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BBT Books

Bhaktivedanta Book Trust (BBT) is the world's largest publisher of classic Vaishnava texts and contemporary works on the philosophy, theology and culture of Bhakti yoga. Its publications include traditional scriptures translated into 57 languages and books that explain these texts. The BBT also publishes audiobooks and eBooks. BBT titles range in complexity from brief, introductory volumes and summary studies all the way up to exhaustive multi-volume translations.

Srila Prabhupada formed the BBT to act as the publisher for his books, with proceeds going to print more books and establish centers for Krishna consciousness throughout the world. Below is a comprehensive catalog of BBT titles; click on the title or book cover for details.

Book Title: A Second Chance
Book Title: Acharya
Book Title: Chant and Be Happy
Book Title: Coming Back
Book Title: Cooking with Kurma
Book Title: Divine Nature
Book Title: Krishna Consciousness
Book Title: Krsna
Book Title: Message of Godhead
Book Title: Narada-bhakti-sutra
Book Title: Our Original Position
Book Title: Sri Brahma Samhita
Book Title: Sri Isopanisad
Book Title: Srimad-Bhagavatam
Book Title: Temple Bhajan Book
Book Title: The Higher Taste
Book Title: The Laws of Nature
Book Title: The Path of Yoga
Book Title: Your Ever Well-Wisher