HATHA YOGA RATNAVALI PDF

However Hatharatnavali of Srinivasa yogi is one of the vital hathayogic text because of its unique features and independent explainations. Like Hathapradipika it is not widely known to the yoga seekers and students. But still it is most popular one among the hatha yogic texts bexause of simple descxription and feature. Inclusion of astakarmas,eightyfour asanas,elaborate description on mudras and concept of panda- brahmana microcosm and macrocosm etc are the important features of the tect.

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The Hatharatnavali of Srinivasayogi is a little known but nevertheless important text on Hatha yoga. It was first published in in an edition by M Vekata Reddy but since that time additional copies of the manuscript have been discovered and become available.

About a third of the verses are direct quotes from the Hatha yoga pradipika with additional explanation or contextualisation. Chapter one is mainly concerned with defining Yoga. The astakarmas eight cleasning techniques are described and there are descriptions of suitable places for practice, suitable food and helpful and harmful things in attaining success in Yoga.

Chapter two describes nine kumbhakas breath retention techniques , 10 mudras and the synonyms for Ida, Pingala and susumna. Chapter three lists the 84 asanas and gives an elaborate description of 36 of them.

There is also information given on the importance, techniques and the effects of pranayama. Chapter four is mainly concerned with samadhi. Additionally nadanusandhana hearing of the unstruck sound for mind absorption is explained. There is a description of the four stages of Yoga and a 14 nadis are explained. Pinda the human — microcosmic body and brahmanda the macrocosmic body are mentioned. The chapter ends with philosophical statements from different schools of Yoga.

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The Hatharatnavali of Srinivasayogi is a little known but nevertheless important text on Hatha yoga. It was first published in in an edition by M Vekata Reddy but since that time additional copies of the manuscript have been discovered and become available. About a third of the verses are direct quotes from the Hatha yoga pradipika with additional explanation or contextualisation. Chapter one is mainly concerned with defining Yoga. The astakarmas eight cleasning techniques are described and there are descriptions of suitable places for practice, suitable food and helpful and harmful things in attaining success in Yoga. Chapter two describes nine kumbhakas breath retention techniques , 10 mudras and the synonyms for Ida, Pingala and susumna.

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By Rishi Dharmachandra Gandhar Mandlik - Gandhar is a Electrical engineer, and currently he is the course coordinator at Yoga Vidya Gurukul, he is teaching and practicing yoga for the last 12 years. There are many texts on Hatha Yoga, where we can find many references to its glorious tradition and the lineage of Gurus who taught this wonderful and complete set of techniques for the evolution of the followers. This tradition was founded by Sage Matsyendranath and his disciple Sage Gorakhnath. Matsyendranath founded "Nath" sect and laid the spiritual guidelines for the followers. They designed wonderful techniques from Tantras but leaving the ritualistic part. They systematically put this parts together to make a very logical but safe approach to achieving higher states of consciousness and attaining the perfections.

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