"The world is waiting for the grand idea of universal toleration. It will be a great acquisition to civilization. Nay, no civilization can long exist unless this idea enters into it. Nо civilization can grow unless fanaticism, bloodshed and brutality stop. Nо civilization can begin to lift up its head until we look charitably upon one another, and the first step towards that much-needed charity is to look charitably and kindly upon the religious convictions of others. May more, to understand that not only should we be charitable, but positively helpful, to each other, however different our religious ideas and convictions may be". - Vedantic Thought for the Month
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LIBRARYCream of Yoga | Index  

 

     

                INDEX

 

 

     1. Photo of Monotosh Roy

     2. Foreword

     3. Focus

     4. Cures and Remedies

     5. Principal Rules

     6. Different Poses of Asanas

     7. Anatomical Illustrations

     8. A few words from Dr. Sujit Guha

 



Jyoti or light. Tempera painting in gold. Deccani school. c. 18th century.
Jyoti or light. Tempera painting in gold. Deccani school. c. 18th century.

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