The most popular book ‘Manache Shlok or Manobodh’ includes 205 shloka with 4 lines each. Since the 17th century, ‘Manache Schlok are
being recited by common people in Maharashtra. Many have learnt them by heart, since the style of schlokas is unique, easy, beautiful and simple, though artistic and meaningful.
Manache Shlok teaches your mind to change yourself gradually. The great saint Samartha Ramdas teaches us to have dialogue with our
own mind. Your own mind is your friend, your enemy and your own mind can be also your Guru.
Find out the reasons of your anger, jealousy, greed, sorrow, depression, fear, because these are the negative emotions, which you have to face
constantly in your life. Convince your mind with Ramdas’s words as he says,
“O you, my coward mind, why are you afraid of worldly sorrows? Get rid of fear and hold courage”.
About the Author
For thirty years she has been teaching languages at City high schools and nominated twice for best teacher awards. Her first book, "Krishna Harit Falak Uvach," won the National Unique Book Award, the book was based on importance of days as defined in the indian culture and provided inspiring messages for everyone. One of her other book 'Samanvai Surgeeta' a lyrical translation of Shrimad Bhagvat Geeta from Mahabharat also won the best book national award. She has authored other nearly 23 titles which are published and are reviewed by great authors, poets, political ministers in the areas of education as well as dignified religious gurus for its outstanding coverage.