The Splendours and Dimensions of Yoga, Volume 2
The Book Entitled, The Splendours And Dimensions Of Yoga Brilliantly Covers Up Eight Limbs Of Yoga. Besides, There Are Very Remarkable Chapters Covering The Entire Gamut Of Science Of Yoga Mostly Dealing With Upanishads And Gita, Also Total Sanskrit Texts To Yoga Sutra Of Sage Patanjali To Prove It A Master-Piece. And There Is A Good Background Of Few Well-Known Yogins And Most Imminent Yoga Scholars, Saints And Tantriks Related To The Art Of Yoga As Well As A Lot Of Original Effort To Depict The Whole Panorama Of It. It Deals With Indian Philosophy, Where Needed, And Also With The Abolition Of All Desires. It Has A Very Remarkable Commentary On Emptiness Of Buddhism, Keeping In Mind All The Trends And Views As Highlighted By H.H. Dalai Lama. This Book Is Rich In New Vision, Freshness And Spiritualism, So Please Try To Own A Copy Of It For Yourself And Get Good Inspiration, Full Joy, Good Health And A Wonderful Experience Of Spiritualism.
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