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Here are some books about cow protection which i got from His Grace Balabhadra Prabhu who is responsible for ISCOW.
And here is a Harmonium Book which i got from Russian Devotees.
If it is possible i would like to request IDT Administrator Prabhu to collect these books here in the web!
in the old and very big library of Mysore University i found very huge book with over 1000 pages about Indian cows. but do not know how to make that available to the society. If to scan that will take full 7-8 days, if to take photo 4-5. but book very nicely explains about diseases of cows, varieties of cows...
if You have any suggestions, please advice me!
also i have ebooks of Srimad Bhagavatam up to 12 Cantos which i got from Krishna.com
But these days i searched for them there but could not find. Do You think it is permitted to make those books available to everyone here in this web?
If somebody has books about cow protection, music classes, scanned Bhagavad Gita in Hindi or other languages let's collect them here!
Thank You very much!
Your servant, Bhaktin maral
Dear Stutisri Mataji You asked me about Indian Sa Re Ga Ma...
for time being please take these, hope Krishna will help me to find more of this.
new section for music lesson books. http://ebooks.iskcondesiretree.info/index.php?q=f&f=%2Fpdf%2FMu...
So if any Devotee is having such like books please send the admin they will upload.
[Sukadeva Gosvami to King Pariksit]: The seven musical notes−sa, r, ga, ma, pa, dha and ni−are used in musical instruments, but originally they come from the Sama Veda. The great sage Narada vibrates sounds describing the pastimes of the Supreme Lord. By such transcendental vibrations, such as
Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
he fixes his mind at the lotus feet of the Lord. Thus he directly perceives Hrsikesa, the master of the senses. After delivering the Haryasvas, Narada Muni continued traveling throughout the planetary systems, his mind always fixed at the lotus feet of the Lord.
- Srimad Bhagavatam 6.5.22