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Analysis of Practice of Karma, Jnana and Bhakti Yoga

The Bhagavad Gita is the essence of the teachings of the Upanishads and, in simple terms, Lord Krishna explains the way to salvation through the paths of Karma, Jnana and Bhakti Yoga. The first six chapters of Bhagavad Gita are … Continue reading

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A Decade of Post Retired Life

It has been a time span of completing 9 eventful years and stepping into 10th year of a decade of post retired life as on March 1,2017 since I retired from the post of Chief District Medical Officer Bargarh Orissa … Continue reading

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Ignorance through the Prism of Four Yogas

There are four major pathways or Yogas namely Karma yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Jnana yoga and Raja Yoga to attain spiritual knowledge. Each of these Yogas aims at removing ignorance by acquiring knowledge through understanding ignorance in the light of concerned … Continue reading

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Mystic Path of Raja Yoga

Raja Yoga is said to be the king of all Yogas because it is compatible with all other Yogas and is suitable to almost all human temperaments. One can remain in his own faith and at the same time practice … Continue reading

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Bhujangasana or Cobra Pose in Yoga Practice

Bhujanga means Cobra in Sanskrit. When this pose is exhibited, the raised head and trunk resemble the raised hood of a cobra. Hence this is called Bhujangasana. In this position the pressure is felt on the arms and hands as … Continue reading

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Makarasana or Crocodile Pose in Yoga Practice

Makarasana or Crocodile pose is a yoga asana used for relaxation. In Sanskrit, ‘Makar’ means crocodile and ‘Asana’ means a pose. Makarasana is a yogic pose useful for people with back and shoulder problems. Makarasana is generally practiced after the … Continue reading

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Yoga is not a Religion

Yoga is not a dharma or religion; it is a vidya or knowledge. Vidya helps us to become more positive in life and to express in more positive ways. Acquiring knowledge in Yoga is known as Yoga Vidya. If thinking, … Continue reading

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