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Language: Transliteration with English Translation
Pages: 493 (34 B/W Illustrations)
About The Book
Jyotsna –a Sanskrit Commentary on Hathapradipika written by Yogi Sri Brahmananda- is a practical book on yoga practices as it not only provides the details of the practical procedures but also clarifies the practical instructions of Svatmarama given in Hathapradipika. This commentary provides the experiences of earlier yogis, as well as, the alternative procedures for practice which are more useful and safe as they are simple and not having any adverse effect on health. This edition of Jyotsna commentary is based on 11 manuscripts and 2 published texts.
About The Author
Yogi Sri Brahmananda had a vision during his meditation that Lord Datta is present at a place Audumbara which is located on the bank of river Krsna near Sangali (Maharashtra) wherein Goddess Bhuvanesvari and Lord Narahari (Datta) reside. In search of this place in 1740 he could reach the place wherein he lived in a hut and wrote this commentary. After 24 years of austerities, yoga studies and spiritual discourses, he went in to samadhi in the evening of the last day of the dark half of the month of Kartika in 1764.
Brahmananda’s Jyotsna commentary on Hathapradipika is well known Sanskrit treatise. This commentary has really helped the Yoga Researchers in understanding the deep rooted content of Hathapradipika. Therefore, this commentary has attracted the attention of Yoga Researchers the world over. Our esteemed readers are very well aware that a Critical Edition of Jyotsna Commentary on Hathapradipika (Hindi version) – on the basis of eleven (11) Manuscripts and two (2) Published Texts along with its exhaustive introduction, translation and appendices-was published an
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