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Author: Swami Ramdev
Publisher: Divya Prakashan/Diamond
ISBN/UPC (if available): 818923515X
This volume is an English edition of this popular book, Yog its Philosophy and Practice, written by the revered Swami Ramdevji Maharaj. The first edition of the Hindi book was published in the year 2002. Ina span of just two years, this book has enabled thousands of devotees to be a part of yoga revolution.
Superior quality of paper and international style of printing has been used for this edition. Attractive photographs have added new dimension to this book. .
Yog is complete in every aspect because it touches the every sphere of human life. It is a complete science which provides healthy lifestyle and a complete preventive medication system and above all, an enlightening spiritual art.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
REV SWAMI RAMDEV, a celibate since childhood, is well-versed in Sanskrit Grammar, Ayurved and Vedic Philosophy. A strong proponent of Indian cultural values, his practical approach to Yog, research in the field of Ayurved and services in the field of co-breeding, have won him several thousands of followers throughout India and made him a living symbol of Indian culture. His detachment from worldly happiness and devotion to social service has made him a phenomenal character in the saintly world.
Most amiable in nature and affectionate in attitude, Swami combines in himself, qualities of great learning. His extreme modesty and loving nature have won Swamiji a great multitude of followers. In a short period of about 6 or 7 years, Swamiji has acquired phenomenal success in all the activities undertaken by him and has become a source of constant and unfailing inspiration for all of us who have the good fortune of knowing and associating with him.
Introduction to Yog
Eight Yogic Practices
Rules useful for Asana
Asana for all stomach problems, obesity, gas, constipation, piles etc
For the purpose of relaxation and rest
Other asana for rest
Hathyoga and shatkarma
Processes of body purification
Subject of Mudra