, the goddess of love. He praised the deity in Sanskrit and Telugu through this book. This was printed in 2003 by Swayam Siddha Kali Peetham in the name of Radha Lahari. There are 12 parts in this and they are:

    1. Kavithaswadathi
    2. Rasa Devi
    3. Jaya Geethika
    4. Raseswari
    5. Brindavana Yatra Lahari in four parts
    6. Avatharanamu
    7. Radha Krupa
    8. Katakshamala
    9. Geetavali
    10. Asthothara Sathanama Stuti

    In this he explains his relationship with Raseswari.

  7. Gandharva Geethi
    Swamiji wrote this book keeping the noble ideas and philosophy of Umar Khayam in view. There are two parts. First part consists of deep philosophical aspects, different mental vibrations which a poet generally experiences are clearly reflected in this. As he is a traditional poet, it astonished many to see him writing verses in matrachandus. The poems are NOT against traditional poetry. They are not mere translations of Umar Khayam’s Rubayats. He explained the secrets of yoga far behind the ideas of Umar Khayam.

  8. Aananda Yogini
    The entire creation is a divine play as mentioned by Swamiji. To make the youth understand that there is a Meta physical world, Swamiji wrote this book “Aananda Yogini”. The hero of this book is Aananda. Aananda is in a sadhana path, a yogini is kind of an instrument in this path. She may be considered as his love. Outwardly, the hero is Aananda Yogi but the guiding power of inner consciousness in Aananda Yogini. Hence, he named this book as “Aananda Yogini”.

  9. Soundarya Lahari
    Soundarya Lahari written by Adi Shankaracharya is unique of its kind and where in the universal mother is beautifully described. This was translated by many, but the translation by Swamiji excelled all others. His translation looks like as his own performance rather than of translation.

  10. Vraja Bhagatham
    This was research work of Sri Krishna and Radha Devi and a wonderful creation. No such book in Telugu literature has come so far and is not an exacarasion to say so. This received praise of many learned and has 21 chapters in it.

  11. Deities in America
    Swamiji attended TANA meetings held in U.S.A in June 2001. On this occasion, he took part in yagna and yaga programs conducted in different tours and delivered many speeches which were compiled as book named “America Devathalu” by Swayam Siddha Kali Peetham. This is composed of 21 chapters.

  12. Dasa Mahavidhyalu
    Due to globalization of vedic culture and valuable scriptures on our epics which are gradually disappearing, Swamiji revealed all the noble and pious aspects in this book “Dasa Mahavidhyalu”. He mentioned here the deities Kali, Tara, Chinna Masta, Bhagalamukhi, Matangi, Dhoomavathi, Bhuvaneswari, Sodasi, Kamalatmika and Bhairavi as Dasa Mahavidyalu. Swamiji clearly explains all details about each deity with examples. He also explains the methods of devotion towards them and also the results of sadhan by following them.

  13. Pratyangira Sadhana
    This book contains different procedures to be followed in Pratyangira Sadhana. This is an ancient sadhana. This devi is described as the most powerful deity in Adharvanaveda. The followers of Pratyangira Devi sadhan can reciprocate any sort of black-magic played on them. The mantra deity is only in the form of light as described in Adharvanaveda. The deity is also described to have a Lion’s head. The Mythological descriptions of this devi from Sanskrit Bhagavath and Kannada Bharatha are beautifully mentioned here. Dhyanaslokas and ashtotharas of the deity were included in this book. The ancient and the most secret sadhana of Pratyangira is revealed for the benefit of sadhakas.

  14. Tantric World
    In this modern world of technology people are still under superstitions. They are very much afraid of Mantra and Tantrashastras. To erase these false notions among the people, Swamiji wrote this book. Series of essays on this subject were published in Andhra Prabha in 1970. In fact the meaning of Tantra is protector. There are many ways and means for adoring each and every deity. This is a great secret world. It promotes a happy and healthy living.

  15. History of Lalitha Devi
    To erase the misunderstanding and fears among the people regarding Lalithaupasana and its procedures, Satguru Sri Siddheswarananda Bharati Swamy wrote this book. Different life aspects of Bhaskara Rayalu who wrote the commentary on Lalitha Sahasranamamare also mentioned. Many aspects of mantra siddhulu of Bala were written. The thrilling events in the lives of Balaupasakas were narrated.

  16. Andhra Bhagavatha Vimarsa
    Under the guidance of Sri Acharya Pingala Lakshmi Kantham and Sri Acharya Korada Mahadevasastri of Venkateswara University, Kulapathi (previous name of Sri Siddheswarananda Bharati) got his doctorate degree for submitting “Andhra Bhagavatham Vimarsa” a critic. This book became the most useful handbook for the research student.

  17. Kavitha Mahendrajaalam
    All the extraordinary poetic paths and talents from ancient to modern age were shown in this book. All the gimmicks of Avadhanas are described.

  18. Sri Mouna Swamy with Himalayan Siddhas
    The founder of Sri Siddheswari Peetham of Courtallam, Sri Siva Chidananda Saraswathi (Mouna Swamy) happened to meet many yogis and Siddhas in Himalayas who cannot be seen by ordinary people. This was clearly narrated here inde tail. Multi-dimensional yogic miracles shown by Mouna Swamy are also included in this book.

  19. Bhuvana Vijayam
    As an organizer of “Bhuvana Vijayam Roopakam”, he toured extensively all over the globe and with its performance, pleased and won hearts of many. There are 31 playlets in the “Bhuvana Vijaya” book. Mere thought of Sri Aka Anjaneyulu between 1952-53 was the main reason for the formation of Bhubana Vijaya as said by Swamiji. Sri Krishna Devaraya, the emperor of Vijayanagara named his royal court as “Bhuvana Vijayam”. There used to be 8 great poets, Sri Allasani Peddana, Nandi Timmana, Bhattu Murthy etc who were called Astadiggajas. In addition to introducing Astadiggajas, Swamiji referred many of their prominent poems.

  20. Jagadguru Shankaracharya
    Swamy Sri Shankaracharya was a great prophet chosen by the divine and sent to earth for the up-liftment of the society. He was not man but an institution. The preaching by Sri Shankaracharya is everlasting. The one who moves all around the world propagating Dharma alone can be called as Jagadguru. An ordinary sanyasa can do his sadhana at one place for his individual upliftment, but a Jagadguru should move all over for Dharma pracharam as said by Shakaracharya.

  21. Samskruthi (Culture)
    Swamiji wrote this book for explaining Indian Culture and Andhra Culture. His ideas are clearly reflected in it. Great people are born in every country and race. Their personality is the root cause of the culture. The lifestyle of great people of India itself is Indian Culture. They are the true representatives of truth, character, non-violence etc. Lord Rama, Dharmaja, Shivaji were the real molders of Indian Culture. “Unity in Diversity” is the reality of Indian heart from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. The Andhras have their own culture and customs, which are at the top, ever since Sathakarni’s period. The sasanas made by previous rulers show how much freedom an Andhra lady enjoyed. This book is a good guide for all of us. Those who are against it are traitors to our culture.

  22. The History of Rana Pratap Singh
    The lectures delivered by Swamiji at National Sahitya Parishad, about Rana Pratap Singh written by Dharbaka Rajasekhara Sathavadhani, were summarized in this book. This history of Rana Pratap Singh aroused national spirit among Indians. The background of national movements must be known to understand this book. Rana Pratap fought for freedom all through his life and gave priority to duty than victory. The lives of such people alone guide the people and pave a path.

  23. Vasistha Bharathi
    Swamiji was greatly inspired and influenced by Sri Kavya Kantha Vasista Ganapathi Muni. Bhagawan Sri Ramana Maharshi of Arunachalam used to call Visista Ganapathi as “NAYANA” on the occasion of the birth centenary of Sri Vasista Ganapathi Muni, Swamiji released this book in which many aspects of his life are incorporated.

  24. Student Movement (Vidhyardhi Udyamamu)
    Swamiji has written this book to eradicate the irregularities in the educational system, students, teachers, institutions and its heads and educationalists. This helps develop nationality and creativity. The educational system and the standards have run down to the depths after independence against the expectations of the many in the country. Swamiji felt that this is the need of the hour to improve this condition. Swamiji is not only a literate but also a true patriot.

  25. Hanuman
    This book was printed by TTD in “Srinivasa Bharathi” to inculcate dharmacharana, good character and ideal life style. Hanuma even as an infant tried to swallow the SUN globe thinking it to a fruit, later he learnt many sciences including grammar from the SUN god. Hanuma is an embodiment of valor, courage, service, devotion and humility. To make the people of all ages follow these qualities of Hanuma, Swamiji dedicated this book to the society.

  26. Bhairava Sadhana
    In this book, the history of lord Bhairava along with the method of worshiping Bhairava was clearly given for the benefit of the public. Temples of Bhairava are seen at many places liked Kasi, Ujjain, Draksharama, Mopuru, Orugallu, Bhairava Kona (near Nellore District) etc. Bhairava is the fearful form of Lord Shiva. Once, all the gods and seers asked the Vedas to let them know who the highest god is? Vedas replied Shiva alone is the highest but Brahma differed with this and heckledShiva. Then Rudra, the furious form of Shiva cut off one of the five heads of Brahma. As a result of this Brahma hatya, he turned to be Bhairava.

  27. Naga Sadhana
    Serpents are being worshipped as gods in all religions. There are six occult centers in the spinal cord of human being. They are called shat chakras, also known as six yogic centers. At the base center (Mooladhara) kundalini Shakti is seen coiled in the form of a serpent. If it is awakened by yogic sadhana, all the six centers will be activated. With this sadhaka gets yoga siddhi. Serpent powers can be utilized for the both benefic and malefic purposes. With the help of Naga Mantra, the serpent bites, deadly fevers and skin diseases can be cured and also infected. Many details of Naga Sadhana are given in this book.

  28. Tirupathi Venkata Kavulu & Kopparapu Sodara Kavulu
    Sri Diwakarla Tirupathi Sastri and Chellapilla Venkata Sastri happened to be co students at Sri Charla Brahmaiah Sastri to learn grammar. They became poet couple. With the blessings of their master, they did many avadhanas and wrote many books. With their influence in those days, many couple poets became popular. Such couple poets Kopparapu Sodara Kavulu are prominent. Their teachers in literary field are Sri Ramadugu Ramkrishna Kavi and Potharaju Rama Kavi. The couple got much fame and name in their avadhanas and rendered unique asukavithas. They are highly honored all over Andhra for their poetic talents. On the request of Andhra Smaskrutika Samithi of Hosur in Dharmapuri District of Tamil Nadu, Swamiji delivered a lecture on them and wrote a book.

  29. Our Problems and Mantra Sadhana
    Now a days no one is born without problems. They may be regarding marriages, health, children, jobs, finance etc. Swamiji showed many solutions for all these problems through different mantras for each problem. The Mantras given are very easy to perform.

  30. Dyvee Sakthi
    Human birth is only possible with divine grace. But very few with human values are loved by the god. Sri Radha Mahalakshmi is one such about whom Swamiji wrote the history. She enjoyed the eternal love of Sri Radha Krishna fully. Swamiji has close associations with many Siddhas. He himself is of same category.

  31. Ramani Priya Doothika
    Swamiji is also an expert in writing novels along with poetry and prose. A poet penetrates through all the aspects and creates a wonderful new world. Like that, Dr. Kulapathi thought that some justice should be done to the dejected lover Varoodhini in her later births. In view of this, he wished to reveal some secrets. The result of his thought itself is the novel “Ramani Priya Dhoothika”, wherein pravara is Allasani Peddana and Varoodhini is Ramani. The divine mother heslef became priyadhoothika and served them.

  32. Vande Matharam
    The translation of the “Story of Song” as “Vande Matharam” by Sri Bankin Chand is seen in his book Aananda Mutt. Sri Sivaram in his Kannada book “Ondu Kathe Ondu Vydhee” explained in detail the historical events behind accepting “Vande Matharam” as our national anthem. This was later translated into English by Sri G. H Prahalad Rao, which again was translated in to Telugu by Dr. Prasada Raya Kulapathi in 1975. With a view to inspire the youth for the building up of a strong nation the story of “Vande Matharam” was given.

  33. Kavi Raju Katha
    This is the story of great Srinadha Kavi wherein all the events of his life (from birth to death) are mentioned. There are many tantric secrets behind the Chintamani Mantra Siddhi in this book.

  34. Kavi Brahma
    Both a theosophist and a poet are seen in Swamiji together. Hence a great drama, “Kavi Brahma” came out of his pen. He wrote the entire life of Tikkana, the Kavi Brahma in form of a drama. The title “Kavi Brahma” is suited to Tikanna alone in Telugu literature. Telugu people can be proud of Sri Tikkana Somayaji.

  35. Kavya Kantha Roopkam
    Swamiji wrote the biography of the sacred seer Sri Kavya Kantha Ganapathi Muni in this drama. This book is the best example for his devotion. Ganapathi Muni belongs to Vasista clan. So he was named as Vasista Ganapathi Muni. There are seven chapters in this drama. The national pundit parishad of “Hari Sabha” in navadweepa bestowed the title Kavya Kantha on Ganapathi Muni. So the name Kavya Kantha is best suited the drama.

  36. Brindavana Yogis
    In this book the lives of the devotees of Radha Devi like Haridas Maharaj, Chaitanya Maha Prabhu, Disciples of Chaitanya Maha Prabhu – Sapta Go Swamy, Tulasidas, Leela Suka, Jaya Deva, Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Ananda Mai Ma, Devaraha Baba, Radhika Prasad Maharajetc are described. This book is an encyclopedia of Radha Sadhana in which Radhaupasana, dhyana, method of worhip along with poems and songs on Radha Devi are included.

  37. Brindavana Bhagavatham
    This is the compilation of the material secured from Srimat Bhagavatham, Brahma Vyvartha Puranam, Garga Samhitha, Hari Vamshamu, Devi Bhagavatham, Brahma Samhitha, Vishnu Puranam Sri Krishna Karnamrutham, Geeta Govindam, Sri Krishna Leela Tarangini, Mukunda Mala, Radha Sudha Nidhi, Kshethraiah verses, Sri Radhika Prasad Maharaj’s works indetail analysis. The analytical descriptions on Radha and Krishna in Telugu literature, Rdha cult and devotion and Rasopasana, about the numbers of Radha’s and Krishna’s is also seen in this book. In addition to this the sightseeing places in Brindavan are also mentioned.

  38. Yogis of Courtallam
    The notable and revealing events in the lives of Dattatreya, Agustya, Bhoganath, Sundarnath, Mahavatar Babaji, Mouna Swamy, Vimalananda Bharathi, Trivikrama Ramananda Bharathi, Siva Chidananda Bharathi and also Sri Siddheswarananda Bharathi are described in detail.

  39. Kali Siddhulu
    Historical and Mythological stories of Kali Mutt and her devotees are narrated in this. No such book other than this about Kali is written in Telugu so far. The discreet of Kali is described The incidents like waking up of Lord Vishnu for slaying of asuras Madhu and Kaithaba from Chandi Saptasathi, Kali on lord Shiva came out during universal devastation and different forms of kali are visualized in this book. Many unknown aspects of devotees of Kali like Kalidasa, Tenali Ramkrishna, Mathyendranath, Myravana, and Naraka are clearly narrated. The prominent and appealing incidents in the lives of Trilinga Swamy, Keenaram Aghori cause astonishment along with the revealing incidents in the lives of Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Ram Prasad, Naga Mahasaya, Ananda Mai, Mata Ananda, Tagore, Mulugu Paparyaradhyulu, Bhairavi Brahmani, etc. the sadhanas of Siddeshwarananda Bharathi in his past births and Swamiji rose up to the heights of Kali Sadhana in this birth and also about his co-sadhakas are described.

Books from Poorvasramam
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