Explore books, eBooks, audio books, audio CDs and other publications by our founder & director Dr David Frawley a.k.a. Acharya Vamadeva Shastri, Yogini Shambhavi Chopra and other writers associated with American Institute of Vedic Studies.
Publications by Dr David Frawley
More that forty published books by Dr. David Frawley (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri), are available in twenty languages worldwide - perhaps the largest collection of published books on Vedic knowledge in the West by a single living author, with several books available On-line or in Google Preview. He has a number of titles in such languages as German, French, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, Czech, Hindi, Kannada and Korean, among others. Dr. David Frawley (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri), D.Litt, is one of the most respected modern teachers of the deeper secrets of Yoga and the Vedas. He received the prestigious Padma Bhushan award in 2015 from the president of India for his outstanding work in the Vedic field. His main publishers are Lotus Press (USA), Motilal Banarsidass (MLBD, India) and Bloomsbury India. His Lotus Press books are available in Kindle Editions, as are many of his other books.
Publications by Yogini Shambhavi Devi
Yogini Shambhavi Devi is one of the foremost women teachers coming out of India today. Her best selling books on Shakti Sadhana have proved to be classics in their fields. She takes our teachings to a deeper experiential level.
The American Institute of Vedic Studies is an online educational center providing a broad range of courses, resources and publications for an international audience. It focuses on Vedic knowledge systems of Ayurveda, Yoga-Vedanta and Vedic astrology, along with the background system of Hinduism or ‘Sanatana Dharma’. It emphasizes bringing together the greater Yoga tradition in an integral manner with regard to its Vedic origins.
The Bhagavad Gita and Mahabharata are not just religious books but the very history, inspiration and wisdom of India as Bharat. One cannot study or know India and its unique dharmic civilization without them.