Yoga: Meaning Values And Practice
This book is the result of years of practice, study and teaching of yoga by author. It presents yoga as a science and explains its fundanebtals in a scientific perspective. All the major yogas have been discussed in termas of their meaning, signisicance and values with emphasis on Hatha, Raja, Karma and Jnana yogas.
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