It is a treatise on Yoga belonging to 17th century, which has been critically edited for the first time. It co-ordinates different conflicting views on Yoga and presents synthesis of various trends in different traditions. It contains elaborate chapters on the body and its different systems including 107 Marmas. It has a special chapter on rejuvenation treatment.
- Chapter 1 – Prinicples of Yoga
- Chapter 2 – Rejuvination Treatment
- Chapter 3 – Structure of the Body
- Chapter 4 & 5 – Yama and Niyama
- Chapter 6 – Asana
- Chapter 7 – Pranayama
- Chapter 8 – Pratyahara
- Chapter 9 – Dharana
- Chapter 10 – Dyana
- Chapter 11 – Samadhi
About the Author:
Dr. Manohar L. Gharote 21/05/1931 - 17/01/2005: MA, M. Ed, (Phy.), Ph.D. (Anthrop.) Ph.D. (Alt. Med.), D. Litt., D.Y.P., the Founder-Director of the Lonavla Yoga Institute (India) was a direct disciple of Swami Kuvalayananda. After demise of Swami Kuvalayananda, he continued to work in Kaivalyadhama in various capacities as Asstt. Director of Scientific Research, Deputy Director of Philosophico-Literary Research and Principal of G.S. College of Yoga and Cultural Synthesis for 30 years. He worked for more than forty long years in collecting materials on the Encyclopaedia of Traditional Asanas. This was originally a dream of Swami Kuvalayananda, which as a true disciple, Dr. M.L. Gharote fulfilled.