The Yoga Tradition of the Mysore Palace

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Abhinav Publications, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 124 pages
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On the Haṭha Yoga tradition based on age old practice in Mysore Palace, with illustrations of asanas from the Yoga section of Śrītattvanidhi by Kr̥ṣṇarāja Vaḍeyara, III, Maharaja of Mysore, fl. 1799-1868; includes English translation of the text.
 

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Contents

Foreword by His Highness Srikantadatta
3
Preface to the First Edition
9
Illustrations of the Asanas from the ŚRĪTATTVANIDHI
15
Introduction
35
Translation of the ŚRĪTATTVANIDHI Text
69
Appendix 1Alphabetical list of asanas from The Complete Illustrated Book of Yoga
87
Appendix IIAlphabetical list of āsanas from First Steps to Higher Yoga
90
Appendix IIIAlphabetical list of āsanas from the HAȚHAPRADĪPIKĀ GHERANDASAMHITĀ ŚIVASAMHITĀ and GORAKŞASAMHITĀ
98
Appendix VAlphabetical list of āsanas from Krishnamacariars YOGAMAKARANDA
102
Appendix VIYoga section of the MAISŪRU MAISIRI
103
Appendix VIIPhotographs from the VYĀYAMADĪPIKĀ
107
Appendix VIIIPhotographs from Krishnamacariars YOGAMAKARANDA
108
Appendix IXAlphabetical list of āsanas from the ŚRĪTATTVANIDHI
111
Bibliography
113
Index
117
Copyright

Appendix IVList of āsanas in the order taught by Pattabhi Jois at his Astānga Yoga Research Institute in Mysore
100

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