Gheranda-samhita is a manual of Yoga taught by Acharya Gheranda, a great practitioner of Yoga, to Chanda Kapali. This treatise is considered one of the three essentials of the Yoga-vedanta-marga. Gheranda-samhita deals in detail with the asanas, pranayamas, neti, dhauti and mudras of Hatha-yoga practice with the goal being to strengthen and purify the body and mind. The lectures by Prof. B. R. Sharma, Principal, Kaivalyadham, Lonavala, Pune, on Gheranda-samhita with detailed reading and explanation of the original Sanskrit text over a period of 2 weeks, were recorded at Chinmaya International Foundation during the Yogo Bhavati Duhkhaha workshop in January 2016. These talks are presented with a view to enhance learning through study of the original texts with well known experts.
For any session related doubts or questions, please write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Add a Review
You must be logged in to post a review.
03 Aug 2022 – 07 Sep 2022
Chinmaya International Foundation (CIF) announces an online camp on Tattvabodha by Swami Advayananda. Many are keen to delve into a study of the Bhagavad Gita,
05 Aug 2022 – 07 Aug 2022
Veda means knowledge. It also means existence and it helps one attain the desired objects. Vedic Samhitas are fourfold – Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samaveda and Ath
05 Jun 2022 – 30 Nov -0001
You are invited to taste the original Sanskrit Sahitya from the times of Bhasa (4th BCE) till Jagannatha Pandita (16th CE), spanning some 2000 years. Facilit
The text for the webinar is Atmabodha, a Prakarana Grantha (introductory text) authored by Sri Adi Sankaracharya. The unique aspect of this text of sixt
Mahakavi Kalidasa is one of the greatest poets and dramatists in the world. He composed seven masterpieces in Sanskrit. These include three dramas, two epic poe
Hastamalaka Stotram is a contemplative text, born of direct experience and is therefore profound in content and is truly a text for deep reflection and m