Yoga–Vasistha of Valmiki (4 Volumes) [Free E–pub]

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Mistaken Samadhi for hypnotism hence to avoid confusion Samadhi has been rendered as "Samadhi for lack on any synonym thereof Since this and other Yogic terms "for lack on any synonym thereof Since this and other Yogic terms peculiar to Sanskrit and they on't have their exact euivalences in other languages of the world The old English usage sometimes takes its course I the translation in land so the present editor has replaced all such usages by the modest terms available in English languages Some stanzas were also not translated there according to Sanskrit text terms available in English languages Some stanzas were also not translated there according to Sanskrit text Nirvana Sagar edition So for the benefit of the readers those have been translated by editorThe most conspicuous feature of the. ,


Yoga-Vasistha of Valmiki (4 Volumes)Language Sanskrit Text and English TranslationPages 2402About the bookthe yoga or contemplative philosophy of the hindus yoga or contemplative philosophy of the Hindus rich exuberant grand and sublime in as much as it comprehends within its ample sphere and eep recesses of mediation all that is of the greatest value best interest and highest importance to mankind *As Physical Moral Intellectual And Spiritual Beings *physical moral intellectual and spiritual beings knowledge of the cosmos of the physical and intellectual worldsThe principal Gods Brahma and Siva are represented as Yogis the chief sages Vyasa Valmiki Vasistha and Yajnavalkya were propounders of system; the saints and all were adepts in yoga Yogavas.

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Istha is the greatest work of the Yoga philosophy by Valmiki known by several names This work has six chapter known as prakaranas as 1 Vairagava prakarana 2 Mumuksu vyahara prakarana 3 Utpatti prakarana 4 Sthiti prakarana 5 Upasama prakarana 6 Nirvana prakaranaThe present Edition of the translator Vihari Lal Mitra comes from a Bengali Background His Dicta Is Sometimes his icta is sometimes impressed with Bengali accent This is why he has written sattva as sottva arghya as orghya asattva as asuttva etc at all such places a correct rendering of spellings has been made by the present editor without having leaned to Bengali accent The translator has.