Blog Post On topics related to Yoga

Integral Yoga

Integral Yoga integrates everything: body, mind, spirit. It is the combination of six parts of yoga: Hatha, Raja, Bhakti, Karma, Jnana, and Japa Yoga. This theory states that an individual requires these six parts of yoga for all-round development. The Goal of...

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Siddha Yoga

The meaning of Siddha is the person who is enlightened. The name itself shows that the main purpose of this yoga is to help for salvation. Siddha yoga is a different yoga than other because it needs to be initiated by the saktipat, power transformation from an...

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Raja Yoga

Raja is a Sanskrit word and its literal meaning is the king so Raja yoga means the king of yoga or the best of all types of yoga. The main aim of yoga is to get salvation or to reunite with the higher source of this universe. Raja yoga is the best way to be...

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Sivananda Yoga

Sivananda Yoga was founded by Swami Vishnudevananda. His guru was Swami Sivananda (1887-1963). Swami Sivananda taught a synthesis of all the formal doctrines of Yoga. He was born in 1887 in Pattamadai, Tamil Nadu, South India. His childhood name was Kuppuswami. He was...

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karma Yoga

There are many paths to get enlightened in Hindu philosophy. We can find mainly four types of yoga in Hindu scriptures; Hatha Yoga, Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, and Gyana Yoga. Among them, Karma Yoga is the action-oriented way of yoga. In this yoga, we try to get perfection...

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Yoga in Himalayan Region

Himalayan Region was the Origin of Yoga Yoga is believed to be invented by the Hindu god Shiva whose inhabitant supposed to be in the Himalayan region in a mountain named Kailash Parvat. God Shiva had developed 84 lakhs (8 million 4 thousand) poses of yoga and he...

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Post On Topics related to Yoga Therapy

Yoga For Pyorrhea Alveolaris

Yoga For Pyorrhea Alveolaris In this article, we are going to explain about Yoga for Pyorrhea Alveolaris. Pyorrhea Alveolaris is a chronic form of periodontitis. Periodontitis is an inflammation of the tissues of the teeth. It occurs because of growth of the germ on...

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Yogic Therapy for Liver Disease

In this post, we are providing yogic therapy for liver disease. The largest organ in the body is called liver. It is located below the diaphragm on the right side of the abdomen. It is also a gland as it secretes bile, a type of liquid which goes to small intestines...

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Yogic Therapy For Dysentery

This article focus on  Yogic Therapy For Dysentery. Dysentery is an intestinal inflammation which disturbs colon. It can cause mild stomach pain and cramp to severe diarrhea with blood mucus with feces. According to World Health Organization, dysentery is of two...

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Post On Sat karma


neti There are two types of  major neti which are Jala Neti (nasal cleansing with water) Sutra Neti (nasal cleansing with thread) Jala Neti The process of cleansing and purifying the nasal passage with the mild salted water using the pot (having a long spout on one...

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Nauli kriya

Nauli: The practice of rotation of abdominal muscles in clockwise or anti-clockwise direction is nauli kriya. There are four forms of Nauli, they are; 1) Vama- left  2) Dakshin-right 3) Madhya- middle 4) Moving in all direction clockwise and anti-clockwise.  Nauli...

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Kapalabhati – Though many include Kapalabhati as a type pranayama, in the Hatha Yoga texts, it is classified under theShatkarmas. It is a powerful cleaning process where the air is forcefully expelled from the lungs, removing any stagnant carbon dioxide accumulated in...

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miscellaneous Blog Post


Generally the word ‘mudra’ denotes the gesture or attitude. Moreover, this word also has been used as financial term. In financial arena, it refers to currency. However, this implication as a currency totally comes under Nepali and Hindu script. In yogic understanding, the Sanskrit word ‘Mudra’ basically refers to “gesture”, “attitude”, “sign”, “mark” and “seal” which is performed implying the hands and fingers as well as whole body.

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Pranayama is generally confined as a breathing exercise. As a matter of fact, it has profound meaning than the confinement as a breathing activity. The term ‘Pranayama’ has been formulated by the addition of two word ‘Prana’ and ‘Ayama’. The word ‘Prana’ means vital energy or life force. Ayama means the expansion or extension. In this regard, the expansion of vital energy through breathing is called pranayama.

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Ayurveda Introduction

Ayurveda is a traditional system of healing and health practiced widely in Nepal and Indian subcontinent. Literally, it is a Sanskrit term consisting of two words: ‘Ayu’ meaning ‘life’ and ‘Veda’ meaning ‘knowledge or science’.

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