Vatsalyamrutam (Valap Na Ven – Marathi)

Under the sole inspiration of Almighty Swaminarayan Bhagwan, and Pu. Sadguru Shree Gyanjivandasji Swami (Kundaldham), we've been graced with a true gem namely "Vatslyamrutam - Valap na Ven - Marathi", which comprises of salient parenting tenets, along with elaborative explanation, and examples, to help parents dutifully raise their children. This book was published on 16th Dec 2017 by Shree Swaminarayan Mandir – Kundaldham, and Karelibaug, Vadodara. The book was compiled by Pu. Ishwarcharandasji Swami, along with several other Santo/Haribhakto. The book showers the parents with a great recipe, to enable them imbibe some great qualities as they deem appropriate in their children, to not only ensure a spiritually fulfilling life for the children, but also enable them lead a life full of integrity, and honesty. The book encompasses key insights for parents, to enable them nurture their children for a better, brighter tomorrow. The tenets as ordained in the book if dutifully followed by the parents, would not only ensure that they sow the seeds for their children's brighter tomorrow, but also ensure they play a pivotal role in the overall societal upliftment, besides earning precious 'raajipo' of Maharaj, and Santo. To enable children lead a successful life, physical, mental, and spiritual evolution is quintessential. And this development begins even before a child is conceived. The book in a very easily comprehensible language comprises of all the necessary ingredients for a child's development right from prenatal through to adulthood. The book puts great emphasis on the circle, ambience, neighborhood, and the education in which the child is imbued which is going to shape his or her future. Additionally, the book also sheds light on the repercussions of the Internet if used inappropriately. The parenting pearls of wisdom laid out in the book would truly bestow the parents, and their children to lead a duly dutiful life in this world, and beyond.
EditorPu Ishwarcharandasji Swami and Santo-Bhakto
Page Count124