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Classical and Modern Approaches to Yoga, , Ganesh Shankar, Pratibha Prakashan, 8177020587

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Classical and Modern Approaches to Yoga

 
Ganesh Shankar (Author)
Synopsis The classical approach to Yoga is practical. Yogic principles and their practice are most effective, practical and universally accepted to achieve the highest goal of life i.e. self realization. Therefore, Yoga is a panacea for all, not only for the persons who wish to get SALVATION but for everyone-be a student, teacher, doctor, engineer, businessman, political person, sportsman, factory workers, house wife or labourer, healthy and even patients for keeping themselves healthy and active to achieve the goal or their life and enjoy a complete, perfect health, fitness and lissful life. The present book is a humble endeavour to have an in-depth knowledge of selected approaches to yoga as found in classical literature of Ayurveda, Patanjali’s Yogasutras and Tantras along with modern ones and to formulate an integrated and progressive approach which could be followed up even by ordinary people in order to have every chance to evolve to a higher level of consciousness with which only the Man (out of the existence including mineral, plants, animals etc.) has been blessed so far to reach to the level of Buddhahood or Christ consciousness, the fountain head of automatic ethical values and abode of bliss-the absolute health(transcendental) and happiness (Paramananda).
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About the author

Ganesh Shankar

Born on Feb. 11, 1958 in District Bulandshahar of Uttar Pradesh (India). Dr. Ganesh Shankar is presently Head of the Department of Yogic Sciences at the Dr. H.S. Gour University, Sagar (M.P.). He has worked in the field of Yoga research and teaching for over two decades. He has widely traveled in India and abroad to explore the Indian science of Yoga. He has visited U.S.S.R., Finland, Austria, U.K., China and participated in many National and International Seminars/Conferences/Congresses/Workshops etc. on Yoga and allied subjects. Published a number of articles/research papers/books on Yoga and allied subject. He has worked as an expert member of many Government/Semi Govt. and University Yoga committees/bodies. Awarded YOGA BHUSHAN during World Yoga Conference in Dec. 1986 at New Delhi.

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Title Classical and Modern Approaches to Yoga
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st. Ed.
Publisher Pratibha Prakashan
Language: English
isbn 8177020587
length viii+208p., 57 Figs.; Bibliography; 23 cm.