Embark on a transformative journey through the wisdom of Yoga with our course bundle. Explore the core teachings of Patanjali Maharshi through courses like Yogasutra Chanting, Yogadarshana of Patanjali , Yogasutra Parichaya & Hathayogapradipika - verse by verse meaning. Dive into the melodious chants of the Yogasutras, gaining a meditative and devotional essence through our chanting lessons and seamless audio rendition. Develop a deeper understanding of Yoga philosophy and principles with Yogadarshana of Patanjali. Build a strong foundation in the Yogasutras, exploring their meaning and significance with Yogasutra Parichaya - Introduction to Yogasutras based on Vyasa-bhashya. Unlock the hidden gems of Hathayogapradipika, comprehending each verse and gaining practical insights for your practice. This bundle integrates theory and practice, allowing one to deepen one's connection to Yoga's ancient roots and unlock one's true potential on the yogic path.Note:- Free Preview of the courses in this bundle can be watched in the respective Courses only.
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Patanjala-Yoga-darshana also called as Yogasutras of Patanjali is a collection of 195 sutras written by Patanjali Maharshi on the philosophy of Yoga. It is one amongst the 6 darshanas (षड्-दर्शन). Yogasutras are divided into four parts (पादाः) as Samadhi-pada, Sadhana-pada, Vibhuti-pada and Kaivalya-pada respectively. Patanjali Maharshi is considered as the proponent (Pravartaka-acharya) of Yoga-darshana. He is the authored the Maha-bhashya (a commentary on sutras of grammar). It is also believed that Patanjali Maharshi has also written a text of Ayurveda as stated here - ‘योगेन चित्तस्य पदेन वाचां मलं शरीरस्य च वैद्यकेन । योऽपाकरोत्तं प्रवरं मुनीनां पतञ्जलिं प्राञ्जलिरानतोऽस्मि’ - I bow down to Patanjali, the best among ascetics, who removed the impurities of mind through Yoga, impurities of speech through Grammar, and impurities of the body through Ayurveda. There are many commentaries written on Patanjali’s Yoga sutras, Raajamaartanda Vritti is one of them, which is written by the great King Bhojadeva who has authored more than 16 works.
Hathayogapradipika by Svatmarama is a classic fifteenth-century Sanskrit manual on hatha yoga. It contains nearly 400 verses divided into 4 chapters called upadeshas. Prathama-upadesha (first chapter) – deals with the prerequisites to yoga and some important asanas. Dvitiya-upadesha (second chapter) – deals with pranayama and the six karmas (for cleansing the body). Trtiya-upadesha (third chapter) – deals with the various mudras and their benefits. Chaturtha-upadesha (fourth chapter) – deals with dharana, dhyana and samadhi.
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