Santhosham Ningalude Srushtiyanu is a Malayalam book by Swami Rama, an Indian yogi. He was one of the first Indian yogis who let himself to be examined by western scientists. At the Menninger Clinic, a group of scientists discovered Swami Rama's ability to control blood pressure, heartbeat, body temperature, etc. Born in a Brahmin family of North India, Brij Kisore Kumar (as Swami Rama was known earlier) was brought up amidst the Himalayas and came in close communion with many Himalayan sages and saints. He established an institution called, Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy, which is headquartered in Pennsylvania and has branches in Europe, India and the USA. Santhosham Ningalude Srushtiyanu includes the inspirational teachings of the author. DC Books published this edition of the book 1st January, 2010.
Swami Rama wrote a number of books throughout his life and in these books he describes the processes that he followed in order to become a yogi. He also discusses the science of mediation and the benefits of practising it. In books like Living with the Himalayan Masters and Enlightenment Without God, he describes how one can get happiness and peace in life, even without following a specific religion. He was strongly against certain practices that are followed by many yogis. Demonstrating enlightenment using supernatural feats is one such practice. However, Santhosham Ningalude Srushtiyanu was translated into English by R. Manoj Varma and it is titled, Happiness is Your Creation. The book includes the inspirational thoughts of Swami Rama regarding how to be happy in your everyday life. According to the author, every individual is a "creation of God" and he is given everything that is required to live a happy life. If you are planning to buy books online, you can buy this book easily.
Santhosham Ningalude Srushtiyanu is an ideal read for everyone who is seeking happiness in life as the book shows how to find out the sources of happiness and live a happy life with the inner happiness. 8126436034 and 9788126436033 are the ISBN 10 and ISBN 13 codes for this edition of the book.