numerology

Numerology information Paramananda:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism

songs

Songs about Paramananda:

songsAnanda Paramananda by K S Chithra S P Balasubrahmanyam from the Album Sri Manjunathaa (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

songsParamananda by Modus from the Album The Colour of Love

songsParamananda by Sandeep Narayan from the Album Paramashiva

songsParamananda - Viswambari - Rupakam (54th Melakarta) by S. Rajam from the Album Kanda Ganamutham (72 Melakarta Compositions)

songsRaga Paramananda (Extreme Happiness) by Napi Hedz from the Album The Blessed and Bliss Ep

songsRaga Paramananda (Minx's Queen Beats) by Napi Hedz from the Album The Blessed and Bliss Ep

songsChant: To Madhava Paramananda by Richard Freeman from the Album The Yoga Matrix

books

Books about Paramananda:

booksThe Essential Writings Of Swami Paramananda by Swami Paramananda (Sep 10, 2010)

booksA Bridge of Dreams: The Story of Paramananda, a Modern Mystic and His Ideal of All-Conquering Love by Sara Ann Levinsky (Jun 1984)

booksThe guru and the disciple: My life with Swami Paramananda by Daya (1976)

booksBy Paramananda Change Your Mind: A practical guide to Buddhist meditation by Paramananda (Apr 16, 2006)

booksSwami Paramananda and his work, by Devamata (1926)

booksPoems Of Swami Paramananda by Swami Paramananda (Sep 10, 2010)

booksThe Guru and the Disciple : My Life with Swami Paramananda by Sister Daya (1976)

wiki

Wiki information Paramananda:

Swami Paramananda
Philosopher, Person, Author, Deceased Person

Paramananda was a swami and one of the early Indian teachers who went to the United States to spread the Vedanta philosophy and religion there. He was a mystic, a poet and an innovator in spiritual community living.

Paramananda

Paramananda is a compound Sanskrit word composed of two words, Parama and Ānanda. Parma is usually taken to mean the Highest, the utmost or the most excellent, but actually means - "beyond". And Ānanda, which means, happiness and bliss and most often...