Yoga System of Patanjali 1914
Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 424 pages
The ancient Hindu doctrine of concentration of mind embracing the mnemonic rules, called Yoga Sutras, of Patanjali and the comment, called Yoga Bhashya, attributed to Veda-Vyasa, and the explanation, called Tattva-Vaicaradi, of Vachaspati-Micra, translated from the original Sanskrit. The historical importance of these texts forms a bridge between the philosophy of ancient India and the fully developed Indian Buddhism and the religious thought of today in Eastern Asia.
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