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The Life Shaping Alpha Meditation (Tamil)
Meditation Science and Practice
Calcutta Yoga: How Modern Yoga Travelled to the World from the Streets of Calcutta
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Yoga in Transformation (Historical and Contemporary Perspectives)
तनाव एवं योग (अवधारणा, स्वरुप और यौगिक प्रबन्धन) - Stress and Yoga (Concept, Form and Compound Management)
Yoga-Sutra of Patanjali
Effect of Yoga on Psychological and Physiological Health
Concentration and Meditation
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The Art of Meditation
अक्रिया ध्यान दृष्टा की पहचान - Non- Action- The Face of Meditation
Secrets of Maha Yoga or The Upanishadic Lore
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Yogavataranam- The Translation of Yoga (A New Approach to Sanskrit, Integrating Traditional and Academic Methods and Based on Classic Yoga Texts-for University Courses, Yoga Programs, and Self Study)
The Complete Yoga Vasistha (Set of 2 Books)
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Yoga For Children (Specially Designed for School Co-Curricular Activity and Young Yoga Enthusiasts)
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Celebrating Life With Yoga
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Science of Natural Life: A complete and easy Book on Nature Cure Principles, Methods and Experiments on almost all the Diseases with Photographs

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Om - An Inquiry into its Aesthetics, Mysticism, and Philosophy

"...God first created sound, and from these sound frequencies came the phenomenal world... Matter itself is said to have proceeded from sound and OM is said to be the most sacred of all sounds. It is the syllable which preceded the universe and from which the gods were created..."
Om - An Inquiry into its Aesthetics, Mysticism, and Philosophy

Exploring Karma - Tales of a Universal Principle

"The word karma is derived from the Sanskrit root 'kri,' meaning 'to do,' implying that all action is karma. Technically, the term incorporates both an action and its consequence... we...confront a dilemma...namely, the relative impurity and purity of an action... What determines the nature of the karma is the will or intention behind an act... We read in the Bhagavad Gita again and again that we must all work incessantly. There it is also mentioned that all work by nature is composed of good and evil... Good and evil are not constant - they change according to time and circumstance... every act is sacred since we are not the doer but a higher reality is acting through us... Karma yoga is a means for seeking divinity in action and life itself..."
Exploring Karma - Tales of a Universal Principle

The Stupa - Yoga's Sacred Architecture

"Since its beginnings in India, Buddhism has spread over an area... wherever you travel throughout this vast area, there is one type of architectural monument which is everywhere... This ubiquitous Buddhist monument is the stupa... it was the Buddha himself who outlined the basic design of the stupa... The Buddha's physical form... finds an echo in the stupa... The stupa by virtue of being the monument of Buddha's choice is deemed especially sacred... The spiritual merit of this monument is enhanced... by it being a reflection of the Cosmic Man, visualized in the ideals of Yoga, who resides in each of us..."
The Stupa - Yoga's Sacred Architecture

The Philosophy of Yoga - An Aesthetic Appraisal

"Human nature is like a chariot yoked to a team of powerful horses. One of them is prana (breath), the other is vasana (desire)...the yogi masters the science of breath and by the regulation and control of breath, he controls the mind and stills its constant movement...Yoga is one of the most ancient spiritual concepts of East, and despite a philosophical look it has an equally significant physical basis...Yoga is a collection of simple practices...consisting of action, method and technique...the method by which the restless mind is calmed and the energy directed into constructive channels"
The Philosophy of Yoga - An Aesthetic Appraisal

Philosophy of "Namaste" and Comparison with the "Handshake"

"...the sacred sound 'namaste' is believed to have a quasi-magical value, corresponding to a creative energy change. This transformation is that of aligning oneself in harmony with the vibration of the cosmos itself...."
Philosophy of

Mudras of the Great Buddha: Symbolic Gestures and Postures

"...symbolic sign based finger patterns taking the place, but retaining the efficacy of the spoken word, and are used to evoke in the mind ideas symbolizing divine powers or the deities..."
Mudras of the Great Buddha: Symbolic Gestures and Postures

Cultivating Loneliness: The Ethical Fragrance of Yoga

"...'When an individual is firmly established in non-violence (ahimsa), all beings who come near him also cease to be hostile'... Patanjali is the author of the de facto text of yoga - 'The Yoga Sutra.'... Patanjali's scripture not only provides yoga with a thorough and consistent philosophical basis, but in the process, also clarifies many important esoteric concepts (like karma), common to all traditions of Indian thought... Patanjali's is a far-sighted vision of universal humanity... The desire not to harm others is an essential ingredient in cultivating a mental state recognizing the essential unity underlying all living beings, leading towards ultimate mystical union, envisaged as the final goal of yoga..."
Cultivating Loneliness: The Ethical Fragrance of Yoga
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