A History of Yoga

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Routledge & Kegan Paul, Jan 1, 1982 - Yoga - 153 pages
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Based on my reading of the description about Sri Ramakrishna, I felt sad that the author writes in careless terms and conveys a gloomy picture of even the most glorious! It's a shame that negatives ideas can hide and propagate under the garb of our beloved freedom of thought and speech. It is better if you don't read it as your first text about some great people, or you risk losing or delaying a chance for great inspiration! 

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