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Lord Shanmukha and His Worship Lord Shanmukha and His Worship By A DIVINE LIFE SOCIETY PUBLICATION First Edition: 1950 Second Edition: 1974 Third Edition: 1996 (3,000 Copies) World Wide Web (WWW) Edition: 2000 WWW site: This WWW reprint is for free distribution © The Divine Life Trust Society ISBN 81-7052-115-7 Published By THE DIVINE LIFE SOCIETY P.O. Shivanandanagar—249 192 Distt. Tehri-Garhwal, Uttar Pradesh, Himalayas, India. OM Dedicated to LORD SHANMUKHA The Consort of Valli, Deivayanai, The Destroyer of all Asuric Forces, and the Bestower of Divine Strength, Wisdom, Peace, Bliss and Immotality And to All His Devotees and Seekers in the Path of Truth. OM Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • The Advent of Lord Skanda or Karttikeya, the purpose of His incarnation as an Avatara and its significance should be of great importance and of immense value to seekers after Truth.

Need For Speed Most Wanted 2012 Dlc Pack Download Free on this page. Lord Skanda, also known as Shanmukha, is adored and worshipped with intense faith and devotion throughout South India and Sri Lanka. And naturally it will be of great interest to all His devotees, in particular, to know more about Him, the significance of His birth and His life and career as a victorious General. Sri Swami Sivanandaji, the author of this book, graphically describes the above-mentioned subjects in his usual style,—inspiring and direct, instructive and illuminating, soul-elevating and at once impressive. It is needless to introduce him to the readers, who is so very well-known as a versatile genius in all the spiritual subjects and as an author of many an immortal and monumental work that breathes the spirit of ancient wisdom and of direct and intuitive realisation of the Supreme. The book has been divided into two parts—Part One dealing with the main theme, and Part Two consisting of Appendices.

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